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Former Australian cricket captain, Ricky Ponting, has put the blame squarely on our nation’s town planners in the wake of another “very, very poor batting performance” that led to a heavy second Test defeat.
“How do we expect to find any young talent when majority of our countries junior players are growing up in apartments? Or worse off the grid housing developments?”
Ponting warned Australia’s current players are starting to make Watson look tough, while the game in this country had been weakened by a rising number of children that have to use an elevator before they can even find a fucking drive way to roll the arm over.
“It’s ridiculous. In my day we didn’t even have a neighbours window to worry about. This kids are too crammed”