A Rob Key one-day hundred

After playing some breathtaking strokes during last week's innings of six against Sussex and after looking confident and solid during his second innings golden duck, Rob Key has now hit form with a run-a-ball 108 in a one-day match against Surrey.

One prominent cricket writer was moved to say: "That was probably the best batting I've seen since Ranjitsinhji's 204 against Middlesex in 1900. If I weren't so exhausted by that young man's endeavours, I would invite him round to my home for Chorley cakes and claret."

He's a very old cricket writer.

Previous Rob Key post | Next Rob Key post


Monday, April 23, 2007

King Cricket latest

Contact us

Subscribe to King Cricket


Post a Comment

<< Home