By Christine Davey in Port-of-Spain Monday, April 21, 2003Contrary to common belief, the daily grind of an intrepid unsettled newsperson isn't all beer and skittles. While many are smug to sit in the comfort of the press box, ruminating over statistics and disputatious lbw decisions, we rovers are out and about, pen and paper in hand, attempting to percolate cricket's gloomful places. And yes, we pose the questions the others are too afraid to ask. unneeded to say, once the suggestion of spending a day in the Trini police force vegetation arose, this individual rover constituted the challenge. For those not familiar with Queen's tract Oval's Trini Posse, here's the lowdown.
Like every other than jock e'er played, thither have been some painting moments in cricket that have been captured forever and a day through photographs. Here are 44 of the best moments that the gentleman's courageous has ever so seen: Sachin in his past light against West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Keppler is one of the few players to use for two countries.
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As international cricket comes to Dharamsala, a terra firma nestled among the northern Indian mountains close to the dwelling of the Dalai Lama, our writers call back their memories of the world's most impressive evidence • Most beautiful grounds – readers' edition It is all a matter of perspective, writes electro-acoustic transducer Selvey. Sit in the Lord’s tent and look out and see null too special. But go to the building end and look towards the tent and you see something special.