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Take nothing but litter, leave nothing but a cleaner Drakensberg.
Intrepid on a Nelson (of thank you's) - the bowler runs in...
...tap, tap. Will he? Won't he? Can he? Can't he? How about steering it down to 3rd man.. Ghaz is there. Is he awake? Just one, that's all he needs... one more thank you. To break the curse. Its do or die, bowler takes a big stride, he's up to the crease...
john mark 1 wrote: ...tap, tap. Will he? Won't he? Can he? Can't he? How about steering it down to 3rd man.. Ghaz is there. Is he awake? Just one, that's all he needs... one more thank you. To break the curse. Its do or die, bowler takes a big stride, he's up to the crease...
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john mark 1 wrote: That's the stuff! Seeing Boucher reminds me of his eye
It is sad - but I am happy to have hundreds of photos of him in one of his last tests. This was that test we lost against Sri Lanka in December last year.
john mark 1 wrote: Hey, that's your 9th century in the bag Nice going, you only got another 90 odd to catch up to Tendulkar
Well he got his 100 in the various forms of the game, so if I reach 100 on other forums, does that also count?
intrepid wrote: also cause ghaz can't stick to the topic
Following a recent failure in use of a Classic Rock, in which fortunately no injury occurred, we conducted an in depth investigation and an extensive testing programme. Following the testing of over 17,000 Rocks we found some units that did not achieve their rated strength. The rated strength of Rocks varies, depending upon the size, from 4kN to 12kN. In a very small number of cases the failure load was below the units rated strength and in some cases below 7kN; a peak load that can be realistically achieved during a fall.
The problems that we found were most apparent in Classic Rocks batch JBE. However, we cannot guarantee that other batches and Anodised Rocks are not also affected and therefore have taken the decision to recall all units with the identified batches noted below. Our first priority is always the safety of our climbing and mountaineering colleagues and customers, therefore we have taken the decision to recall the Rocks with the identified batch codes. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause, and thank you in advance for your cooperation in helping us to recover as many of the affected Rocks as possible