Take a bow son, 162 of 66 balls. South Africa finish on 408-5.
Just an incredible sportsman, on top of his cricket he has the below:
Here's a list of sports AB has excelled in soon after her joined Afrikaanse Hoer Seunskool, a premier sporting institute in South Africa, at the age of 13. > He was shortlisted for South Africa's junior national hockey team. > He made it to the shortlist of South Africa's junior national football team. > He was captain of South Africa's junior national rugby team. > He holds six South African school swimming records. > He holds the record in the 100m dash in South Africa's junior athletics. > He was a member of South Africa's junior Davis Cup tennis team. > He was South Africa's U-19 national badminton champion. > Has a golf handicap of scratch or zero > He is a recipient of the prestigious national medal from the Late Nelson Mandela for a science project
Was very important to get the win, but don't feel like any of the issues we have in the squad re ball retention and square pegs/round holes were really addressed yesterday - and still a huge lack of creativity in the side.
When I saw the team I hoped that Murphy and Sears would drag us through and thankfully they did, but the style of play was still awful - aimless hoofs, unable to keep the ball, defensively as bad as we've been in some time.
If we play like that on Sunday we could get slaughtered, hopefully Mick will see that and make the necessary changes.
At least this has been leaked with someone from each party taking cash for influence at the same time.....otherwise we'd have had the Labourites defending it all day and the Tories criticising it, or vice versa until the other one was accuswed and then a big about turn would have happened.
We have no one on our centre backs toes getting the ball of them and trying to start play. For all Smith's poor distribution yesterday did anyone see what options he had when on the ball. It was roll it to Bialkowski or Berra, or lump it to Chambers/Murphy. Bru and Skuse just don't seem to want it off our back 4.
We also have no one who gets in the refs ear, if Magic was there yesterday (or Stephen Hunt who is also good at it) then that weak ref would not have let them get away with time wasting all game. They treated him like a rugby ref when it was all going.
Anyone a fan? I'm off to see him in Colchester tonight.
Really enjoy his podcasts, so hopefully his stand up will be good - you'd imagine show when he manages to write a new comedy show seemingly daily for the amount of podcasts he gets out, that a finely tuned show will be very good!
Having to get a receipt for every cash payment you make, and then keep a record of them?
The onus is on the person receiving the money to keep a record and pay tax, not you as the payee. All it does is just give off the impression that Balls thinks that anyone working with cash is dodging tax.
I thought Labour were supposed to be the party of the workers? They just seem to be so lost at the moment.
I've bought a new house and it's in for planning, my new neighbour has recently done something similar and when I've been down there previously he's asked me for a few things and I've helped him out where I can - access down my drive to get to side of his property to clean it etc.
Had spoken to him about my plans and he mentioned nothing, but within 1 day of notice going up has objected strongly for some frivolous reasons - which I'm almost certain won't make any difference as nothing he says has any real substance.
Now.....do i just stick some Heras fencing across my driveway and when he asks for access etc tell him where to go, or continue to be nice?! bearing in mind he has built his house to sell it so he won't be my neighbour by time I've actually moved in to mine!
I'd always want to try and get on with neighbours, but also I think if anyone has a problem they should say it to me rather than be matey to my face and then stick this in....
Missed both our goals, and the trialist Wraight was subbed off before I got there....!
Players that stood out for one reason or another:
Sowunmi - defended really well, won all his battles and most of his headers, quick on the turn and looked really assured.
Benyu - good on the ball and retained possession well.
Connolly - Quick and likes to run at his man, final ball didn't always come off but he generally picked a good option rather than blasting it or not looking up.
McQueen - worked really hard on his own up front for the 2nd half up against Danny Shittu + AN Other, strolled offside too often but put in a very good shift.
Hammond - Just seems to have picked up exactly where he left off, great to see after a serious injury
Highlight of match - after the 5'6 Galvin kicked away at Shittu's heels and then had the temerity to give him a mouthful, Shittu turns to the crowd after the free kick and just shakes his head saying "the kids of today"......
Excellent coach whose great at working with youngsters and bringing them through. Turned Spurs round and picked up 2 points per game due to ability to get best out of players
Gobsh.te who is Arry Redknapp Jr, had a good squad at Spurs that had too much pride and began to play for themselves to try and earn moves etc. Got lucky and won't do a good job anywhere else.
I'm undecided, and like anything it's probably somewhere between the 2. Bringing Kane, Bentaleb and Mason into first team squad at Spurs was bold and paid off.....but QPR are a total shambolic club and won't have anywhere near the quality in their youth systems.
Think I'm leaning towards him being a good manager/coach, but will be taking the wrong job in QPR which could end his career before it's begun.