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    May 12, 2005

    Warne finally scores a century and finds a spokesperson

    No, he hasn't picked up his 100th fight or smoked his 100th cigarette or sent 100 text messages in a day.

    After coming with one run of scoring a test century four years ago at Perth, Shane Warne finally notched up his first century in first-class cricket. The shameless Kent players should really retire immediately from cricket.

    His century came off just 72 balls, with 16 boundaries and three sixes. Reports from The Telegraph and The Guardian.

    Meanwhile, even as Warne wondered about Strauss' game plan, and his lack of runs, Peter English believes that Kevin Pietersen's unabashed deification of Warne only means that Warne has already got a spokesman in the English camp.

    Andrew Miller isn't too concerned about the lack of runs among England's batsmen in the county games so far, obviously hoping that they will come good when it counts most.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 10:40 AM |
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    But Mr.Miller, if you can't score runs against county oppositions - how would you do it against the Aussies. See, even a Aussie womaniser is scoring a hundred against these attacks.

    By Blogger Ganesh (12-May-2005, 2:46:00 PM)  

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