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RE: Y2K 04/09/99
I should have qualified my comment by referring to the Test performance, not
their one-day game performance.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Phil Payne [mailto:S390NEWS@isham-research.demon.co.uk]
> Sent: Saturday, 30 January 1999 11:47
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Y2K 04/09/99
> In message <000201be4bdf$59f262c0$377c6ccb@office>
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > The British (or as we Aussies commonly refer to them as, Pommies) also
> > consider as humour the performance of their national cricket team now
> > touring Australia!
> I apologise for the waste of bandwidth, but such a slur cannot go
> uncorrected. From CEEFAX, seconds ago:
> P342 CEEFAX 2 342 Sat 30 Jan 00:46/49
> ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL, Perth 1/3
> Mark Ealham blitzed Sri Lanka with a
> five-wicket haul as England stormed to
> a crushing 128-run victory.
> Ealham recorded the third-best one-day
> figures for England with a magnificent
> 5-32 as the world champions were
> skittled for just 99.
> Earlier, Neil Fairbrother scored a
> superb unbeaten 81 as England reached
> 227-7 off their 50 overs.
> Fairbrother led an England fightback
> after Sri Lankan debutant Ruchira
> Perera had taken three early wickets.
> ENGLAND v SRI LANKA SCORECARDS 341
> Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360
> Phil Payne
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