Kent v Warwickshire

Lemon Bella says:

Myself and Indian Skimmer saw three days of the Kent v Warwickshire match at the St Lawrence Ground. This report is late, because we spent the rest of the week going for walks and visiting the zoo.

I've also attached a photo of Simon Cook being conspicuously indifferent to cricket because cricketers are animals too.



On Saturday, we arrived ten minutes after Martin Van Jaarsveld scored his century, so we can't tell you anything about that. Also, we had to leave half an hour before Geraint Jones scored his century, so we can't tell you about that either. We're sure they were both very good. However, we can report that Andrew Hall is a lot smaller and rounder in real life than on the TV. We think he might have made himself smaller and rounder so he could fit in at Kent.

During the lunch break there was some sort of presentation. We have no idea what the presentation was for because the PA system was broken, making the announcer sound like a dalek. There was a lot of clapping, though, so we're sure the presentation must have been for something good.

Joe Denly ate a sandwich on the balcony. We were not close enough to see what kind of sandwich it was, even with binoculars. We had tuna mayonnaise sandwiches, so maybe he did too. We had coffee and walnut cake as well but Joe Denly doesn’t look like the type to eat cake. Andrew Hall does.

On Sunday we had some fantastic chocolate from Aldi. It didn't taste like you'd expect cheap chocolate from Aldi to taste. We did some internet research about the chocolate when we got home. The company that makes it was expelled from Germany in 1939, so it's actually anti-Nazi chocolate.

In the afternoon we went for a walk instead and found some cake in the members' lounge, but we weren't sure if we were supposed to eat it. We just used the coffee machine and snuck out before someone important demanded to see our members' pass and we had to try and find it. If anyone knows what the cake was for, and if we can eat it next time we see it, please let us know.

On Monday it rained a lot and we went to the pub. We bought some crisps and a man told us it was nice to see young ladies like us at the cricket.

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Tuesday, May 01, 2012


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4 Comments:

Anonymous Mahinda said...

Anti-Nazi chocolate is the best kind.

I'm not sure that I should continue eating Ritter and Lindt, never mind Milka.

6:05 pm  
Anonymous Miriam said...

You are [literally] ahead of the game in the confectionery-based cricket story, Lemon Bella. Please could we know more about the chocolate? If neutral chocolates are out then I'll need something to replace Toblerone.

1:32 pm  
Anonymous LemonBella said...

It is indeed the best kind. It not only contains macadaemia nuts, but leaves you feeling righteous.

It's Moser Roth chocolate. None of that neutal, nazi-gold hoarding chocolate for me.

8:52 pm  
Anonymous Miriam said...

Thank you! I also see that it won "Most Complex Flavour" in BBC Good Food Magazine. Now that's my kind of chocolate.

10:00 am  

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