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Nick Whittock lives in an ideal world where cricket reigns supreme.

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Nick is the world's foremost cricket speculator. His first book 'covers' is out very soon through COD, an imprint of Cordite Poetry Review. Nick is also providing Cordite with a blog commentary on this summer's test matches.

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Justin Langer

nick whittock lives in a perfect world where cricket prevails.

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Jan Ullrich v Lance Armstrong

Katherine and Nick work together and send each other a lot of very important emails.

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Katherine and Nick work together and send each other a lot of very important emails.

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India vs Australia 03/04

Nick Whittock lives in an ideal world where cricket prevails.

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Steve Waugh and His Current Insignificance when at the Crease

steve waugh is a strange sport where manoeuvres barely visible is crooked and ask if they think steve of matchfixing if mark waugh can be bought the game and its most visible gorillamama. cricket was one of them. steve waugh …

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Brett Lee

Over the past four issues, Cordite has featured a number of poems by self-professed cricket tragic, Nick Whittock. In fact, Nick's poems were the genesis of the current Test Match issue.

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Sonny Rollins

Nick Whittock is perhaps one of Australia's foremost cricket theorists. He currently lives in Melbourne but hopes one day to become a life-member of the Kameruka C.C.

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Nick Whittock: Watching the Grass Grow

When it is cricket that is the matter, all forces return to the ball at the limits of the universe. The grass is still growing. It is photosynthesising, there is a flow of moisture involved here among other things (sunlight, carbon dioxide…)

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Q&A with Nick Whittock

Melbourne poet and raconteur Nick Whittock recently took time out from writing his inimitable cricket poems in order to face 12 questions sent down the wires by friend and fellow cricket tragic, Sam Kidman.

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