Are we only allowed to celebrate amazing sporting achievements done by Australian’s provided we like them?
That seems to be the mood amongst some fools regarding Dave Warner’s triple century on Saturday.
It was like Warner was on a hiding to nothing and that people expected him to either retire on 334 runs or go for 400.
Calls of “Flat Track Bully” and “Only against Pakistan” are uncalled for.
How do you think you would go facing the likes of Shaheen Afridi for hours on in?
It’s understandable to not like Warner, but you’ve got to respect and admire what he achieved on the weekend.
Triple Centuries are rare and should be celebrated.
Don’t be a negative nancy about it.
Now, if you’ll excuse me off to purchase my limited edition memorabilia to celebrate the occasion, one of 50,000 if you don’t mind.
Insanely good! 💪
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) November 30, 2019
Where else would you rather be on a Monday than in the Sapphire Coast having a punt with the Profit Prophet’s tips?
His best bet for today is in Race 7 – Freaky Freckles
“Freaky Freckles hasn’t been seen at the races since May, but she is a proven fresh performer and has a class edge over her rivals in the last at the Sapphire Coast today. The three-year-old daughter of Al Maher ran third behind Stronger on debut at Kembla Grange late last year and resumed this year to record an easy win at this track and distance; ending her prep in a 1200m race at Rosehill behind Kubrick.”
The Profit Prophet has the perfect elixir to cure the punter's Monday blues, prescribing a dose of value packed tips across the card at the Sapphire Coast!
— NedsAU (@NedsAus) December 1, 2019