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Sunday, April 29, 2007

CWC Final

Well, it's come and gone, with no lack of irony that the only thing shortened in the whole tournament was its showpiece match, and even that went down kicking and screaming, not so gently into the night. For a great read on the ICC and its administrative bunglings, check out this article in CricInfo.org.

But the best team won in the end, and there'll be more analysis to follow, once the bitter taste has subsided. Bring on the IAAF Track and Field season!

Adam Gilchrist stole the show, the ICC did their best to steal it back,
but in the end, Australia won the day (and night)