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Fourth Test at Trent Bridge 
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Dewi wrote:
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Wupert, stop being a t&wt we all know where the "ashes" are kept. !!


I'm not sure where they are these days.


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My uncle Fred was in one of those but it was a lot smaller about the size of three tee pegs.

That's how I found him I took what I thought was a peg out of the bag put my ball on it and whacked it one.

Fukin dust everywhere.......

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Tue Aug 30, 2005 8:21 pm
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Fukin dust everywhere.......


As Macenroe would say " he was 'in' then " :D

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Chris (ScumV) wrote:
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Fukin dust everywhere.......


As Macenroe would say " he was 'in' then " :D


He was in all of him was in the pot....my aunty Gladys is still looking for his parts.

I think he is on the 13th tee...


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Which is a shame as he should be 6' under but in fact was 3 over par :D

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Three feet in diameter more like. :shock:


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I was there on sunday and I didnt calm down till monday afternoon.

Ozzie fans are so fair weather they make England rugby fans look like old hands. They only spoke when Oz were doing well and were silent and almost half dead when England did anything, most of them ignored the English win and didnt clap the lads when they lapped the pitch. They also ALL knew better then Ranting, picking fields, players etc, reminded me of Welsh rugby fans throughout the nineties.


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