Bill Peters Roar Rookie

Bill Peters

Roar Rookie
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About

Husband. Father of 3. Cricket tragic. Heavy metal thunder. Sci-Fi nerd. Good old Collingwood forever. It’s beer/scotch o’clock. Live long and prosper.

Member Since:
 
March 2018
Based In:
 
Albion Park
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Was anything except defeat expected in England?

Was anything except defeat expected in England?

21 Jun 2018

Tell me honestly. When you first looked at this Australian squad as selected for the five ODI match series against England in the Old Dart, did you really expect any other result apart from utter annihilation?

Kevin O'Brien keeps Irish eyes smiling

17 May 2018

Test cricket more than held its own in a fascinating match between Ireland and Pakistan this week at Malahide, as burly Irishman Kevin O’Brien once again showed he is the man for the big occasion.

Ireland’s first Test a cause for celebration

Ireland's first Test a cause for celebration

11 May 2018

Friday signals a terrific day for cricket with Ireland starting their first ever Test match, creating a joyous and feel good cricketing story that the game desperately needs at the moment.

BCCI bullies again show their disregard for the rest of the cricket world

BCCI bullies again show their disregard for the rest of the cricket world

10 May 2018

India’s dominance over world cricket outside the playing field has been reinforced in the past week on a number of occasions.

Five talking points from ODI and T20 selections

Five talking points from ODI and T20 selections

9 May 2018

Yesterday’s announcement of the ODI and T20 teams to tour England and Zimbabwe raised some interesting talking points, with continuity in the aftermath of the ball-tampering scandal at the forefront of discussions.

The curious case of Fawad Ahmed

The curious case of Fawad Ahmed

4 May 2018

When Fawad Ahmed first came to national prominence six years ago, he was widely seen as the answer to Australia’s spin bowling prayers.