Backyard Cricket
Tumblings of a cricket tragic who can't play cricket to save herself.
[on semi-hiatus]

Faulks: Spent the day shooting for @miloanz with @michaelclarkeofficial … #thesilverfox #silverrinse @kylyclarke #whosetap

Usie: Ben ‘Cutting’. And smoking it… #PunIntended.

Cutest little puppy ever. Wanted to steal him, but decided it would probably be slightly morally wrong… Just slightly.

Having a ball with the Milo kids at Scott’s College

George Bailey & Virender Sehwag for HTC
I definitely think that one-day cricket without a context is struggling.
—  Rahul Dravid says ‘meaningless games’ hurting ODIs.
Andrew Flintoff models for Jacamo S/S 2014. (x)
AB & Danielle de Villiers
Ricky Ponting is a true legend of world cricket and will always be known as Tasmanian cricket’s favourite son.
— Tony Harrison


Kiwi CLT20 selfies

The Hobart Hurricanes boys having some fun in the water.

Neighbourgoods Market Cape Town
The hot husband, my best accessory this week in Cape Town

The strange and unusual history of cricket in the land of the samurai.

Baseball may be Japan’s most popular sport but cricket actually goes back further — in 1863 British merchants and naval officers played a tense match in Yokohama, revolvers tucked in trousers to protect them from rampaging assassins with orders to chop off their heads.