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The Test in Tweets – Second Test – Port Elizabeth

This rather patchy selection of tweets came together somehow after my iPad was used for something other than its intended purpose by persons unknown. The action was all on Day 3, I think , so that’s why there are more tweets that day than the others. ¬†Maybe. Day 1 @SimplySean_: Mitchell Johnson has completed his first bowling spell and AB ...

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Test in Tweets – SAvAUS – First Test – Centurion

The Prof and I pulled this list of tweets together overnight. Nothing exceptional. Understandably South Africans are more thunderstruck than humour laden after being hammered from the first ball on Day 1 to the last ball after tea on Day 4. Smithy cannot even remember playing, but he couldn’t remember anything worth recalling before play began. Who is Mitch Johnson ...

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Feb 5 – Kevin Pietersen – Best of Twitter Ashes

The Prof and I, the 17th Man, contemplated the madness of cricket yesterday over a few Castle beers at the local Potchefstroom pub we’ve adopted as our base camp. We gathered from the 17th Man’s twitter timeline, the best references we could find to KP during the 10 Ashes Tests that started at Trent Bridge in July 2013 and ended ...

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Best of Twitter – 2nd ODI – 17th Jan

The first tweet said it all at the break. England lose ODI’s in Australia when they score 300+. Eion Morgan’s MARVELLOUS CENTURY was headed for the Man of the Match. Surely England could not stuff it from here my English mate said to me as we met a few friends on his boat for a cruise around the harbour, and ...

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Best of Twitter – Day 3 – Fifth Test

The team is celebrating in the sheds. I have found a quiet corner in Plopper’s locker to get the third day’s test in tweets curated. Sure, there were some funny tweets about how we batted away until we were all out in the face of Borthwick’s dollies. ¬†Plopper says he can spin the ball and serve England well, even in ...

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