Written by Lostinrandomworld

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

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England Women team to represent in both men and women from next game onward.

When God created world, he was happy. But when he created Eve or Eva, all hell broke on earth. As the famous or the infamous saying goes, its more and more believed in the modern days of sport. The most recent been the sports of cricket.

Cricket is a funny game. The game is played by two teams each consisting of 11 players of same gender. No team can have mixed gender in a team. Generally in international game, Men plays Men and Women plays women. But gone are the days when Men of England were Men. Welcome Women Cricket team into Men competition.

If England teams performance (both men and women team) in last 2-3 year are to be looked, people are clearly seeing a distinctive shift in pattern towards women cricket team. Their recent performance have forced the many follower of the game to abandon men team and follows women team. To their faith in her team, the women have kept the faith shown in them by winning the Women cricket team.

And the most crowning moment in England Women team came when the bible of cricket Wisden published the 146th edition. The editor even stated the women team have become the pride of England. In his own words the editor state , "The England women have been the pride of the nation as far as cricket is concerned in recent years."

Even the cricket fans follower on BBC 606 have been praising them endless time and are demanding that the women team should represent both men as well as women from the next game onwards.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: England, Cricket

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