In the last two years West Indies cricket has gone backwards… In the Test...
Scratch-and-sniff stickers should be awarded to Bangladesh for the ultra-smooth 2011 World Cup Opening Ceremony. High tech and entertaining, yet respectful of sub-continent traditions, the opening ceremony was straight out of the screws. For Match 1 we are back at Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, with host nations Bangladesh and India competing in the opening fixture. [...]
Googlie Cricket blog, the home of World Cup news, information, scores and innuendo! Forget the Indian Premier League, forget the Ashes, forget match-fixing and the side-effects of steroid injected chickens; it’s all about 50 (overs; not the rapper). For five years the dreary format has suffered a personality disorder similar to that of an ugly [...]
Congratulations to the Australian Team, who somehow remembered to show up for ‘cricket’s night of nights’, the Allan Border Medal. If only they had shown up for their ‘day of days’, the first morning of the Ashes Boxing Day Test, there may have been a reason to celebrate. I watched a total of 7 minutes [...]
Mitchell Johnson is a hack. If I was a betting man (I am a betting man) I would have had my house, children’s university fund, three legged dog and a Michael Jordan retirement card on England winning Game 6 of the never ending ODI series. Like a scene from Clockwork Orange, half lucid, with eyes [...]
Australian selectors choose players based on marketability. Hello and welcome to Googlie.com.au, thanks for coming to the site and sharing your views and opinions on the marvelous sport we all love, cricket. I had initially hoped to have this Blog live prior to the Brisbane Test match, but work commitments, travel and a distinct lack [...]