December 02, 2006

Paul Collingwood, what a player!

206 runs and a 310 partnership with Kevin Pietersen. Brilliant. Makes me glad I stayed up to watch. What an innings!


- 4 comments by 2 or more people

  1. Daisy

    yeah, it was truly superb. Who would have guessed Collingwood scoring runs like this a year ago? Do you think we can win?

    03 Dec 2006, 20:17

  2. Amit Sood

    The boy done good. I’d still rather sleep overnight though.

    03 Dec 2006, 23:00

  3. Luke Parks

    yeah, it was truly superb. Who would have guessed Collingwood scoring runs like this a year ago? Do you think we can win?

    Sadly I don’t rate the chances very high. Especially given that Gilly has just gone to 50.

    04 Dec 2006, 01:41

  4. Luke Parks

    And like a charm, just when I’m thinking of going to bed, Gilly skies out to Bell.

    04 Dec 2006, 01:53


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