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  1. The Commonwealth Games

    Does anyone give a ****? Discuss.
  2. RHB

    There but not there

    There was a chunk of BBC Breakfast time about this Charity this morning. Following on from the poppy displays at the Tower a few years back a new project has been set up to remember those that fell in the first World War. Profits from sales from the web site will go towards the following...
  3. Not In Mohave Shrimper

    Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014

    Thought I should start a thread as the action begins today, which includes Wiggo back on the track. The Opening Ceremony was erm...interesting. Barrowman? Really? I really fancy a Tunnock's Teacake though...

    India v Sri Lanka

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/commonwealth-bank-series-2012/engine/current/match/518966.html Wow .. If you can't open the link here's a brief resume Sri Lanka 320/4 (50 overs) Dilshan 160*off 165 Sangkkarra 108 off 87 India 321/3 (36.4 overs) Kohli 133*off 86 Raina 40*off 24 Malinga...
  5. Rusty Shackleford

    White Poppies

    Wonderful piece from the Telegraph on White Poppies: At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, I am sure the thoughts of all Telegraph readers will be with those British and Commonwealth Service men and women who fell in the defence of our liberty. But spare a thought, too, for the...
  6. Uncle Leo

    Dean Macey

    Wonderful to see Canvey Island's Dean Macey win the Commonwealth Decathlon this morning. If this guy could stay 100% fit for a whole season, who knows what he could achieve? Great stuff