Dane was named best and fairest in the 2004 Bathurst mixed indoor cricket competition. With nothing in the game left to achieve, he immediately retired at his peak to a reclusive life ensconced in the velvet of organised contests. Catch the man here: @eld2_0
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Sometimes cricket can be a disappointment, so when it starts acting the miscreant with its five-day borefests and shifting handshake customs, I suggest we all just lie back and think of the charming disorganisation that is Pakistan cricket.
According to The Roar‘s dubious insider info, excessive cosmetic adjustments made to Australian Cricket Conditions have now rendered it so unrecognisable that concerned friends and family have begun planning an intervention.
In a shonky Roar exclusive, we can reveal the Black Caps will desperately attempt to rescue their shot at trans-Tasman glory with a radical overhaul of their gentlemanly image after being whaled at the Gabba.
In the 35-degree heat of a dusty outfield stands a downcast figure, lathered in perspired schooners and secretly urging for the close of play on another deplorably wasted day. He’s contemplating what the hell he’s done with his life. He is The Grade Cricketer.
With the Wallabies to be crowned world champions on Sunday morning, I urge City Hall to ignore any logistical barriers and cost factors and arrange a grand-scale ticker tape parade for their return, just like the ones from the good old days.
With his retirement after four studious years of screening phone calls from News Corp, the last 24 hours have seen the tributes for outgoing CEO David Smith flowing deservedly from rugby league – and when I say rugby league, I mean some of rugby league. Definitely not all of it.