May 17, 2010


Filed under: Kent, Other Counties — Tags: — sarahcanterbury @ 9:55 pm

Rob Key launches into a ball from Ian Blackwell. Phil Mustard behind the stumps.

LVCC Kent v Durham, Canterbury, 17 May 2010

© Sarah Ansell



  1. just wonder why successful domestic players are not successful intl players??

    Comment by Nazish Rahman — May 17, 2010 @ 10:06 pm

  2. He would have been a success given the chance.

    Words can not explain how much I love this man, purely sporting admiration love, but love all the same.

    The perfect batsman, the perfect captain, we are so,so lucky to have him.

    Comment by Rob — May 25, 2010 @ 10:16 pm

    • And he will be the perfect sporting pundit/commentator in due course. I’m certainly not arguing with you, Rob – echoing all that you say. Was an absolute privilege to watch his innings. To think he wasn’t the man of the match after a thrilling knock like that!

      Comment by sarahcanterbury — May 25, 2010 @ 10:23 pm

  3. Yeah he sure will be Sarah..

    I was amazed he wasn`t man of the match, but so happy to see him back in such devastating form, it was a world class innings.

    He certainly will be a great pundit, but I still hope he will play in the Ashes, I`m probably heading for disappointment but I don`t see anyone better than him anywhere,certainly not in Warwickshire!!

    Comment by Rob — May 26, 2010 @ 11:40 am

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