PM’s XI vs England

Posted: January 14, 2015 in Cricket
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All over. England won by 60 runs. Bell’s 187 the highlight, closely followed by Maxwell’s 136.

 

7:30   Plenty of space to spread out.

9:30 Plenty of space to spread out.

 

9:00   Night time. PM's 11 need ten an over off the last 15 overs to chase down a mammoth 391. Maxwell made a very entertaining 136 but out now.

9:00 Night time. PM’s 11 need ten an over off the last 15 overs to chase down a
mammoth 391. Maxwell made a very entertaining 136 but out now.

 

5:00   In wide-angle. Looks like a cracka of a day for cricket! Stay cool, roving reporter.

5:00 In wide-angle. Looks like a cracka of a day for cricket! Stay cool, roving reporter

 

 

5:00    Ian Bell celebrates his hundred.

5:00 Ian Bell celebrates his hundred.

 

England and Ian Bell cruising. 1 for 155 off 24 overs. Some cloud providing nice shade.

4:10   England and Ian Bell cruising. 1 for 155 off 24 overs. Some cloud providing nice shade.

 

4:00  England racing along here. None for 72 off 9 overs. Ali and Bell doing it easy.

4:00   England racing along here. None for 72 off 9 overs. Ali and Bell doing it easy.

 

2:20 Right on schedule. First Ball

2:20    Right on schedule. First Ball

2:00     The Prime Minister’s XI cricket match is on today at Manuka Oval, Canberra. The game usually gets a pretty good turnout, and also offers some of the most accurate weather predictions for the capital: It will either rain, or be 40C, or both.

The PM’s chosen XI will battle England superstars including Ian Bell and Stuart Broad.

Stay tuned for live updates from our roving reporter.

 

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Comments
  1. wowallthenamesaretaken says:

    Photos?

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  2. A bad sport says:

    Looks like they are doing it easy, lucky some of stayed at work to support you!

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  3. sportussion says:

    A high scoring English cricketer.

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  4. […] – England’s performance at Manuka Oval on Wednesday has convinced me that they can topple Australia. They are better prepared and have […]

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