Slater Again.....Waugh in the Woods

Slater Again.....Waugh in the Woods

Post by Will Sutto » Thu, 04 Jan 2001 12:12:18


Graeme Slater strikes again..............now if he now chucks his own
wicket away then he needs to be shot.
 
 
 

Slater Again.....Waugh in the Woods

Post by Alve » Thu, 04 Jan 2001 12:46:12



Quote:
> Graeme Slater strikes again..............now if he now chucks his own
> wicket away then he needs to be shot.

There's a couple of Australian batsman who may think that he should be
anyway...

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Slater Again.....Waugh in the Woods

Post by Will Sutto » Thu, 04 Jan 2001 13:10:40

Quote:



> > Graeme Slater strikes again..............now if he now chucks his own
> > wicket away then he needs to be shot.

> There's a couple of Australian batsman who may think that he should be
> anyway...

 Just imagine Slater in the one day series...........what a horrible thought

 
 
 

Slater Again.....Waugh in the Woods

Post by Ian Galbrai » Thu, 04 Jan 2001 14:00:46

:Graeme Slater strikes again..............now if he now chucks his own
:wicket away then he needs to be shot.

Its definitely reaching Graeme Wood proportions. I notice he could have run
Hayden out again as well except Hayden was prepared for it. He's run out
partners 3 times now in 5 tests. Given the situation at the time and the
way they were batting, I wouldn't be surprised if they cost Aust. about 100
runs each. He really needs some sort of coaching on it.

--
Ian Galbraith

"It is easier perceive error than to find truth, for the former lies on
the surface and is easily seen, while the latter lies in the depths,
where few are willing to search for it." - Goethe

 
 
 

Slater Again.....Waugh in the Woods

Post by Ozwitc » Thu, 04 Jan 2001 16:51:08

Australian batsman Mark Waugh claimed Michael Slater tried to end his own
life today in the pavilion after running out his latest partner and then
committing suicide on the field in the 90s for the ninth time. "It was only
a matter of time," Waugh said. "Slats had tried to top himself twice already
when I got to him." Waugh stylishly did Slater in himself after the
batsman had botched another attempt at self-immolation by stuffing his
helmet down the toilet bowl with his head still contained inside it." Yeah,
Slats just couldn't finish the job off. It was up to me and I knew I
couldn't let the side down. I had to put the finishing touches to him."

Waugh will not be charged with ***, claiming it was in the side and the
nation's best interests that he put Slats out of everybody else's misery.
However Waugh could not explain how six bullets managed to lodge themselves
in Slater's guts. "The gun must have misfired," he said. "I only meant to
give him one just to sharpen him up a bit and teach him a lesson. The other
five just sort of shot themselves."

Slater was unavailable for comment, being already dead, but when pressed,
promised he had learned his lesson and hoped for another chance, admitting
however his prospects didn't look too bright. "The partner from hell," he
grinned mischievously. "At least that's where I'll be calling from now
on."


Quote:
> Graeme Slater strikes again..............now if he now chucks his own
> wicket away then he needs to be shot.

 
 
 

Slater Again.....Waugh in the Woods

Post by SAE » Thu, 04 Jan 2001 16:54:20

You must have quoted that from Mark Waughs new book.

"How to entice an opening batsman to beat himself senceless and hurl himself
down ten flights of stairs."

SAE


Quote:
> Australian batsman Mark Waugh claimed Michael Slater tried to end his own
> life today in the pavilion after running out his latest partner and then
> committing suicide on the field in the 90s for the ninth time. "It was
only
> a matter of time," Waugh said. "Slats had tried to top himself twice
already
> when I got to him." Waugh stylishly did Slater in himself after the
> batsman had botched another attempt at self-immolation by stuffing his
> helmet down the toilet bowl with his head still contained inside it."
Yeah,
> Slats just couldn't finish the job off. It was up to me and I knew I
> couldn't let the side down. I had to put the finishing touches to him."

> Waugh will not be charged with ***, claiming it was in the side and the
> nation's best interests that he put Slats out of everybody else's misery.
> However Waugh could not explain how six bullets managed to lodge
themselves
> in Slater's guts. "The gun must have misfired," he said. "I only meant to
> give him one just to sharpen him up a bit and teach him a lesson. The
other
> five just sort of shot themselves."

> Slater was unavailable for comment, being already dead, but when pressed,
> promised he had learned his lesson and hoped for another chance, admitting
> however his prospects didn't look too bright. "The partner from hell," he
> grinned mischievously. "At least that's where I'll be calling from now
> on."



> > Graeme Slater strikes again..............now if he now chucks his own
> > wicket away then he needs to be shot.