Browsing All posts tagged under »Mark Waugh«

Laurie Sawle: The Architect of the Green and Golden Age

March 6, 2016

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By SB Tang It was a privilege and a pleasure to meet and chat with Laurie Sawle and write a feature story about him for ESPNCricinfo’s The Cricket Monthly magazine. You probably haven’t heard of him, but Laurie is one of the greatest contributors to Australian cricket’s success over the past half-century, a man who Steve […]

In Defence of Michael Clarke

August 4, 2015

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By SB Tang Here’s my 2000 word piece for Wisden India defending Michael Clarke.

The Empty Coliseum

November 16, 2014

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By SB Tang I wrote a piece for The Guardian‘s Away Days series about watching Victoria play New South Wales in Shield game at the G. The Guardian kindly gave me permission to publish the full 3233 word version of my piece on my personal blog. So here it is: ***** The Boxing Day Test at the […]

Michael Clarke: The Cricket Captain Modern Australia No Longer Deserves

March 10, 2014

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Here’s my piece for The Guardian titled, “Michael Clarke is the cricket captain modern Australia doesn’t deserve“. Please see below for my director’s cut of the piece, published with the kind permission of the The Guardian. ***** Fifteen per cent. That’s an approval rating that would’ve even made the then Leader of the Opposition Alexander Downer blush in the […]

Shaun Marsh: The Special One

October 22, 2013

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By SB Tang Note: this piece was re-published on The Guardian Sport Network on 25 October 2013. One summer, over a decade ago, New South Wales played Western Australia at the No 1 Sports Ground in Newcastle. The game was something of an occasion for the town of 143,613 people which clings to the coast about 160 […]