Hamish Marshall gives us an excuse

Hamish Marshall hit a 55 ball hundred in Gloucestershire's Twenty20 match against Worcestershire. This gives us a flimsy pretext for publishing this picture.

Hair that size should be mandatory.

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Monday, July 02, 2007


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9 Comments:

Anonymous two questions kent said...

what happens if the ball gets tangled up in his hair. Is the batsman out?

oh and KC, is there women's cricket?

5:49 pm  
Anonymous Blue and Brown said...

A batsman may be given out if he doesn't fully conceal his hair with his helmet.

Yes there is such a thing as women's cricket. It is a form of cricket played by women. Women are kind of like men, but not. If you want to get a better idea what a woman is, you'll have to leave the house.

7:47 pm  
Anonymous the scientician said...

By that logic, how do YOU know what women are?

I know what women are. I've seen tens of them in real life. TENS!
I even spoke to a woman once. Not too sure what it was saying though, due it not being about science, computer games or transformers.

9:19 am  
Anonymous Blue and Brown said...

One keeps coming round.

We don't know what it wants.

9:41 am  
Anonymous Dan said...

I heard it want's something called a nursery!?

1:42 pm  
Anonymous Blue and Brown said...

A plant nursery, right?

... Right...?

2:52 pm  
Anonymous Mahinda said...

"If you want to get a better idea what a woman is, you'll have to leave the house."

...or just log on to the internet?

4:48 pm  
Anonymous two questions kent said...

Why do you never cover women's cricket KC?

is it because you think it doesn't merit coverage?

Is it beacuse you thinks its laughable?

is it because you think men are superior?

is it because you hate women?

shame on you KC you misogynistic bastard.

oh and i meant if your big haired guy is fielding and the ball gets hit and caught in his hair, is the batsman out then?

thank you

8:33 pm  
Anonymous Spheres O' Plenty said...

I think disregarding all the other forms of cricket enjoyed on our fair planet Mr KC (and your Sunshine Band too) is downright shameful! How can you honestly sleep at night? Never a mention of the world of Kwik Cricket with its players of diminutive stature and fancy blue plastic equipment.

A plague on both your sheds!

9:39 pm  

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