Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Only a headline

Twitter lit up yesterday lunchtime as The Yorkshire Post ran an article about our beloved Jason Gillespie and how he had said ' never say never' to a return to Yorkshire.
A very mixed bag of reaction to this article I have to say!

Right lets look at the facts.

Jason left us  to go back home and be with his family, coach the Adelaide Strikers and do some work with Australia.

Jason would not have left Yorkshire if he hadn't felt that the time was right.

He came back to the UK on a short term contract to coach Kent, this filled a void until he is away with the Australia A team.

We have a great coach in Andrew Gale, we are going to be great again and as for Australia A, well with Jason on the coaching team, they will do brilliantly.

We all loved him when he was out coach, taking us to the greatest heights, and we all respected his reasons for leaving, We all know deep down that he will not come back to us.

Best to ignore attention grabbing headlines.

And now onto other things

England had a good day against New Zealia, sadly Roy still cannot show any kind of form, but still manages to hold a place???

Regardless of his poor form the Captain still backs him saying that 'it doesn't change much'!!!!


We need an opener who can stay at the crease!

Joey Root was the highest scorer on  64 and the team managed to post  310 all out.

in reply New Zealia , were one man down before the end of the first over, which boosted England.
Teeny tiny Kiwi, Kane Williamson was their highest scorer on 87............

............... but the day in my opinion went to the Liam Plunkett.
After  being brought back into the England fold, from  the cricket wilderness, he never fails to deliver.
4-55, not bad that boy!

Well time and rain wait for no lady, so I will take myself and my seriously out of control , orange afro ( my hair no likey this weather), to the office.

have a great Wednesday whatever you are doing.

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