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Former Sky Sports presenter Kevin Cadle has died at the age of 62. Cadle, who joined the Sky Sports team after a career coaching basketball, started out as an NBA and NFL Europe presenter before moving onto the NFL in 1998. “Kevin presented our NFL…

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  • Barry Seebaran

    Give credit where credit is due Sky Sports. I posted this video on YouTube in 2006 and shared it with many in the international cricket community, including Brett Lee, Adam Gilchrist, Shaun Tait and Darren Sammy …

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8OEze30NAHo

  • WILL WE BE GETTING ANY SHANE WARNE THIS SERIES, FAR SUPERIOR TO PONTING!

  • Brian greenhalgh

    Can David Lloyd please explain what the raised walkway attached to the score board is for . I have never seen anything like it at any other cricket ground – thank you

  • mickthemackem

    For me the Sky coverage ( the only show in town ) was ruined by the adverts. Too frequent and too long. It used to be at the fall of a wicket and drinks there was one quick advert. Now its also at the end of some overs and its two or three adverts. Very poor indeed.

  • Bill Robinson

    Shane can you remember where and when this was taken . Enjoying the coverage but not the way things are going for our lads.

  • cass

    Im reading in National press that the Indian school lad that scored 1000 runs in an innings played on a pitch where one boundary rope was only 30 yds from the wicket……that kinda deflates the score.????

  • mickthemackem

    Two things.
    10 Sky coverage of cricket is ruined for me by too many adverts.
    20 Balance, Hales and Vince out back to counties to learn.
    Ian Bell back in and Scott Borthwick from Durham. He is a leg spinner who can bat.

  • David Stewart

    Re: Ireland beating the West Indies in 1969, Mr Colville is merely the latest to repeat the urban myth about the tourists being blind drunk the night before.
    To quote from the autobiography of Dermott Montieth:”This is nonsense! The Test at Lords had finished the evening before. A fairly exhausted West Indies side flew into Aldergrove and travelled on to the North West where they had a reasonably early night. What caused the problem was good, straight, short of a length bowling by Alec O’Riordan and Dougie Goodwin on a slow wicket on which the West Indies insisted on playing airy front foot shots which only carried to mid-off or extra cover.
    Having got themselves into trouble they found, try as they might, they could not get out of it and only a last wicket partnership doubled the score from 12 for 9…..”
    It is disappointing that after thirty odd years in cricket broadcasting, Charles appears not to know this.
    A correction on air would be a nice gesture to the surviving members of both XIs.