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Ravi Bopara didn't get much cricket during the World Twenty20. Still, at least he was in one of the most beautiful, idyllic places on earth.
And after England were knocked out, did he experience a moment of clarity that caused him to reappraise things, perhaps leading him to feel a little differently?
Of course he did.
It's amazing just how much things can change in a short space of time.
Marcus North had a bad day at the office.
The most striking thing about this incident is that the child likes pears. What child likes pears?
The rock star lifestyle
Steve Smith's a young man about town.
Rumours that Smith was pleased to have been omitted from Australia's squad because the World Twenty20 clashed with a local domino competition are probably unfounded. But might not be.
The direct route
After being knocked out of the World Twenty20, Ross Taylor can console himself with the fact that he'll soon be home.
Dubai isn't remotely in the right direction. When does the Champions League start? Maybe he should just sit tight for a few days and then get a different flight.
The shared bed
Graeme Swann and the rest of the England team were also waiting for a flight.
Finn was perplexed by this.
Swann didn't answer. Make of that what you will.
Bishan Bedi refuses to analyse.
Which combinations and why?
Tino Best's modesty corner
"Ye twitter my training video is on youtube..see how Tino"the Animal"Best work out so go youtube and put in Tino Best Gym Session...Thanks"
It's a good video. At one point, the footage of our Tino pumping iron freezes and the phrase "This is cake!" appears on screen.
It was quiet on the Nando's front last week. Essex's Tymal Mills explains why that might have been.
Nonsense. Cricket is a year-round job these days. Ask Ryan Sidebottom.
And Surrey's Jason Roy.
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
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