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Earwegoagain wrote:
We will never compete with the SH in Rugby or Cricket whilst it's mainly reserved for posh kids.

cricket yes but rugby we owned the wallabies at it
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Angry wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
We will never compete with the SH in Rugby or Cricket whilst it's mainly reserved for posh kids.

cricket yes but rugby we owned the wallabies at it

England are competitive at one day cricket and test cricket at home but absolutely clueless when playing class opposition abroad. Agree with the general point about public schools having huge advantages when it comes to producing cricketers-most of the past England greats came from working class backgrounds when state schools and local clubs/organisations encouraged the game. Needs to be more cricket on free to air as well-much as i loathe the Hundred at least it may show kids that there is a game called cricket.
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