This, that and the other. Mostly the other
Players/Officials: Hashim Amla | Will Beer | Tino Best | Kraigg Brathwaite | Stuart Broad | Jade Dernbach | Harbhajan Singh | Murali Kartik | Simon Kerrigan | Zaheer Khan | Mitchell Marsh | Graham Onions | Kemar Roach | Virender Sehwag | Ajmal Shahzad | Sreesanth | Graeme Swann | Riki Wessels | Umesh Yadav
If you want to read about hairdressers, cutlery and Taylor Swift, read on. If you prefer one-word exclamations, skip to the Kemar Roach section further down.
Mitch Marsh played scissors-paper-stone for a parking space.
The hard rock
Speaking of rock, you imagine that fast bowlers have pretty heavy taste in music. However, Mitch has revealed the truth about Pat Cummins.
Meanwhile, in New Zealand, Stuart Broad is taking it up a notch.
The happy cricketer
Sussex's Will Beer is happy with his lot in life.
Beer and cricket. Always a good combination.
The unhappy cricketer
The Bangladesh Premier League presents a great earning opportunity for lower-profile cricketers like Nottinghamshire's Riki Wessels. Bet they're delighted.
Actually, it's only been about three weeks. There's plenty more to look forward to.
The free spirit
Graham Onions isn't constrained by societal norms.
The bad trip
Graeme Swann should watch his step.
The conditional tense
Kraigg Brathwaite has a high opinion of you.
""Believe you would be successful""
If it weren't for what?
You probably assumed that Jade Dernbach cut his own hair.
Apparently not. At least now we now know whom to blame.
Virender Sehwag's opened the Sehwag International School.
How do his team-mates feel about this?
It's moving to see such a genuine outpouring of emotion.
Tino Best's modesty corner
"No weapon that is formed against me shall prosper"
Who's been forming weapons against Tino? Come on, own up. Nobody leaves this room until we find the weapon-former.
Life with Kemar Roach
What's Tino's fellow West Indian fast bowler been up to?
"Perth! #Tired #Jetlagged"
What's your philosophy?
Hashim Amla knows his metals.
Noted. What about if you call it silver four billion times?
When a cricketer switches clubs, no one thinks about the hardships they have to endure. Lancashire's Simon Kerrigan is worried about Ajmal Shahzad since he moved to Nottinghamshire.
In reply, Shahzad suggested he might switch allegiance to Subway. We will monitor this as part of our vital role of keeping you up to speed with county cricketers' eating habits.
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
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