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

July 28, 2013


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


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


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


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


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