Luke Reynolds shows us that there are still new tricks for old dogs on the cricket field. (We won’t tell Mick about the back.)
Australia 295 (BJ Haddin 94) & 0/65 v England 136 (MG Johnson 4/61, RJ Harris 3/28) A stunning hour of play where Australia took 6 English wickets for just 9 runs has turned a Test match and maybe a series on its head. At 2/82 England had work to do but were seemingly in control [Read more]
The greatest batsman of the modern era, and probably the second greatest willow wielder of all time, has pulled up stumps. Join Luke Reynolds in hailing the career of a model sportsman.
Our man at the Test, Luke Reynolds, gives a typical thorough and thoughtful summary of the Final of the 50 Over domestic One-Day competition. Who has the runs on the board to make Stuart quake in his boots?
Luke Reynolds – Australia’s greatest cricket tragic since the Right Hon John Winston Howard Esq – protests that he’s not interested in the Ryobi Cup. I don’t believe him, but he’s bloody funny anyway.
Luke Reynolds summarises the first week’s games in the Ryobi Cup. More in sorrow than in anger, Luke faithfully reports the progress of our once great summer game.
Believe it or not, Australia have just played England in a 5 match ODI series. And won. Not many people this side of the world noticed. Who better than Luke Reynolds to bring you up to speed.
A surreal night for Luke Reynolds at the ‘G – teal as far as the eye could see, West Coast fans disguised as Port supporters, and a post-game performance that left him shaken to the core.
With this game of very little context starting at 3.30 AM Victorian time I had very little incentive to watch. So I didn’t. However I recorded the game for the sole purpose of watching Fawad Ahmed bowling his first overs in Australian colours. But after waking up on Friday morning and reading the scorecard and [Read more]
Didak was the highlight for the black and white army, but will this be the last they see of him this year?
Smith has batted well for his 66, huge opportunity for him on Day 2 to go on and get a really big score instead of getting out after doing the hard work like he seems to do.
Luke Reynolds sees a promising future in this young Magpie list. (If only he could be as optimistic about the youth in the Australian cricket ranks.)
Once again Test cricket has shot itself in the foot with its archaic rulings.
The T20 tail is wagging the cricketing dog, but what shape is the 20-over format in, asks Luke Reynolds.
It’s looking like Edgbaston all over again – hopefully, writes Luke Reynolds, with a better result.
The hopes of an entire nation will rest on the shoulders of Steve Smith and Phil Hughes when day 2 starts. A scary thought for most of us, a huge opportunity for the maligned duo.
Twelve years on, Luke Reynolds finally watches Daics kick 13 against the Bears. It was worth the wait.
For the first time this season, Luke Reynolds thinks the Pies can’t win the flag.
Australia is bundled out of the ICC Trophy without a win and, on this performance, Luke Reynolds has a feeling our one-day fortunes will get worse before they get better.
As Luke Reynolds waits for the arrival of a new Collingwood supporter (today), he watches his Pies on the couch and is much happier with this 34-point win over Footscray than last week’s 83-point win over Melbourne. (All the best today, Luke, from all at the Knackery.)