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This is the biggest national volleyball event in the Southern Hemisphere, with over competitors playing all over the country from Scarborough Beach in W.

Comedy acts will also be performing to keep ticket-holders in fits of giggles including Amos Gill, Dave Callan and David Quirk. Tickets for Victoria and New South Wales have sold out, but you can still grab one for Tasmania, so hurry up! Marion Bay, Tasmania When: With the parklands of Werribee Mansion as its location, Let Them Eat Cake has plenty to entice, including acclaimed artisanal cuisine, and cake and secret cocktail bars.

Big Day Out is an international music festival that takes place across both Australia and New Zealand over a few weeks. The first festival took place in and has grown to incorporate a mixture of Contemporary Rock, Electronic music and Pop acts, so there will definitely be something to your taste. Big Day Out Where: The Yabun festival is the largest single day festival across Australia, known to draw audiences of up to 15, The festival celebrates the unique sounds produced by indigenous tribes and its reach spans the entire country, with contributions by both established and up-and-coming artists.

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The inaugural event was said to be one to cherish and will live on forever in memory. Artists and bands are invited to curate the event by picking their favourite performers to participate in the show.

Altona North, Melbourne When: Keen on a day of head-banging and angry men shouting? Soundwave will be your remedy as they showcase the best of Metal music.

Nine Inch Nails and Lamb of God are just a few examples of the prime acts that have featured at the festival, and this year will be no disappointment with the billing including Green Day, Avenged Sevenfold and Korn. With huge queues a customary part of the event, you know you are in store for a memorable experience.

The Adelaide Cabaret Festival offers up something different than your regular music festival. Renowned internationally, the best local talent will entertain you in various mediums. Comedy, satire, contemporary Rock, Blues, Swing and Jazz are all catered for in the two-week long festivities.

Adelaide Cabaret Festival Where: Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide When: Over three days, you are invited by the Yidinji people to learn about the art and traditions of Cairns and beyond, with speakers from Australia and abroad discussing the Queensland indigenous art scene. There will also be a market showcasing and selling art of both commercial galleries and Indigenous centres, the only art fair in the country to do this.

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair Where: Various locations in Cairns When: OzAsia Festival provides everyone with an insight into traditional and contemporary Asian cultures. Theatre, dance, music, film and visual arts are all encompassed in the ten-day event. Of all the events, the Moon Lantern festival should be the most engaging visually, as 20, people recreate a traditional Asian lantern ceremony in Elder Park. Not all festivals are laden with mud. Listen-Out takes place in the middle of the city and features both Australian and international acts.

The mission of Listen-Out is to bring the best of Dance music to the people and do so with flair. Azealia Banks, AlunaGeorge and Disclosure were among the line-up in and you can expect more exciting names in Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney When: The Adelaide Film Festival is a celebration of the big screen, committed to supporting content produced by the Australian film scene in more ways than one.

Discover its sister festival, Adelaide Festival Of Ideas, held on the same month, for an even bigger cultural experience. Adelaide Film Festival Where: Various locations in Adelaide When: October TBA More info: Not only is it much more peaceful and still than the raging waters of the coastline, you are also presented with amazing views of surrounding lakes, gorges and waterfalls.

Feel like cleansing all your chakras and what not? Why not book yourself into an Ashram for a weekend, or even a week? Live peacefully as a community, whilst you learn about meditation, and practice yoga daily. Just search online for your nearest Ashram, but make sure you read reviews before embarking on your quest for inner peace.

An extreme sport not to be taken lightly, cliff diving is one of the most adrenaline-pumping activities on earth, with just you, the water below, and an open drop between you.

Beware though - this is not for the faint-hearted! At a peak of 80ft, no one wants to challenge such a height without the knowledge of safe cliff diving. There are many things to do in Sydney, but one of the most exhilirating is climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Walkabout tours will educate you about the Aboriginal Dreamtime, bushcraft, bushtucker, and bush medicine. You may also be privy to some amazing Aboriginal art. You can also embark upon walkabout tours in Darwin, where there is good conservation of the natural land, and tons of real Australian history to delve into.

Hang gliding over amazing scenery and taking in the vast terra firma that resides below you is a must do for By taking to the skies you will gain a whole new perspective on the beauty Australia has to offer. An instructor will ascend with you as you glide over stunning coastlines, taking it all in. Bridge Climb offers three different guided climbs to the centre of the Sydney Bridge.

