Keep your head still

Some readers tell me, with grace, that I deal too much with cricket.  I can see their point, but then again, even with a losing team, I watch people in line at the bank riveted on the TV; even with no audio, some folks are still so engrossed they don’t hear when their turn is called.  Guyanese come out big for some soccer matches, but as a nation we’re cricket people; case closed. So here I go again, and this time it has to do with Shiv.

In the midst of the recent accolades on his reaching the 10,000 mark in runs, we had the opportunity, in those batting stints against Australia, to see some essential aspects …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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