The tired old story that doesn't amount to anything
All it takes is a single tweet from Shane Warne.

Is he hinting at something? Could he? Could he really? The questions were asked. The articles were written. But perhaps people are a bit too eager to latch onto the Shane Warne comeback story.

Ooh, nice bit of pedantry there, Shane. You're so devilishly cunning, outwitting a media that has precisely zero interest in any information which might undermine an easy headline.

The fortune teller
Nottinghamshire's Riki Wessels made a prediction.

Well, actually, he chipped it to cover on 32, so the joke's on you.

The masochist
Mitchell Marsh has an unusual request.

Always nice to have a memento.

The bet
Graeme Swann seemed to enjoy the races.

Bresnan was less impressed.

The punchline
Murali Kartik's got a joke for us.

Bit optimistic with the "lol" there.

The non-swimmers
Chris Gayle.

Mitchell Marsh.

And Trent Copeland.

The collapse
Damien Fleming predicted it.

Chris Gayle's modesty corner
Move aside, Tino Best.

What's your philosophy?
Nikita Miller unexpectedly elbows Shaun Pollock aside to tell us…

Chris Gayle probably doesn't agree.

The film review
Has Michael Bevan got any insights after seeing Skyfall?

Not really.

The other film review
Alex Hales watched Twilight.

Should it have been longer maybe?

Nando's Watch
Hales therefore sought comfort in familiar surroundings. It was only last week that he was claiming he hadn't been in months. A likely story.

Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket