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Last 50 tweets from @MartinPakulaMP
Could the Fairhaven Surf Club be any more cliched in its perfection. What a joint. Perfect for a horde of kids and their parents. As good as any surf club in Australia. And yes that includes the Noosa RSL. Other contenders?
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
You could have gone the shorts? Would have been close to 40 degrees up there.
Congratulations to Joan Murphy and the connections of Patch Adams - winner of the ⁦@SeppeltWines⁩ Great Western Cup
Wonderful to see race fans out and about at Great Western Cup day @SeppeltWines @Country_Racing
Too right. What we’d have given for our own Rishabh Pant in the series just gone. Australia’s top order is simply not good enough for us to have turned our nose up at Maxwell the way we have.
Not sure about the headline... but this article is a thorough summary of the hopeless mismanagement of Glenn Maxwell's Test career by the powers that be. We'll never know the internal politics... but what a waste of one of Australia's most talented cricketers. #AUSvIND
Couldn’t happen to a better bloke 😳
Replying to @PuntingBaron
Don’t fret. I lose more than I win
This has never happened to me before, but

* Quaddie on

* Knocked out in 3rd leg

* Stopped caring

* Get paid out as winner in said quaddie

* Find out the horse that knocked you out in 3rd leg was the sub and one of your runners was a late scratching

In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Love that list Martin. Even the 2nd 10 is hard to pick ... D Boon M Waugh N Lyon K Hughes J Langer R Marsh J Gillespie D Jones J Thomson M Johnson M Slater M Hussey I Chappell D Warner
In reply to @DamianWhite42
Warne Lillee Ponting Chappell McGrath Waugh Smith Gilchrist Border Hayden
Replying to @EJW_Stein @DamianWhite42 and 1 otherfalse
Same ten, different order 👍
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Smith and Hayden drop out for mine. Boon and Thommo in (I’m same vintage - earliest proper cricket memory is summer holiday listening to Windies tour of Australia- must be 1975/76? (Not sure my memories of 74/75 ashes aren't false memories)
Replying to @TeamBloomart @andrewwatson74 and 1 otherfalse
Also easy to forget that Hayden had over 100 tests, scored 30 tons and had a test average above 50! What we’d give for that now
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Smith and Hayden drop out for mine. Boon and Thommo in (I’m same vintage - earliest proper cricket memory is summer holiday listening to Windies tour of Australia- must be 1975/76? (Not sure my memories of 74/75 ashes aren't false memories)
Replying to @TeamBloomart @andrewwatson74 and 1 otherfalse
Thommo was next for me. I’d struggle to have Boon ahead of Clarke, Hussey and Langer
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Martin we’re the same age. Respectfully say Gilly wouldn’t have been able to make same impact pre Border. Big fan all the same!
I think Gilchrist was an extraordinary player
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Think you might have missed the mighty David Boon on the list comrade?
Can’t have him ahead of any of those 10
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Recency bias. R Marsh better than Gilchrist pound-for-pound given the difference in styles of the eras.
Not at all. I grew up loving Rod Marsh. But Gilly was as good a gloveman, and a far better bat. Healy was a better gloveman than either. Gilchrist changed the way the game is played. He’s the best keeper-batsman in history
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
M. Hussey would be outside that bracket, but not by much.
Yeah Hussey was close. He’s in a bracket with Langer, Clarke and Mark Waugh just outside the top echelon
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
No spot in the top 10 for Hooksy? Every kid wanted to bat like him in the late 70s, early 80s.
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
1. SK Warne 2. GS Chappell 3. GD McGrath 4. RT Ponting 5. AK Gilchrist 6. DK Lillee 7. AR Border 8. SPD Smith 9. SR Waugh 10. ML Hayden
Also a good list! Although there is no universe in which I’d have McGrath ahead of Lillee
In reply to @cadelucas
Also, Border is too low. I might have Border top of the lot. Not for talent, though he's not far off on that score, but for sheer influence he can't be beat. Without him doing what he did, many of the others mightn't have even had careers, let alone great ones.
If you rate by influence, yes Border would be higher. But on sheer cricket talent and record, I can’t have him above Warne, Gilly, Lillee and Chappell.
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Hard to argue with any of those. Cummins getting pretty close to my top 10 from similar vintage. Hayden might have to be bumped
Nah. Few more would get in ahead of Lyon. Jeff Thomson for starters
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Dirk Wellham?
Yes he was 11. Was a tight contest with Scott Muller
I’m 52 and have been watching cricket since 1974/75. My top 10 Aussie cricketers since then -:
1. SK Warne
2. AC Gilchrist
3. DK Lillee
4. GS Chappell
5. AR Border
6 RT Ponting
7 GD McGrath
8 ML Hayden
9 SR Waugh
10 SPD Smith

Thoughts @collinsadam? Anyone want to do their own?
Agree 💯 %
As a Vic fan this is disappointing. Both in our best XI and should be selected when available. 2 aus tours in March there will be plenty of opportunities for young Vic bats. putting a line through them as test cricketers when we have no #5 is ridiculous…
More gigs have been announced for 2021 Sounds Better Together & tickets are on sale. You can find a show in any part of Victoria - Mallacoota, Rutherglen, the Surf Coast, Warrnambool, the Yarra Valley, San Remo, StKilda & Melbourne. Do yourself a favour!
2021 Sounds Better Together
In reply to @Warwick_Long
Toobs winning is the upset we need after losing the test series to India.
Toobs disappearing from the shelves made life the poorer
In reply to @Warwick_Long
Replying to @Warwick_Long
Toobs poor showing here (thus far) is a travesty
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Any chance Martin your amnesia has recovered from hotel quarantine inquiry 🤔 Your memory seems perfect otherwise 🙄
Replying to @turtlemagpies
Another one who can’t think of a single other sledge.
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Hope they send you a confirmation email as we all know you won’t recall who got your vote. #creepingassumptionsareabitch
Replying to @DavidRu26648881 @allstarmile and 1 otherfalse
Yeah. You’ve had your fun. Blocked for being boring and unoriginal
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Pretty simple Marty, just as you are free to have a crack at me I’m supporting the notion of Freedom of Speech ... it’s just that your leader loves to stoke up a divisive debate
Replying to @georgiecrozier
You may as well have the hashtag #pokemon. It’s no more relevant. In case it needs saying, criticising Court for her comments & believing she’s not worthy of a gong, does not impinge on her #FreedomofSpeech in any way, shape or form. It suggests she’s somehow a victim. She’s not.
Georgie. Would you mind explaining - coherently - what place the #FreedomOfSpeech hashtag has here? Are you suggesting freedom of speech = freedom from criticism?

P.s. I know you won’t be able to because it’s nonsense, and you know it. But have a crack
#Andrews you’re entitled to your views, but your deliberate divisive comments don’t do anything for tolerance & respect. #Hypocrite #FreedomOfSpeech #springst…
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Which one do I vote for?
I’ve cast my vote in the @allstarmile - let’s all vote to get the best field we can @TheValley on March 13th!
Joseph Robinette Biden Jnr. What a name.
Replying to @DrBlackVelvet
American sport and public life really has had the best names Kenesaw Mountain Landis William Tecumseh Sherman Franklin Delano Roosevelt Branch Rickey Steny Hoyer They go on and on
In reply to @rohan_connolly
You can give a shit don’t send it around to all the other people that don’t give a shit.
Martin Pakula Retweeted ·  
Congrats to the Indian cricket team @BCCI That’s one of the best series wins I can ever remember on Aust soil & to do it after being bowled out for 36, plus a depleted squad-shows tremendous character, resilience, courage & belief. Just fantastic @RaviShastriOfc @ajinkyarahane88
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
Brings to mind a certain game of football at Princes Park (Round 22 if i recall) on the 30th of August in 1997 ...
Martin Pakula Retweeted ·  
All out.
That was half an Indian 2nd XI at a ground Australia doesn’t lose test matches.
Staggering. #AUSvsIND
“Can’t wait to get you to the Gabba.....”

Ashwin will be 😂😂
This is absolutely amazing. Privileged to see it #AUSvIND
If this was Australia chasing down this target on day 5 we would be banging on about how gutsy our batsmen were. We wouldn’t be hanging it on the Indian attack. Might be time to just acknowledge how brave the Indians have been instead of whinging about our bowlers. #INDvsAUSTest
Replying to @heath_buck
Might be time to acknowledge they’re probably a better team too. And they’re doing this without Kohli, Bumrah, Shami, Ashwin, Jadeja and Sharma
Massive 2 sessions coming up which could either gloss over a poor series from Aussies or expose heaps of cracks. Undermanned Indians have been awesome. Too many Aussies below par, only Marnus, Smith, Cummins, Hazlewood & Green g’teed to hold spots
Martin Pakula Retweeted ·  
Professional basketball will return to Victoria for the first time since March last year when United play the Phoenix in Bendigo on January 31.…
Melbourne United, SEM Phoenix return home to Victoria for round three
The commentator?
Replying to @rdhinds
Isn’t the upside of setting the Indians an unachievable target that you can maintain attacking fields (all day if you need to)?
Martin Pakula Retweeted ·  
Wonderful to be at @MCG today for the unveiling of Daniher’s Way. A fantastic tribute and deserving honour. @NealeDaniher @FightMND @DanielAndrewsMP @MartinPakulaMP
In reply to @MartinPakulaMP
I disagree. Unfortunately test match cricket needs this in the long run. Agree with that being wrong but Aussies if they had the balls to gain more test points if they won the series. Maybe more points should be awarded to the series winner...!?
Replying to @Oracle995
I’m not into it. Test series have always stood alone - Ashes, Border - Gavaskar, Frank Worrall trophy - and that’s been great I reckon
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