At a height of m above the harbour, this is not suitable for those that suffer with vertigo, especially with the dizzyingly amazing views of Sydney once you reach the top. Those that take the climb will need to be wrapped up warmly with appropriate footwear even in summer!

Do not miss out on experiencing all things at the Melbourne Museum, running all through December and not packing up until 23rd February No to the most recent instalment of Skyfall. Get a taste of Cornwall right in the heart of Sydney from Cousin Jacks. Open until at least 9. The Lounge serves lunch between midday and 3pm daily and dinner from 6 9.

Its lively atmosphere will beckon you inside, while the friendly staff and wellcooked meals will have you coming back for more. Laugh yourself silly as award-winning English comedian Jeff Green takes to the Comedy Store with his quick-fire wit and intelligent insights on 14th December. Ashes Recap The England cricket team will head to Australia looking to secure a fourth consecutive Ashes urn after the victory on their own turf earlier this year.

Ashes man of the series, Ian Bell, was a great asset to England reaching two centuries in the tests and becoming only the fourth Englishman to score a century in three successive Ashes matches. Australia stepped up their game for the third test, but England, who only needed a draw to retain the Ashes, were aided by bad light, rain and a slow run-rate to succeed.

Normal service resumed come the fourth test as England won by 74 runs. In the fifth, Australia started strong, but England matched them, needing only 21 runs to secure a series win, but the umpire stopped proceedings controversially due to bad light. Bananaman vs Kevin Pietersen Australian seamer, Peter Siddle, a vegetarian, is in the midst of an intense banana-laden diet regime, making him a real life Bananaman. The test will coincide with the th test cap for Pietersen and Siddle wants to spoil the party.

Pietersen will be in for some sledging from all angles as the media have already laid siege to him and some of the Australian side promising to do the same come the first test. Our player to watch, Joe Root, has continued to flourish in his fledgling international career, showing his versatility at No. Now in the middleorder where he began his career, Root managed 75 runs against an Australia Invitational XI showing no signs of discomfort despite being an opener alongside captain Alastair Cook in the previous Ashes series.

His averages as an opening batsman were marginally below his averages overall and the move may have a positive influence on his game. His replacement as opening batsman, Michael Carberry, showed improvements from his previous foray at international level as he managed 78 runs and an unbeaten in the second innings. Away from the batting, Root was in full praise for the amount of competition amongst the bowlers and considers it healthy for the side.

As well as two big-screens and multiple plasmas, you can also sip on one of the 20 local and imported beers and devour prime cuts of steak. Indulge your inner child and escape to Luna Park.

Buy tickets online at www. Milsons Point, Sydney Harbour, Sydney lunaparksydney. Why do today what you can do tomorrow? Here are a few things we think you should be checking out whilst in the city of villages! Miss The Labels You Love? One place people find hard to drag themselves away from is Topshop, the epitome of UK high street fashion.

If what used to be your fashion temple has become a distant memory and a place you can only dream about visiting, today is your lucky day, because you can now visit your favourite store Down Under on Market Street. Finding the perfect little black dress has just got that little bit easier.

You might have turned into an Aussie beach bum, but you can still preserve your British style by browsing for a new quirky outfit and getting it delivered to your doorstep. Cuddle A Koala Australian wildlife is world-renowned for being iconic and one of a kind. Koalas are definitely no exception, and some of these cute, fluffy natives are housed at the Koala Park Sanctuary in Sydney.

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Those that take the climb will need to be wrapped up warmly with appropriate footwear even in summer! Do not miss out on experiencing all things at the Melbourne Museum, running all through December and not packing up until 23rd February No to the most recent instalment of Skyfall. Get a taste of Cornwall right in the heart of Sydney from Cousin Jacks. Open until at least 9. The Lounge serves lunch between midday and 3pm daily and dinner from 6 9.

Its lively atmosphere will beckon you inside, while the friendly staff and wellcooked meals will have you coming back for more. Laugh yourself silly as award-winning English comedian Jeff Green takes to the Comedy Store with his quick-fire wit and intelligent insights on 14th December. Ashes Recap The England cricket team will head to Australia looking to secure a fourth consecutive Ashes urn after the victory on their own turf earlier this year. Ashes man of the series, Ian Bell, was a great asset to England reaching two centuries in the tests and becoming only the fourth Englishman to score a century in three successive Ashes matches.

