Ollie definitely looks good with a sound technique. He plays straight and close to his body. He has smooth footwork forward or back. It is very important to be able to transfer your weight forward and back because genuine fast bowlers are not going to let you play forward all the time, particularly if you bat a lot against the new ball. … [Read more...] about England must not get carried away by promoting Ollie Pope to three – he could prove to be a little gem
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“It was not because we were afraid it would offend anybody,” Tyldum said. “If I … had this thing about a straight character, I would never have a sex scene to prove that he’s heterosexual. If I have a gay character in a movie, I need to have a sex scene in it — just to prove that he’s gay?” … [Read more...] about The Imitation Game director defends film’s lack of gay sex scenes
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Graeme Smith, the interim cricket director, opted to appoint coaches from his old team, Mark Boucher and Jacques Kallis, because they might bring order, inspiration and, just possibly, instant success. The victory in Centurion seemed to give him leeway in terms of selection and policy but after two defeats, the second of which bordered on a humiliation, despite those late blows from Maharaj, that room for manoeuvre is fast disappearing. A drawn series after a South African victory at the Wanderers in Johannesburg might ease the situation but somehow this now seems most unlikely. … [Read more...] about England thrash South Africa by an innings and 53 runs to take 2-1 lead