The Ashes | 20 Things In 10 Words Or Less

In no particular order 20 things we love about something in 10 words or less……

The Ashes in Australia

The English Optimism: It often lasts until tea on the first day.

That first ball: Stage set, hyped to the max. Hear that Gabba ROOOOAR.

Mitchell Johnson: Perfect pantomime villain and man of the series. Terrifying speed.

The Barmy Army: It’s amazing how beer can turn a heavy defeat into a party.

The Pink Test: It’s every series every year but a great initiative. 

Moaning about mid-strength beer: Seriously though? $9 FOR 2.5%?

1987: The last time England won apart from 2010/11.

2010/11: 3 English victories by an innings and The Sprinkler.

Poor Mark Nicholas: The comical English bumbler consistently surrounded by celebrating Aussies.

The Day/Night Test: We’ve not had it yet but we’re keen. Bring it on….

Beer Snakes: THIS IS A LIE. I HATE THEM.

The Aussie Hostility: The crowd, the press, the players, no holds barred hostility.

The Big English Response to the above: None. Floundering quiver after polite cliché followed by crumbling defeat.

Adelaide Oval Scoreboard: Listed building saved and kept untouched through the renovations.

Adelaide Oval Scoreboard with this score on it: Sorry, it’s rare, we had to. Yes that’s us in 2010

Bill Lawrie: The voice of cricket.

The Cracks at the WACA: HOW CAN THIS BE A PITCH? NEVER MIND THE ASHES?!

English clichés of ‘next time’: England

The fact this is what they’re playing for:

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COME ON ENGLAND!!!

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