Hello all! Seems like I haven’t written for a long time — in fact, the last time I wrote, holding a UK citizenship entitled you to an European passport (probably) and David Cameron lived at 10 Downing Street. Also arthropods, molluscs and other members in the realm of life have, it is said, undergone considerable … More Apologies, Ahem!
Cricket reading is now not limited to the Wisden Almanack any more (I don’t know when it was, I’m only trying to sound wise). Reading cricket has become a great lot easier with the advent of the internet (do I sound like a 60-year-old of the early 2000s?). So here I list the 9 best … More 9 places to be reading cricket in on the Internet
Japan. Asian superpowers. Global economy. And primarily a baseball- and football-playing nation. It is the land where culture meets development, heritage meets progress. As hardworking as they are, they have risen from ashes in the aftermath of the Second World War to become the Asian giants of today. With such a fighting spirit, they are … More Cricket For Japan
The ongoing Rugby World Cup is mega-tournament. 20 teams divided in four ‘pools’ are battling it out for the top spot. Among the major happenings of the Cup is the defeat of heavy-weights South Africa in the hands of of 13th placed minnows Japan. The 34-32 score line was a never-before-imagined success for the emerging … More Scrum Lessons For The Gentleman’s Game