Alec Swann is a former Northants and Lancashire opener turned cricket writer. Newcastle United and golf generally occupy his other sporting interests but there's a bit of rugby league thrown in with the Warrington Wolves and a soft spot for the Newcastle Knights.
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Not so long ago, while perusing the website of the bookmaker with which I hold an account, my interest was piqued by the price being offered on Australia to triumph in Sri Lanka.
England beat Pakistan by 330 runs at Old Trafford earlier this week.
Judging by the Marylebone Cricket Club’s world cricket committee’s latest recommendations you could be forgiven if you thought all of the game’s ills were found in the size of the bats being used nowadays.
I’m not sure what to make of Nick Kyrgios.
Fellow Roar writer Ryan O’Connell tweeted the other day ‘England back to underperforming in sport. The world is right again’.
Dustin Johnson had existed around the periphery of golfing royalty for a while now without ever really gaining access to the inner circle.