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Winning caption:
None of the growing queue of left-arm spin bowlers in the nets fell for KP's elaborate disguise. (Pete Goddard, New Zealand)

Honourable mentions:

Never make a bet with the wife on who plays left-arm spin better! (Kartik Desikan, India)

No one had any idea of what was in store when KP announced that he is going to bring in "shades" of the Zulu culture on to the cricket field. (Prashant, USA)

How many Englishmen does it take to tell KP he is not the captain? (Sujay, India)

On a technology spree, after using the helmet cam, KP shows off his new shades which make a left-arm spinner appear as KP himself. (Krishna, USA)

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Cover of <i>WG Grace Ate My Pedalo</i>

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The winner of this contest gets a copy of Alan Tyers and Beach's WG Grace Ate My Pedalo, which brings WG and Freddie Flintoff together at last! A spoof 1896 periodical from the Wisden Cricketer archives, Pedalo looks at cricketing events of 2010 through a Victorian lens

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