Classic Reynolds: family, travel, people, music (Mark Seymour), footy – all the good stuff. And this match report contains a gem about one of the boundary umpires. [Really enjoyable Luke – JTH]
Luke Reynolds reviews Day 3 of the First Ashes Test in Cardiff. In a day that he describes belonged to England and was a missed opportunity for Shane Watson to put his mark on the game.
An appreciative Luke Reynolds casts his eye over the career of Australian fast bowler Ryan Harris, who was forced by injury to retire from all forms of the game.
It’s been a year of (somewhat) welcome tumult for Luke Reynolds. As he clocks up his Rene Kink birthday watching the Pies take the game right up to Freo, the shiraz has been cracked open and reflection is plentiful
The Pies hold firm and take away the four points against GWS… unfortunately for the Giants’ fans at the MCG (both of them). Luke Reynolds reports.
Pies supporter Luke Reynolds takes his family to the G and they watch a great Pies comeback, which makes Luke so glad they made the effort to go.
Luke Reynolds looks at the Magpies final thrust at a finals birth and watches hard-nut Luke Ball give it one last crack.
Luke Reynolds likes Paul Seedsman’s link with the Collingwood past and his influence on the Collingwood present. [Excellent win for the Pies – Ed]
Luke Reynolds realised a long-held dream of being at an ICC World Cup final. The day – in almost every regard – didn’t disappoint.
Tuesday night’s 2015 ICC World Cup semi final at Eden Park will be remembered as one of the all-time greats. The home side under enormous pressure to deliver, the South Africans desperate to progress beyond the semi final stage. A great report from Luke Reynolds
Set to the tune of the Australian Crawl classic ‘Errol’, The Ballad of Shane Watson; in which Luke Reynolds presents a portrait of Australian cricket’s most vexing selection versus performance dilemma.
Luke Reynolds takes us around the grounds for Day 1 of the ICC World Cup. Catch up with action from the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Hagley Park Christchurch, and the Pomborneit Recreation Reserve. A grand day for the home teams.
Looking ahead to next summer’s cricket fixturing, Pomborneit CC’s finest – Luke Reynolds – presents the case for the Windies to be relegated to support act, and for the Kiwis to be promoted to the big stage on Boxing Day.
Luke Reynolds tells how Stephen Smith won the hearts and mind of his young sons on their first day of Test Cricket.
After a Christmas Day of travelling for lunch then back home for some hard fought cricket on my hand-crafted pitch at home before a late dinner, I was looking forward to a day on the couch watching some quality Test cricket from the Aussie and Indian teams. While Boxing Day was indeed spent on the [Read more]
Who would have guessed that a simple pink shirt could possess such motivational powers for an indoor cricket team?
There’s light at the end of a very dark tunnel for cricket lover Luke Reynolds
Luke Reynolds profiles a cricketer of unassuming skill and grace, who somehow never had the flair to be labelled ‘great’. England’s ‘Jack’ Russell is one of the greatest wicket keepers of all time. Who else was an ‘almost great’ that deserved to be?
Luke Reynolds tells the story of Sheikh Zayed Stadium (“more Football Park than Adelaide Oval”) on Day 1. Ideas and attempts were many, but so were Pakistan’s runs.