Thursday, March 12, 2009

Will it Rain Tomorrow?

According to the ICC, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) were unable to provide a guarantee during a teleconference on Wednesday that there would be no rains in Colombo during the tournament which runs from September 24-October 5.

I know what that means but the wording suggests that SLC were supposed to garantee a rain-free tournament.

So now what. The ICC expects cricket boards to play the role of rain Gods?

Can South African garantee that there will be no rain there when the Champions Trophy is played?

Can England garantee that there will be no rain during the T20 World Cup or the Ashes?

Can India garantee that there will be no rain during the ICC World Cup in 2011?

Can the ICC garantee that there will be no rain tomorrow?

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6 Pitched:

  1. Anonymous said...

    Maybe they should ask them why the folks in New Zealand call this peak summer!!

  2. Anonymous said...

    High time someone did a thesis on Rain and How It Continues to Plague Cricket.

  3. Q said...

    Maybe someone shud do a thesis on why the ICC behaves in the manner they do..

  4. SledgeHammer said...

    I'm quite fascinated by Telstra Dome in Melbourne. Maybe another indoor stadium or two are needed, especially in NZ?

  5. Anonymous said...

    Hold a World Cup in Napier.

    Schedule it for 2 years.

  6. Anonymous said...

    It’s always sad to see matches being washed out due to rain.
    I found one interesting article titled “Rain Ball for uninterrupted Cricket Games”. It discloses a ball which could be used to play cricket even in rain.
    To read more plz check

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