This, that and the other. Mostly the other
Cricketers, eh? They live wild, unpredictable lives. This week we learn of a cricketer who has eaten something other than chicken, get in-depth reviews of the major cities of Australia from a West Indian fast bowler and discover which soft drink is difficult to come by in New Zealand. Brace yourselves. It's going to be a wild ride.
The major development
A big day for Lancashire's Simon Kerrigan.
That is definitely worth remarking upon and the information was so efficiently conveyed as well.
What does Kemar Roach live for?
"Live To Make My Enemies Weak! #Realist"
It's good to have a hobby.
The border dispute
Luke Wright had to concede defeat in the battle for a key strategic location.
Ishant Sharma's got to catch a flight.
That's an awful long way to go for orthotics. Could they not post them?
Graham Onions is trapped.
Realistically, starving and dying is the only option.
Ross Taylor's a Pune Warriors man, through and through.
"Will change my profile later :). #PuneWarriors"
Except for his Twitter profile - that still says Delhi Daredevils. He should probably just leave it blank. It'll save changing it again next year.
Alex Hales has been struggling with an unusual request.
Be patient. Blackcurrant cordial is scheduled for release in New Zealand in 2030.
Life with Kemar Roach
Thinking of visiting Australia? Go to Kemar Roach for in-depth tourist information.
Can't wait to hear about Adelaide.
The film review
Chris Tremlett watched Taken 2.
"Taken 2.. pretty average.."
What's your philosophy?
If a fish can climb a tree, I think it's okay to be at least a little impressed.
Jesse Ryder's been meeting up with old friends.
Literally? Have you bought a franchise? That would be the logical next step for a bunch of cricketers looking to invest. Although be warned - stories are starting to come in hinting that some of your fellow players are starting to experiment with dairy products.
If you have splashed out, you might want to think about stocking blackcurrant cordial for your more demanding diners, while a delivery service would prevent housebound players from having to endure the sound of an Aussie saying: "In 200 metres, turn left."
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
Tell us what you think. Send us your feedback
© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.
|Comments have now been closed for this article