Suave's Republique Cricket

All aboard the fail boat!
March 11, 2008, 9:50 am
Filed under: FailCricket, LOLCricket | Tags: , , ,

Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan in MCC coaching manual defensive shot.

Tim Ambrose

I’m not really supposed to be out, don’t tell my mummy.

After a little LOLCricket last night, A P Webster at Spun Out pointed out the endless possibilities one can have with the fail meme.. Especially with The England.

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You have to admire their techniques, though. Look at those elbows.


Comment by The Atheist

It’s text book perfect defence.


Comment by Suave


I want to see the DEFINITIVE textbook forward defensive with death rattle.

Comment by King Cricket

As we speak, old boy, i’m compiling a list of some defensive fails..

Most of the bowled wickets are slogging across the line.
Although MV does seem to play down the wrong line and get bowled a lot!

Comment by Suave

If you have any that you feel would be worthwhile, then please feel free to mail them to me.

Comment by Suave

Almost as funny as seeing a bloke getting hit in the nuts by a flying object.

Brilliant stuff.

Comment by Mentalist

THanks Mentalist. I’m glad you liked it..

Comment by Suave

[…] in this case not so much good as god-awful, is Jack Davenport lookalike (and England captain) Michael Vaughan. The shot that got him out, off the third ball he faced, was properly […]

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I have seen MV getting bowled more often than not. That too without slogging.

That re-emphasizes your “PLAYING DOWN THE WRONG BLOODY LINE” Suave.

Comment by 12th Man

He seems to have lost his ability to pick line and length. He used to do it with ease, but since he changed his action, he’s forever getting his offstump pegged back.

Stupid Vaughany.

Comment by Suave

I guess you are a little too harsh on Ambrose. Give him some more time. You can brand him a ‘full time’ failure like Jones or Prior later.

Comment by 12th Man

It’s more the shot, than the career. I was looking for the best defensive shot, with the stumps cartwheeling.

Comment by Suave

[…] July 30, 2008 by A P Webster Michael Vaughan was out first ball today, but at least he managed to get bat on ball (only just) and edge it to Mark Boucher rather than get bowled in a hilarious fashion as he usually does. […]

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very intresting

Comment by gyncskanciast

I don’t know what’s more of a fail, what’s happening in the pictures, or the fact that the people that made them watch cricket.

Comment by John

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