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Thomas Kelly is an English Literature Lecturer in London, UK. He is a fan of cricket and rugby, and has been known to indulge in watching (association) football from time to time. He is also a member of a cricket team for whom he plays badly.
He has a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Geography, an MA in English Studies and a PGCE in Post-16 Education.
I submitted a list to the heads of BR with some provisional tags, but it wasn't comprehensive.
I'm compiling a second list to ask them to add, but I want to get it a little bigger to make it worth it. Needless to say, the LV County Championship will be one of them.
Sorry I've not been too active on the site in recent days, I've been leaving university this week and have been extremely busy. The round table's out - your submission has been revealed in all its glory!
Thanks for continuing to contribute,
Thanks for your interest in the round table and for the pick - maybe we can get it on the front page!
I'll email you with next week's question in good time.
Having been CL of the cricket section for a little while now, I'm looking for new ways to get people talking and build the community, hopefully making cricket one of the more popular sports on Bleacher Report.
With that in mind, I've decided to do a 'Round Table' column, based on Michael Whittenberg's examples in the NBA section. What this basically comprises of is making a collaborative article from many different writers about a particular subject.
The headline I want to use is:
'If you could have any player from another country in your national team, who would it be and why?'.
I want to get a global perspective and hopefully build a really good discussion.
If you want to take part, then please write 50-100 words answering that question and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll collate the quickest entrants and publish an article on BR.
Thanks a lot and hope to hear from you soon,
Thanks for the pick. I have to say seeing Trent Johnston win with that six was a pretty incredible moment, one i didn't think i'd see for a while.