Australia stepped up their game for the third test, but England, who only needed a draw to retain the Ashes, were aided by bad light, rain and a slow run-rate to succeed. Normal service resumed come the fourth test as England won by 74 runs.

In the fifth, Australia started strong, but England matched them, needing only 21 runs to secure a series win, but the umpire stopped proceedings controversially due to bad light. Bananaman vs Kevin Pietersen Australian seamer, Peter Siddle, a vegetarian, is in the midst of an intense banana-laden diet regime, making him a real life Bananaman. The test will coincide with the th test cap for Pietersen and Siddle wants to spoil the party.

Pietersen will be in for some sledging from all angles as the media have already laid siege to him and some of the Australian side promising to do the same come the first test. Our player to watch, Joe Root, has continued to flourish in his fledgling international career, showing his versatility at No.

Now in the middleorder where he began his career, Root managed 75 runs against an Australia Invitational XI showing no signs of discomfort despite being an opener alongside captain Alastair Cook in the previous Ashes series. His averages as an opening batsman were marginally below his averages overall and the move may have a positive influence on his game. His replacement as opening batsman, Michael Carberry, showed improvements from his previous foray at international level as he managed 78 runs and an unbeaten in the second innings.

Away from the batting, Root was in full praise for the amount of competition amongst the bowlers and considers it healthy for the side. As well as two big-screens and multiple plasmas, you can also sip on one of the 20 local and imported beers and devour prime cuts of steak.

Indulge your inner child and escape to Luna Park. Buy tickets online at www. Milsons Point, Sydney Harbour, Sydney lunaparksydney. Why do today what you can do tomorrow? Here are a few things we think you should be checking out whilst in the city of villages! Miss The Labels You Love? One place people find hard to drag themselves away from is Topshop, the epitome of UK high street fashion. If what used to be your fashion temple has become a distant memory and a place you can only dream about visiting, today is your lucky day, because you can now visit your favourite store Down Under on Market Street.

Finding the perfect little black dress has just got that little bit easier. You might have turned into an Aussie beach bum, but you can still preserve your British style by browsing for a new quirky outfit and getting it delivered to your doorstep. Cuddle A Koala Australian wildlife is world-renowned for being iconic and one of a kind. Koalas are definitely no exception, and some of these cute, fluffy natives are housed at the Koala Park Sanctuary in Sydney.

Four times a day, the park has feeding times where you can feed, cuddle and pet the koalas, and get up close and personal while having your photo taken - a perfect memento of the day. This is one of the few places in Australia that you can actually touch one of the koalas and the only country in the world where you can meet one. Yoga By The Sea has three venues; while Bronte and Tamarama are enclosed studios sitting on the beachfront, all classes on Bondi take place right on the sand.

Due to the outdoor conditions, classes are weather-permitting and may be cancelled if the ground is wet, so opt for the covered venues if the heavens open. Exploring a new area can go one of two ways. The alternative comes in the form of the other tourist favourite; a guided tour.

How do they do this? By veering off the beaten track, quite literally, opening up a side to the city that most people know nothing about.

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The masterminds who brought us Laundry Bar have donned their handlebar moustaches and opened a new Mexican Bar and Restaurant in Southwharf. With a huge selection of Mexican beers and over tequilas to try, get comfortable and settle yourself in for the evening at this unique Mexican tequilery. Everyone is catered for: Get stuck into a Frijoles Negros Quesadilla, a large flour tortilla with cheese, salsa and black beans, and then attempt the juicy corn cob with jalapeno aioli.

Choose from a Margarita or La Paloma, which are both tequila-based concoctions that will go hand-in-hand with the zesty flavour of the food. Our favourite is the classic Margarita, with tequila, Cointreau, fresh lime juice, ice and a wedge of lime. Come and join the tequila party! Its intimate settings have seen some incredible international Jazz acts as well as hosting up-and-coming Australian talents.

The venue itself is inspired by the s French Bee-Bop era, and you can transport yourself back in time five nights a week. The club is open from 8pm from Tuesday to Saturday, and always has a packed line-up ready to sooth your ears.

The Paris Cat serves up an impressive wine list, along with cocktails, martinis, local and imported beers, all complemented by a selection of tapas.

Head on up to the Rooftop Cinema and indulge your film buff self in some great titles this season. It rivals Jaws 3 in crappy effects. The films start at 9. The cinema box office is open 5. Melbourne houses some great stores that have made their way to Australian shores, much to our delight.

