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A young family from the Mid North Coast of New South Wales are still revelling in the feats of the Australian pace attack it can be confirmed.
Speaking exclusively to The Advocate from the 2 Star Motel they’ve been staying in for the last week, the family explained that Mitchell Starc’s ferocious bowling in the 2nd and 3rd sessions of the first day’s cricket had them glued to the screen.
“I mean we lost our home last week to the fires, and the insurance company is already trying to do some of their best work, but as ScoMo said, the cricket has really given us something to cheer about,” Emily Wilson, the mother explained to us.
This comes after the Prime Minister yesterday tweeted a photo of him chatting to Steve Smith and assuring fire-ravaged communities that the boys in baggy greens would give them something to cheer about.
“We’ve been looking forward for months to the Aussie cricketers taking on the current powerhouses of world cricket, Pakistan.”
“So despite the fact our entire world has been turned upside down and I’ve got no idea what our future holds at the moment, we are really getting behind the cricket, because everyone loves sport, and sport’s the most important thing to everyone in the country.”
“Hopefully Davey Warner gets out there and makes a back to the wall ton as he does so often,” she then laughed.