Simile of the day

Charles Cowling

 

 

“This was the last of the fast Oval pitches. If Malcolm hadn’t taken nine for 57, there might have been a case for making Harry Brind the man of the match. Brind, in his last season as head groundsman at Surrey, produced a glorious wicket: hard, fast and as true as a dying man’s final words.”

 

Rob Smyth in the Guardian on the third Test vs South Africa, 1994.

 

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