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'Impossible to have a pee on the train without falling'

Laws of motion get tested this fortnight on our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden
Tim Bresnan roars after trapping Shane Watson in front, England v Australia, 2nd Investec Ashes Test, Lord's, 2nd day, July 19, 2013

Tim Bresnan: was fluid on Twitter this fortnight  •  Getty Images

It's the Ashes. English and Australian cricketers are thinking of nothing else.
The Aussies
David Hussey's got important things on his mind.
As has Mitch Marsh.
While Shane Warne is having his say on all the major talking points.
The Poms
Several of the England players have been preparing at the cinema, where they appear to have had a harrowing experience.
It seems that their infamous catering demands are leaving them a little bit precious about what they eat.
There was unanimity about the film, though.
Meanwhile, other squad members have been making their own entertainment.
Or resorting to more conventional forms of relaxation.
The issue
Kent's Ben Harmison has a serious point he wishes to raise.
The social-media monster
Andrew Flintoff's been experimenting with Facebook. What was the motivation and how has it gone?
Kemar Roach's modesty corner
It's catching.
Life with Kemar Roach
Struggling with your level of income? Kemar Roach has sage words for you.
Amend your shopping list accordingly.
What's your philosophy?
Tasmania's Ben Laughlin isn't averse to a bit of management speak.
Nando's Watch
Sussex's Chris Nash and Leicestershire's Josh Cobb are making the most of their stay in Bangladesh while playing for Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club.
Jet-lag Watch - part five
Somewhere in the world, there is always a cricketer complaining about jet lag or saying something along those lines.
The goodbye

Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket