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Discussion in 'Horse Racing' started by Cyclonic, May 29, 2017.
Lovely jubbly. A new name on the board Sunday evening
Well, that went very well then, didn't it... Nearly 20 overs to spare with just the 2 wickets down...
I know some sides bring out the quote, the best side won on the day to cover up a bit of this n that going against themselves, but that was a demolition job in the end...
Nice to see Lyon get mauled (thanks for that Tuffers). Not very classy comments pre last Ashes series down under and I’ve always thought he was one of Fat Rod’s pie chuckers.
Right...where is our resident convict then...............???
Say nothing until we’ve turned their cousins over on Sunday.
In hiding mate, talk about an embarrassing effort. A brilliant job by the England team though.
It's been a bad couple of days for me. First the Queensland State of Origin teams loses the deciding game of the series, then Australia loses last night.
You know it's not your day when you get megged right between your legs to be run out...!! What a throw son, what a throw...
Going into today's bout, Enho, with a record of 4-1, has to spot Yago about 175 pounds. He ends up in a terrible looking head lock.
Day 6. Hakuho is the man. He's the last bout of the day. The man never ceases to amaze.
Enho at 5 and 1 looking to stay close.
Enho, day 8.
To ensure a home win I think I'm going to have to take a bit of the 11/4 on offer for a kiwi victory. This strategy proved highly successful on the last day of the 2005 Ashes.
Here is one of the truly great runs in the last 25 years. The wonderful Sifan Hassan in the Monaco Women's Mile.
Monaco Men's 100m
The Monaco meeting.
Day 8. The great man is something else.
You'd struggle to say Mike Gatting has aged well ............................
Some reasonable sporting theatre in London this afternoon. Come on Joffra.