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The Virtue of Patience: A Tale of Two Western Australian Schoolteachers

July 28, 2013

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By SB Tang For most of the past 136 years, Australia has stood at the very apex of world cricket. In no other sport has one nation exerted a global dominance so prolonged and consistent across the centuries. For the most successful cricketing nation on earth, the loss of six Test matches in a row […]

The Guardian’s Ashes podcast

July 15, 2013

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I was the resident Australian punching bag for The Guardian’s Ashes podcast wrapping up the first Test.

Phillip Hughes: The Hobbit in an Age of Batting Austerity

July 12, 2013

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I wrote an article, “Phillip Hughes: The Hobbit in an Age of Batting Austerity”, for issue 106 of All Out Cricket, which was released on 4 July 2013. In light of Hughes’s heroics in Australia’s first innings at Trent Bridge, All Out Cricket have uploaded my article to their website.

Clarke and Stark: Same Principles, Different Result

July 9, 2013

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I wrote an Ashes preview piece replete with A Game of Thrones references. Here’s a link to the All Out Cricket blog where it appears.

How the Aussie Pace Attack Can Swing the Ashes

July 9, 2013

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Here’s a link to a piece that I wrote for All Out Cricket titled, “How the Aussie Pace Attack Can Swing the Ashes“.