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  • Let your game do the talking! Keep that mouth shut!!

    Verbal intimidation is not cricket. Let's call it what it is: bullying. We telly our kids not to bully others. Why do we have to do it as adults? You need to resort to sledging if your game doesn't have the advantage. We are testing cricketing skills on the field, not bullying skills.

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  • Grow a Pair

    Have a go at you sissies! This is what's wrong with modern day society, every is WAY too precious. Grow a spine, stop putting restrictions on EVERY SINGLE facet of society and play the game aggressively whether it be the odd sledge or bouncer. Our ancestors would roll over in their graves if they saw how weak we've become as a species. And instead of blah blahing about kids and bullying, nestling them into your bosom and protecting from every evil word that might come out of someone's mouth and offend them, have them develop the tools and attitude to ignore this and repel any hurt feelings. We've become a nation of precious, sensitive sooks. Have a go you weak prick.

  • Sledging is between players and does not involve anyone else.

    Sledging occurs mainly between players and therefore is rarely heard by spectators, leaving no impressions or bad examples for fans. Sledging is also an integral part of the game, psychological dominance is a tactic utilized by players which can easily be overcome. Furthermore sledging is monitored and controlled by the ICC (international cricketing association). Players do not have an issue with sledging and follow the rule what happens on field stays on field.


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