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Winning caption:
Ponting's tip of the day: You can't let captaincy get to your head. (Tushar Sharma, New Zealand)

Honourable mentions:

"Okay, so you eyes are open... then why do you keep missing the ball!" (Ishan Welde, Singapore)

"Here, Pup. Katich wants to talk to you." (Kijol, India)

Ricky wants to find out for himself why Pup is called the Australia's blue-eyed boy." (Babjoull, India)


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