To help shake away your withdrawal symptoms for easy leisure wear, Melbourne is soon to be the first Australian city to get their very own Uniqlo store located in the Melbourne Emporium. Seeing the giant letters in front of the Gap store can ease any anxiety caused by the struggle to find sophisticated attire in Australia.

The British are recognised for their refined outlook on fashion and you can maintain this whilst enjoying the Aussie lifestyle - just head to La Trobe Street to find the U. S label that we all know and love. Whether you want to experience something different for the evening or keep to your Brit style, you might be surprised by what you can find in Melbourne today. Aqu atic Adventu res The beauty of the glorious Australian summer is the perfect excuse to get involved in the hundreds of water activities available.

Here are just a few examples of out-of-this-world experiences to indulge your inner adrenaline junkie. When you think of Australian beaches, surfing immediately rushes to the fore, and to try it in Australia means you will get some of the highest quality waves and surf lessons, so make sure you indulge in the activity most synonymous with this sun-soaked country..

Byron Bay, on the East Coast, is a renowned area to learn to surf due to Cape Byron protecting the bay and providing smaller, safer breaks. Sure, the name is a lot to be desired, but this underwater adventure will be a true Aussie experience to remember, as you get inches away from the insanely huge saltwater crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove www. Housing almost crocs, the zoo allows tourists to swim with these beasts that are among the largest crocodiles in the world.

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Ningaloo Reef Dive www. Their slogan is pretty spot on: If diving is on your list of things to do this summer, there are plenty of sights to choose from. One place that will leave you pinching yourself, are the Kelp Forests off of the East Coast of Tasmania.

Considered as one of the most productive and dynamic ecosystems on Earth, these forests are disappearing fast and are becoming endangered, so consider this as a must-see before it disappears altogether! Eagle Hawk Dive www. There are many different levels of diving experiences, but novices can enjoy sights like Waterfall Bay, where you can spot Weedy Seadragons. More experienced divers can venture to Cathedral Cave, the largest sea cave system in Australia, which is littered with caverns and passages.

Have you had your fill of all the underwater adventures Australia has to offer? Why not catch some rays as you scooch along the surface of the ocean! Jet Skiing is huge on the Sunshine Coast, and Mooloolaba an hour from Brisbane is the base and departure hub for water sports.

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Not to be confused with Denmark in Europe, Denmark is a peaceful retreat located south of Western Australia. This is a place where you can relax, enjoy and explore the wilderness at your own pace.

Although it is a small village, there is a lot to see here and it attracts thousands of visitors each year. You will get the chance to walk among the treetops, kick back on the beach or sip on some quality local wine at the vineyard.

The best and most picturesque way to travel to Denmark from Perth is by car. Alternatively, you can jump on a Transwa coach in Perth, which will take you to Denmark via the inland Albany Highway. Take a leisurely stroll in the midst of the wilderness, basking in the glorious views and discovering Western Australia from the skies. Based on the theme of the lost era of Gondwana, this is a rare chance to venture 40 metres upward to the canopy and be immersed in the treetops.

With a mix of wonder, history and adventure, this is the distinctive experience the Walpole Wilderness National Park has to offer. A great way to relax in this calming environment is to take it all in with a glass of wine. Rockcliffe winery produces high quality wine from the perfect cool climate of the region. Rockcliffe also holds regular music events where you can sit and enjoy bands playing while you sip on the crisp wine, straight from the cellar.

Why not hire a bicycle? You can ride to the winery along one of the many charming cycle tracks. The Denmark coastline that was once attached to Antarctica has a collection of the oldest rocks in the world. The natural beauty of Lowlands Beach offers views of dolphins, whales and the stunning freshwater cliff.

Take a mini break from the hustle and bustle of Perth and take some time to centre yourself. Once you plant yourself in the natural beauty of this place, you will never want to leave. For more intrepid explorers, the aptlynamed Grotto is a mini cave of sea and fresh water with astounding stalagmites to be found inside.

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Sun, sea, sand and an impressive array of wildlife await you. At just square metres, the island is a relatively tiny treasure trove of fun with an exotic East-meetsWest feel to it. The majority of the population are. The island is a very culturally diverse place with Buddhists, Christians and Muslims residing very respectfully alongside each other. As such, you can expect to find the exciting religious festivals of Eid, Chinese New Year and, of course, Christmas, celebrated here.

