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Ben Cutting: What he said, really meant and definitely did not


Ben Cutting Cannot Find Much Luck In The Corner Stores

What he said :

“If you could buy luck in a corner store, I’d throw my life savings at it.”

Young Aussie paceman, Ben Cutting, is cut up with his side strain that effectively ended his chances of playing the second Test against New Zealand at Hobart.

What he really meant:

“Good fortune,like gold and oil,is in short supply—even more so for pace bowlers.”

What he definitely didn’t:

“I wonder what the odds are on my recovery at Ladbrokes?”


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