Wandering and P. Flynn fulfilling contractual obligations as international cricket correspondents for The Footy Almanac

PJF and Wandering at Lord's

First rule of publishing: put your best writers in the most important places.

P Flynn and Wandering Norton at Lord’s.

About John Harms

JTH is a writer and broadcaster. He is the publisher and contributing editor of The Footy Almanac and footyalmanac.com.au He has written many columns and features for numerous publications. His books include Confessions of a Thirteenth Man, Memoirs of a Mug Punter, Loose Men Everywhere and The Pearl: Steve Renouf's Story. He is married to The Handicapper and has three kids - the oldest is six. He might not be the worst putter in the world but he's in the worst three. His ambition is to lunch for Australia.

Comments

  1. Dr Goatboat says:

    Foty almanac…..is that like Instagram? Look forward to some nice pics.

  2. Yes, Doc. Lots of Fotos. Thanks for that – have added the missin ‘o’.

  3. Peter Flynn says:

    Extraordinary finish to the Test.

    The umpires featured prominently late.

    Cook has earned his stripes.

    He knows how to orchestrate the tense draw.

    Anderson provided a master class from the Pavilion End.

    England lack a spinner.

    Neville Cardus

  4. A pint of McEwan’s PF?

  5. Peter Flynn says:

    Marstens Pedigree Pale Ale Old Mucker

  6. It goes on the list.

  7. Was Marvin there?

  8. Peter_B says:

    Will the contractual obligations of our ‘correspondents’ extend to words in the near future?

  9. Anne Myers says:

    Oh only a photo. And here I was wondering where on earth you’d have had the time to write anything… now it makes sense. Nice.

  10. Let me guess P Flynn, you told Annie you were on a fortnight-long sackcloth and ashes retreat at Romsey?

    [Annie, that’s one of the better comments in the time-honoured history of the Almanac]

  11. Steve Fahey says:

    Magnificent Flynny

    An extraordinary end to the Test. While England and Sri Lanka drew, cricket and the DRS were the winners and the BCCI the big loser if they still bury their head in the sand re DRS after it changed the result of a Test to see the right result occur.

  12. Don’t Tell Annie wins the first at Thirsk. Of course.

  13. Anne Myers says:

    The Almanac tells me all I need to know.

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