Sport is back in the news after the axe fell on the sport of football.
The BBC reports the axe has hit the sport once again, but this time in an interesting way: it is no longer an axe but a cricket ball.
The axe was originally intended to be a ball that could be dropped by the fielding team and used to chop down trees.
Now, however, it is being used to cut down trees and other things.
It is also a ball with a hole in the bottom.
The news came in the form of a tweet from cricket legend Clive Lloyd.
In his tweet, he wrote: “So @CricketWorld has returned to cricket.
It will be fun watching them cut trees.”
The tweet has now been retweeted by many sports commentators, including Steve Waugh, who wrote: “It is like playing a golf game, but on a cricket pitch.
The idea is to let a ball cut the trees.
So if you’re a cricket fan, don’t be fooled by the axe and keep on playing cricket.”
However, the cricket world is not yet happy with this news, with former England captain Michael Vaughan writing: This is yet another example of the axe falling in the cricket game.
It seems to be just the latest in a long list of events which have led to the demise of a great game.
This is a sport which needs a bit of the “banging” in the life of the game.
It is time for a change.
The axe is a cricket.
The ball is a ball.
(Image: AFP/Getty Images) Cricketer Steve Woosnam, who is a member of the Ashes team, told BBC Sport that it was a “wonderful thing to see”.
He said: “It’s a good way to bring people together and get people involved in the game.”
“It’s good to see people talking about the game again, it’s a really positive thing.”
(Source: Getty Images)The new England cricket team are expected to be the first team in a decade to compete in the Ashes in 2018.
Lloyd said he was not aware of the incident, and did not know if the ball had been dropped or not.
He said that it could be that the ball was not being used because it had already been dropped, or it could have been dropped and it was dropped later.
The tweet has been retweeting by cricket fans and cricket players.
Cricket legend Clive Boyd (@clive_loyd) February 13, 2020It is likely that the tweet is a reference to the recent incident when the BBC was criticised for dropping a cricket on the ground.
A lot of people have been using the cricket term ‘banging’ in relation to cricket, and there is a perception that cricket balls are a bit heavier than cricket pitches.
It’s just the cricket ball that is being played on a football pitch.
It does not mean that the cricket balls will be lighter than the football pitch, it just means that the ground on which the ball is being pitched is a bit lighter than a cricket ground.