Manners cost nothing, guys! A large amount of the animals and plants that live here are in fact endemic to it, meaning that they are found nowhere else in the world! The large monsoonal forests support 25 species of tree and species of plant 18 of which are endemic ; whilst the beautiful coastline boasts five regional species of sea-bird, as well as an astounding amount of land crabs.

Naturewalking is definitely a must to take it all in! Snorkelling and diving are also. Accommodation-wise, you really need to do your research, as a few of the hotels are a little dodgy in terms of hygiene and customer service. On the whole though, most places are friendly, hospitable and a pleasure to stay in. The Golden Bosun Tavern located at the Rocky Point Complex is known for its great atmosphere and decent selection of cheap beer and wines.

For somewhere a little more upmarket, try the Rumah Tinggi Tavern and Restaurant at Flying Fish Cove, serving up tasty steak and lobster and an impressive scenery. Whether you intend to rock around the Christmas tree or have yourself a merry little Christmas by the beach, where better to do it than Christmas Island? The place is virtually deserted, apart from a few locals in the know who love it because of the flat, sheltered camping space it provides.

There are shallow rock pools to explore and coconut palms to relax under - total bliss! Marine turtles also nest there, so make it your mission to observe and respect their tracks, and maybe even catch a glimpse of the teensy emerging hatchlings! This lake looks like a pool of pink icing on Middle Island in the Recherche Archipelago and was discovered by British Navigator, Matthew Flinders, in the 19th Century after he climbed the highest peak. When saline levels rise with the temperature and lighting conditions are perfect, the algae begin to collect the pink pigment - an utter freak of nature.

This epic pink lake is a sight to behold. The locals have been intrigued by it for years, and discovered that its. Not only is it easy on the eye, but the mass salt extraction has enhanced their economy. The algae is also so rich in antioxidants, it is often harvested and used in cosmetic and dietary supplements. This mysteriously pink lake maintains its colour all year round so is definitely not the result of a sunshine, algae and prawn concoction.

This lake is fed by a glacial melt which strangely has a lavender hue to it. No one knows why, but since the surrounding rock is also pinky-purpley in colour, geology and glacier magic is the most common guess. Locally translated to Salinas de Torrevieja, the small but growing city in Spain has not one, but two pink lakes.

Filled with algae that produce a chemical substance when hit with sunlight, they are protected natural parks due to the flora and fauna that grow and live in the area, including many migratory birds. Unlike others, it has a much lower salt concentration - just enough to keep the air clean and make it one of the healthiest places to live on earth. Spending seven hours a day shovelling mountains of salt onto boats, workers are forced to smear shea butter over their.

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Taking their name from the Batu River they are guarded by a The statue took three years to construct and has been in situ since January There are steps that lead up to the sacred Batu Caves, which reside within the limestone hill. A sacred part of Machu Picchu, which lies 2, metres 7, ft above sea level in the Cusco region of Peru.

These are located in what is known to archaeologists as the Sacred District of Machu Picchu. It is thought that these areas were dedicated to the worship of Inti, who was the God of Sun and their most celebrated deity.

Tanah Lot is a rock formation off of the Indonesian island of Bali. Having been eroded and shaped over the years by the surrounding ocean, the exotic landmark has become a popular place for tourists to visit and for the local Balinese people to worship. The Luxor Temple is situated in the town of Luxor, which is the site of the famous city of Thebes. The temple was unearthed under the Mosque of Abu Haggag in the late 19th Century and its features had been covered in earth.

Discoveries have also been made within the site that it may have also been a Christian place of worship at certain points in history. Attracting more than 3 million people a year, Mont Saint Michel is situated in Normandy and is located 0. The acre island has held strategic fortifications since the ancient times of 8 AD and has been the seat of the monastery from which it got its name.

Go and explore the winding corridors and witness this utterly unique cathedral. Its elaborate golden dome and Italian marble interior have lead to this mosque being considered one of the most beautiful in the entire world. To add to its brilliance, it also has tunnels that are used by the sultan on journeys through the town. Attracting many visitors and worshipers, the mosque has been built on an artificial lagoon of the banks of the Brunei River, creating stunning reflective views.

Posted by Tony Tea on 16 July at Nick Bracks' Saab wasn't the only thing modified on the weekend. The Saturday papers fell over their adjectives to describe it as old or second-hand. A Saab is still a Saab. This weekend's for enjoying home and whoever you consider family. For remembering those in war zones, transit camps or Guantanamo Bay who don't have your good fortune, and helping when you can.

