Great catch John Mooney, or was it? I’m of the opinion that it was a fair catch but I’ve seen so many counter arguments that I am doubting my own judgement. The accompanying vine is the best I could find at the time of writing. I’ll leave it to you to decide whether it was a fair catch or not. …..read the article….. That John Mooney catch
Incoming ECB chairman, Colin Graves, has hinted that there may be a chance for Kevin Pietersen to return to the England setup. I would love to see Pietersen in England colours again but doubt that it will happen, in my opinion too many things will have to change. Let’s take a quick look at the situation. …..read the article….. Kevin Pietersen, has the door opened?
Farce, the only way to describe the ending to today’s Cricket World Cup game between Australia and England ended. Article 3.6 (a) & (b) of Appendix 6 of the Decision Review System (DRS) Playing Conditions seems to be very clear. Except to the umpires. …..read the article….. World Cup umpiring farce
The Western Cattle Egret (Bubulcus ibis) is a stocky heron, 46 – 56 cm long, and weighs 270 – 512 g. It has a relatively short thick neck, sturdy bill, and a hunched posture. The non-breeding adult has mainly white plumage, a yellow bill and the legs vary from dark brown to yellow, with black toes. A breeding Western Cattle Egret has a red bill and buff plumage on the head, breast and mantle. The legs turn red. The sexes are similar, but the male is marginally larger and has slightly longer breeding plumes than the female. Juvenile birds lack coloured plumes and have a black bill as well as black legs. …..read the article….. Western Cattle Egret (Bubulcus ibis)
The Yellow Mongoose (Cynictis penicillata), also known as the Red Meerkat, grows to be about 65 to 85 cm in length and weighs between .450 and .900 kg. It has a triangular shaped face with a pointed snout. Southern Yellow Mongooses are larger, have yellow or reddish fur, longer fur, and a longer tail with a characteristic white tip. …..read the article….. Yellow Mongoose (Cynictis penicillata)