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Monday, June 13, 2005

Bajji, too...?

At this rate they could just as well call it the India XI -- Bajji joins Saurav, VVS Laxman and Anil Kumble in the MCC XI lineup for tomorrow; Viru Sehwag and Rahul Dravid are on the opposite side of the fence...
Says here, Saurav will likely open for MCC -- I wish I wish they were telecasting this game on Willow!
While on the tsunami game -- tomorrow we are supposed to land up at Nasdaq (at the unholy hour of 8 am) for a bell-ringing ceremony and such to commemorate five years since Rediff went public; ergo, be late coming in to work -- and blog.
Appreciate it if those of you who have access to the live coverage of the tsnunami game could keep a thread of information/insight going -- how the game is shaping, how our guys in particular are doing... you know, all of the good stuff.

10 Comments:

  • prem,
    your permalinks donot wok!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 19:39  

  • also, a next link at the end of the page linking to the next link in your posts would be awesome.

    (this is assuming you asked me for a wish list)

    amar

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 19:44  

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    By Blogger chatura, at 19:54  

  • Hi
    I heard www.sportingstreams.com does a pretty good job of tranmitting matches, good bang for the buck

    -KB

    By Blogger KB, at 22:04  

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    By Blogger Dhruv Deepak, at 23:26  

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    By Blogger Dhruv Deepak, at 05:58  

  • MCC XI batting, 6-0 in 3.1

    Dravid lets a couple of byes get past him and the "part-time wicket-keeper" segment of the commentry is on again.

    Tendulkar and Akhtar having a chat on the pavilion balcony as Fleming spanks a lovely drive off Sami.

    By Blogger Dhruv Deepak, at 06:04  

  • Some commentator (Colville I think) having a chat at the boundary with the MCC's premier bowlers, Akhtar and Kumble about the Tsunami itself and their thoughts on the game.
    Nice buildup to some battles for later today. Both want to have a go at Viroo.

    Sweet batting by Fleming so far on a seaming pitch with some swing in the air. Ganguly looking solid and comfortable. 34-1 in 8.2

    By Blogger Dhruv Deepak, at 06:15  

  • Bhajji having a chat with the commentator at the boundary and says he wants nothing to do with the ball when Viroo is batting.
    He speaks surprisingly good English.

    54-2 in 13... Dada disappoints. Inside edge onto the stumps after lacing Vaas for two 4s in the over.
    Fleming playing beautifully though.

    By Blogger Dhruv Deepak, at 06:35  

  • Gangs gone..clean bowled. Just like earlier. Hmmm, for all our hopes that he probably is regaining his touch...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:49  

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