Well, alright, this weekend I'm all about enjoyment, home and family. But the rest can get well and truly stuffed. And Sagittarius says I'm currently enduring a "climate of moods, power sulking and unreasonable behaviour". So that's wrong, too. Posted by Tony Tea on 14 July at I find the combination of quotation marks and commas - Daniel Johns said "I smoked dope with Garrett", but he was skyting joking - untidy. Out of a half hour lunch break, I used to drive ten minutes to, and ten minutes back from an Asian stall at the Airport West food court; for their brussel sprouts.

I once got in a punch-up at a new year's eve party while wearing a pink gown. It wasn't a gay thing, either, it was over football. The glugging noise of a liquid being poured into a mug or glass from a pot or bottle makes me want to run from a room screaming. Fortunately I have excellent self-control. I know Boynton wants to pick up this meme. Nabakov would, too, if he had a blog. So would Christopher Wayne Hudson, but he's in jail. Posted by Tony Tea on 12 July at Last year Keith Stackpole wrote that Murali is a chucker: Sunday, for some reason, he felt the need to reiterate; welcoming Murali to Straya and hoping we do likewise.

But Cricket Australia will be on the edge until he gets off the plane because he has pulled out of Australian tours before. In fact, despite a long and remarkable career Murali has only played two Tests for Sri Lanka on Australian shores -- in He took in that series and Australia hasn't seen the best of this gifted spinner, except on TV. The ice was broken two years ago when he came to play a Test for the World XI and played some one-dayers.

He is closing in quickly on Shane Warne's world record of wickets and it is likely he could break the record in the second Test at Bellerive in Tasmania. He is having a ball at the moment against Bangladesh having taken 14 wickets at Whenever you talk about a record that will never be broken you are always tempting fate. But there are three records I think will never be broken.

Bradman's overall Test average of He is 35 and could play another five years. People laughed at Warne suggesting Muralidaran could break the barrier, but there is no reason, with the amount of Test cricket played today, he could not achieve that remarkable target. When you analyse the two spinners, the Aussie spinner probably had better bowlers in front of him such as Glenn McGrath, Merv Hughes and Jason Gillespie, but they also ate into his wicket-taking potential. But with Sri Lanka light on for bowlers, only paceman Chaminda Vaas has taken the limelight away from Murali.

Murali has taken 58 five-wicket hauls compared with Warne's 35 and on 19 occasions has taken 10 or more in a match compared with Warne's Also Murali's strike and economy rate eclipses the great Aussie leg spinner.

But having said that, there is no doubt Warne has plied his trade against far stronger opposition. However, we must acknowledge Murali has been a first-class spinner who has proven time and time again he belongs on the world stage. He is a gutsy bowler. But I hope I don't see another bowler with a similar action otherwise the game will talked about for all the wrong reasons.

If he does break the record in Australia I hope our fans show their appreciation and acknowledge his fine contribution to the game. Personally, I hope our fans show contempt, not appreciation. Well, I'd expect Aussie punters to rate high on the chuckanista contempo-meter, with assorted pundits harumpfing about our awful behaviour.

Interesting, too, that Stacky mentions the Tsunami match. Chris Cairns I think was pounding the bowlers when Murali unleashed a doosra to get Cairns stumped. Not so strange, you say, except the doosra was banned at the time. Doubtless, Murali, in a cynical attempt to stop the pounding threw in the doosra to surprise the big Kiwi blouser. There were rock all complaints, just minor static that it was a one-off in a charity match, so what did it matter.

Mark at the excellent RSM writes that Marlon Samuels was getting tonked, so, just like Murali's doosra ploy, Samuels fired in "one of the most dubious deliveries seen in an international match" to skittle Paul Collingwood. You just know it's "blatant cheating" when Mark cites the Telegraph. Official cant has always been that if someone was stupid enough to try a super-dodgy delivery in any match, the umpire is still free to call it.

But there's no surprise in that, is there. Too many of those that matter couldn't think of a better term keep shtum on chucking. Until they are prepared to acknowledge the enormous, leather-skinned herbivore in the room, the one with the flappy ears and the trunk, then most everything else they say should be taken with a salty grain. They are hopelessly compromised. Unless commentators are prepared to call it as they see it, it can only be a matter of time until someone unleashes a chuck at a crucial point in a Test match.

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