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Winning caption: To help him understand their youth-centred policies, Cricket Australia got some 10-year-olds to beat up Ricky Ponting. (Ross Done, South Africa)


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Cover image of <i>When Freddie Became Jesus</i>

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The winner of this contest gets a copy of When Freddie Became Jesus by Jarrod Kimber - an account of the 2009 Ashes; though not the kind of Ashes book that bacon-and-egg tie-wearing MCC members quote.

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