Tbone proves that a day out at the Sheffield Shield is worth more than the admission price.
Imagine if Awards ceremonies allowed DRS. Peter Zitterschlager pictures Kanye West taking issue with Beck at this year’s Grammy Awards recently and plays third umpire on the referral. [Harsh, but fair. – Ed]
Peter Zitterschlager says it’s time to end anachronistic Test cricket tours and replace them with a World Cricket League.
Inspired by the Asian Cup and last year’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Peter Zitterschlager throws down the gauntlet and delivers his manifesto for an Australian rules World Cup.
Peter Zitterschlager with some advice for KFC ad makers, some advice for Mo Matthews, and a plug for his own fictional character Viv Tufnell. [If PZ feels the need to explain his own images, metaphors and similes, that’s up to him – Ed]
T-Bone has a plan to restore the romance of the shot on the siren. Does your side have a “torp specialist”?
Peter Zitterschlager contemplates the age of the tweeted selfie.
Peter Zitterschlager gives some advice.
Peter Zitterschlager recalls the determination a generation of young footy fans to conquer the outer and the take to the ground for a pat and a kick in the mud.
If you want to know what happened at Subiaco on the weekend, it was the umpires what did it, says Bulldogs fan Peter Zitterschlager in a therapeutic rant.
Pete Zitterschlager explains his approach to umpiring and its impact on the known universe (especially his).
Squirrel grips, 4&20s and hospital passes – it’s been a tough initiation for Bear Grylls and it seems the worst is yet to come.
Bear Grylls is finding a game of AFL his toughest challenge yet – and it’s not even quarter time!
Bear Grylls embarks on his biggest challenge yet – a game of AFL.
You know what cricket reminds Peter Zitterschlager of these days: a school kid that’s desperately trying to make itself popular.
“I don’t mind the one-dayers” is hands down the most irritating thing anyone can say to Peter Zitterschlager
Textbook shots, when played by the finest batsmen are of endless wonder, says Peter Zitterschlager, who never tires of their nuance and charm.