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Andy Flower may be trying to talk up the importance of the Sydney Test, but try telling the Cricket Philatelic Society that the Ashes series isn’t already over. No more than 24 hours after England retained the urn on Australian soil for the first time in 24 years, the society has already designed a stamp to tribute the historic win at the MCG. The stamp has been approved by England’s Royal Mail, and will be available in post offices in the UK by the first week of January. The stamp that features both the Union Jack and the English flag, and has a message of congratulations to England is about as subtle a celebration of England’s success as Graeme Swann’s sprinkler dance.
Dustin Silgardo is a former sub-editor at ESPNcricinfoFeeds: Dustin Silgardo
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