Tachbrook Mallory House
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... might be all over. However Stirling goes into negotiation mode as only a barrister could do and we can play until 5:50. I had been padded up ready to bat before the rain and when it came down the second time I had put everything away - so now I need to unpack and pad up again.
My chance to bat comes when Colin Cooke retires for a match-changing 33no off just 25 balls and we are needing another 37 off ...
... 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Greville converted it to a country house and it was owned by the Greville family, who became Earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group. It has a fascinating history, particularly the role of Warwick - The King Maker. If you are interested, read all about it here......http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Warwick_Castle
... retires on 33no off 45 balls. Our scoring rate hasn't been great so I try to lift the tempo when I come in at number 8. I've made a brisk (for me, anyway) 16 off 20 balls when I take on the arm of the ex-England player swooping in from mid-wicket and his direct hit finds me short by about 5 feet! Cooky steps up the pace too and his 27no off 24 balls gets us to a final total of 7/146. The general feeling it that ...
... as earning more puppy chow for Zoe.
The next day whilst bouncing me head off me desk as I do on a regular basis, I got a call from Andy...seems he just interviewed a guy for a job....a guy that was going to the TT but couldn't go this year.....Andy being a good bud that he is promptly called me...gave me a number...upon which I called. Long story short....he has a room and he will let me have it....so thats a big chunk o the puzzle. Now I checked ...
Melbourne – Doha
Flew with Qatar airlines, fantastic service, although could have wheeled the drinks trolley out a few more times... Managed some sleep.
1 hour stop over. We had to walk across the tarmac and is was 38 degrees at 8 a.m. Glad to get off the plane after a 14 hr leg – only 7 more hours to Heathrow.
After a dinner and two breakfasts and several whiskeys, we made it to London. Then to make ...