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Stephen Vagg

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A Queenslander never forgets a selection slight.

Member Since:
 
February 2014
Based In:
 
Melbourne
Favourite Sports:
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Ten Trevor Chappell performances we should remember (that weren’t the underarm)

Ten Trevor Chappell performances we should remember (that weren’t the underarm)

3 days ago

When ‘Sandpapergate’ broke, The Daily Telegraph devoted a front page to former Australian cricketer Trevor Chappell, lamenting the fact that bowling underarm to the Kiwis in a one-dayer in 1981 overshadowed everything he ever did in life.

Usman Khawaja has had his chances, now it’s time for him to go

Usman Khawaja has had his chances, now it's time for him to go

11 Apr 2018

I love Usman Khawaja as a player. Love his stroke-play and shot selection.

Silver lining for Sandpaper-gate: Our ODI team may improve

Silver lining for Sandpaper-gate: Our ODI team may improve

4 Apr 2018

There’s a possible silver lining for Steve Smith and David Warner being out of international cricket for 12 months, and Darren Lehmann resigning as coach – it might help our one-day team.

Why this year’s Sheffield Shield was such a cracker

Why this year’s Sheffield Shield was such a cracker

30 Mar 2018

The 2017-18 Sheffield Shield final was, due to events in South Africa, ignored even more than usual, but that shouldn’t obscure the fact that the comp this year was an absolute cracker.

The two terrible lessons to come out of this ball-tampering scandal

The two terrible lessons to come out of this ball-tampering scandal

29 Mar 2018

In the midst of this issue which has dominated Australian sport over the past few days, two lessons have emerged.

Ten things I love about Cameron White’s selection

Ten things I love about Cameron White’s selection

12 Jan 2018

This has been a rough summer for me, selection-wise. England picked a terrible side, choosing pretty strokemakers and good blokes over people with better records.