‘When on earth will they use COMMON SENSE?’
The Reds community have been setting their chat channels to mute after their data limits were tested this morning in the wake of former wicket keeper Matthew Wade’s latest English ton in a touring Australia A side.
Wade took to the bowling of household name James Philip Arthur Taylor, the 18 year old two match Derbyshire veteran.
After disposing of J-PAT, as his leigon of insta followers call him, Wade then remarkably destroyed the infamous leg spin of MJJ Critchley who’s staggering run of 5 wickets in 10 county matches has the cricket world in a lather.
If that wasn't enough to send the emabattled Aussie selectors reaching for the big red phone used only for the Marsh brothers, the next chapter surely would.
Fynn Hudson-Prentice arrived fresh from his 7 wickets in as many games for the Derby 2nd XI. Rather than crumble, the fragile 22 Test charge in Wade was equal to the right arm medium pace of F H-P taking him for 22 from an over.
'IT'S RIDICULOUS' tapped out a club loudmouth that mysteriously did not want to be identified.
'GET HIM IN! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!'
The chat on an unidentified platform is said to be closed to club powerbrokers and figures of influence.
The source for this story would not confirm if members of the clubs infamous 3rd XI were privvy to these messages but suggested it sounded very much like content the turf grade would rabidly digest.
Despite attempts to calm the salivating club loudmouth with salient selection considerations like the Australian Cricket Team already having a wicket keeper and captain, LM typed on.
'Our best hope to win the Ashes is an injury to our skipper'
Sources have suggested that this is when chat members seemed to switch their chats to mute with another insider saying 'look it was monday morning and I had actual work to do. If these blokes want to get worked up about a tour match in June that's their business.'
Club President was reached for comment but urged calm in what is a colourful time for The Reds;
'Comrades passion can often be voiced on various channels but should not take tweets by bored AFL journos as gospel'