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First broadcast at 19:00 19 Jul 2012
A round-up of the day's action in the first Test at the Kia Oval, with commentary and analysis by Michael Vaughan, Geoffrey Boycott and Simon Hughes.
Catch the best bits of the second day's play from the Kia Oval.
almost 2 years ago
trying to spot myself on the tele
I have been 'watching' this an hour now and still only at lunch! Awful streaming.
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So three South Africans have been dismissed without England bowling a ball... Namely Trott, Strauss and Peitersen...
I say this is an absolute travesty! the old boy just wants to sit down, pour a nice glass of port and watch the bally cricket once in a while. Channel 5 chaps you are a disgrace to my fellow English men
bread bread bread
SORT IT OUT! GET THE HIGHLIGHTS ON!!!!!!!
...And England have one the second test. Highlights of Test 1 Day 1 are available now...
Great highlights - I'll be able to watch them after work tomorrow when second day is finished.... Absolute joke. Don't advertise if you can't deliver - ridiculous coverage.
SORT IT OUT! At least you could offer an explanation as to why the highlights take so long to put up. Move them back to Channel 4!
the other annoying thing is that the cricket highlights are advertised on the front page of the site. why not say when they become available?
this happens every time, people have to work and get up early we cant all watch it at 4 in the morning or whenever you chaps bother to put it up.. not one to get annoyed easily i have to say this is really awful for cricket fans who really enjoy the programmes you put out
i think its because they have to wait until Sky have shown their highlights first. It is sometimes past midnight by the time they've put them on
Highlights are available on TenCricketHighlights.Com
C5 where are the highlights?? if TenCricketHighlights.Com can put this match highlights as early then y dont u??
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