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Winning caption:
One small leap for mankind, one giant leap for an Indian batsman in Australia. (Peter Finch, Spain)

Honourable mentions:

Peter Siddle suddenly regrets his suggestion that they decide the Test series with a game of Roshambo. (Cameron Whitney, Australia)

Nobody warned Virat Kohli of the effect bouncy Australian pitches would have on his running between the wickets. (Abhishek Mishra, UK)

Typical gully cricket rules down under: If you lose the game, punch the opposition and go home with your bat. (Kirti, Singapore)

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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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