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    Thank god it overs is all I can say. We've watched EVERY single game of the big bash league, the ashes, the international T20 I'm so freaking over it, At least the rugby is only mostly on Fridays

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    I hate it too. I think mostly cause it's soo long and boring and DH disappears into the bedroom or sticks headphones on and does nothing for days while it's on. Geez even the commentators get bored and start discussing what fans are wearing!

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    I am getting to quite like it because DP and his two eldest sons play it, but it takes up so much of their time (training and playing) that I am so glad cricket season will end. Right now I'm praying that DP's match will be cancelled today due to heat (forecast is 40°C today) so that we can spend the day together. But he's already left to go watch his 13 year old play.

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    They both suck!

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    Sorry haters I love the cricket and footy! I'll even flick it over and watch it even though DH isn't all that interested. I'm the sports nut in our house sadly enough. I blame my dad for getting me into it all


    Me + DH = DS1 (6), DS2 (2) and #3 due September 8th

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    Oh it's not over - the first test in South Africa starts next week

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    I love the cricket too however we watch every match and my husband plays every Saturday and most Sundays. This week he also played a 20/20 Tuesday then had cricket meetings Wednesday then back to training thurs. Sunday they won a grand final so he never made it home.....I'm always thankful when it is over-our first baby is due that week!

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    Couldn't agree more OP and that is why Cricket is banned in my house, along with Football.

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    It sure does, but it's better than bok bok (tennis). Can't wait for the footy to start!

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    I don't mind cricket so much, but only in small doses. Much prefer the shorter T20s to the longer Test matches.


 

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