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    October 10, 2006

    Three month tour for Ashes urn

    The Ashes urn will be displayed in various parts of Australia for three months, between 21 October 2006 and 21 January 2007.

    Given its fragility, and if it were to fall to the ground, I wonder if Ricky Ponting will tell the culprit
    You've just dropped the Ashes, mate!

    Thus spake Jagadish @ 3:02 PM |
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    Honestly, the game of cricket is hard to understand but the more I watch, the more I love. The whole Ashes blows me away with the competition between the countries. Love it!

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