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  1. "Comes up peanuts every time". That Charley Brown should behave himself.....
  2. Spot on. Mind you, I suppose there could be a couple of declarations to set up a last day run chase. Unikely, but certainly not impossible. (Warks are just about mathematically safe so guess there's no real motivation for them).
  3. So, does that mean that Somerset can stream their games free all year (as they are now for the Yorkshire game) and then have to stop if Sky choose to take the fixture? Makes no sense to me at all but then again I don't know anything about the deal that allows Somerset to stream free.
  4. Well, I've been occasionally looking in on Somerset live games through the match centre on their web site. Think live games have been available for some time though and don't know why the Essex game would be any different. I know nowt though, as we say in Yorkshire. https://www.somersetcountycc.co.uk/match-centre/
  5. Sorry, won't it be on the usual stream? (Have been watching the Yorkshire game live this morning and I think that all games have been shown so far. No idea what the deal is though).
  6. Maharaj to open the bowling for Yorkshire!!
  7. …. and he won't bowl either! 96 is a huge lead on this wicket.
  8. Yorkshire 92-6. Ball helping both spinners and seamers alike. This match isn't going to a fourth day and would say that Somerset are now favourites.
  9. Oh, definitely yes. All Yorkshire really care about is the County Championship. Must admit to being surprised the way they started their innings - very quick scoring, look to max their batting points and force a win. All a bit gungh-go though.
  10. Interesting day at Taunton. Difficult conditions to start with - very overcast and the ball doing a bit with a slow outfield due to yesterday's rain. Yorkshire put Somerset in, so that's a bit of a clue. The dark clouds went, the outfield started to dry and batting became a bit easier. Worth noting that Maharaj, Yorkshire's spinner, bowled one third of their overs and took 5 wickets. The day finished with Somerset operating with spinners at each end. (Bess and Van De Merwe). Mark my words - if Yorkshire are left with 200 to get in the 4th innings then they're in trouble. This match could go either way - but Somerset need a decent day tomorrow. With Essex looking to be struggling to win vs Warks this could be a very good week for Somerset. My money and hopes are still firmly on Somerset for the title (and this from a long-standing Yorkshire cricket supporter).
  11. 4 down now. Very overcast and the ball doing a fair bit.
  12. Yes, was once given a meat filled pasty instead of cheese and onion. Took it back and they swapped it, no problem. Mistakes will always happen when people are involved. Bigger probems in life, eh?
  13. Calculus

    Afobe

    Very nice - he's clearly an acrobat. (Massive copyright problem if you're going into production though).
  14. Have heard this before from a friend who worked in the hospitality industry. Quite common apparently. You can also add hotel room cups as well - they are usually washed in the bathroom and dried with the towel that's just been replaced. (Clue: you don't see loads of replacement cups or tea towels on housemaids' trolleys). And don't even think about mattresses, food from the kitchens, men peeing in the sink etc..)
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