My goals for 2018 seemed to be extremely intangible and philosophical. This year I need it to be more tangible. The main reason for this is that I know that … Continue Reading 2019
I have finished NaNoWriMo 2018. I am thrilled and excited on one side and on the other I am exhausted and my fingers are hurting. The pain is worth it. … Continue Reading NaNoWriMo 2018: I have finished!!!!
It has been some time since I updated my index and quite a few things have happened since then. We have had some really good games. Of the major teams, … Continue Reading Cricket Portfolio Index: Mid Season Update.
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This Test may come down to which side plays spin better and bowls spin better.
Exploring Don Bradman’s performance through The Cricket Portfolio Index.
I have decided to focus on a few topics rather than being a generalist. A macro view on micro topics.
A big mountain has been made out of the Jamie Oliver’s Jerk Rice. These are my thoughts on it.
England vs India Review.
India needs to win this test not only to keep the series alive but to raise the hopes of an entire nation. Will they be up for the task.
Debnath Roychowdhury, Chaz, Freddie Wilde, Ben Jones and Tim Wigmore with a special mention to Marc Lamberts had the best articles of last week. I hope you enjoy reading them
In this summer of endless controversies; this is just one more to go into ECB’S Pandora’s box.
The Bollywood Song “All Izz Well” seems to be apt for both teams.
England start below India with the changes to the teams. Will they be able to catch up?
I found quite a few sports articles but I am still looking for more.
There seems to be a music theme running around in the minds of people writing about cricket. Whether it is the guys at Being Outside Cricket, George Dobell’s take on Imagine or Vithushan Ehantharajah tweeting about creating a playlist for Ollie Pope from the 90’s as it was before he was born I still remember most of the 90’s. I did not want to be left behind.