NewsBiscuit

The news written by you…

Posts Tagged ‘Ashes’

Australian cricket facing match fixing probe

The Australian cricket team has denied allegations of match fixing after beating England by just 281 runs at the SCG.

President Alan Isaac said the ICC take such allegations very seriously and will be looking into why it took Australia nearly three days to beat the current England side.

Read more >

Posted: Jan 7th, 2014
More from News In Brief



Man upsets wife deliberately to sleep on sofa and watch Ashes

Derek Brown of Halifax has spent the last two weeks being deliberately obtuse and difficult to his wife of 15 years in the hope that she will make him sleep on the sofa downstairs – allowing him to watch England play Australia in the Ashes.

Read more >

Posted: Nov 22nd, 2013
More from News In Brief



England cricketers apologise for pissing all over the Aussies

The English cricket team has today issued an apology for the manner of their comprehensive 3-0 Ashes victory over the Australians.

Read more >

Posted: Aug 28th, 2013
More from News In Brief



“You’re Now Better Than Us” says Ricky Ponting as he starts Ashes mind games

In a clear attempt to unsettle the English players, Ponting has cunningly departed from the traditional claims that Australia will win the series 5-0, and is instead predicting a thrashing for the home team.

Read more >

Posted: Nov 2nd, 2010
More from News In Brief



Women still buying the existence of ‘cricket’

men all over the world 'in on it'As the Ashes series gets underway in Cardiff, men from the world’s cricket-playing nations are congratulating themselves on another summer in which women seem prepared to continue believing that cricket is a genuine sport. Despite the rules being understood by no one and matches taking ages to complete, having breaks for meals and being halted should the sun go in, women appear happy to let their men-folk disappear for days on end to participate in or watch absolutely nothing happening at all.

Read more >

Posted: Jul 8th, 2009
More from Sport