Australia looks set to lose one of its most treasured leaders, with Test Captain Michael Clarke confirming he may have played his last cricket. This is a tragedy. Not only is Clarke scoring centuries and providing inspirational leadership during an emotionally-difficult period, but tragically, he should have had plenty of good years ahead of him.…Read More Losing a Leader in Office: Will Clarke be a JFK or a Harold Holt?
Test debutant Mitchell Marsh may have joked about kicking his “glamour girlfriend” out of bed in favour of his baggy green. However, The Public Apology can reveal that things escalated later that night once the lights went out – and passion took over. “I wasn’t expecting things to move past the platonic stage, but the…Read More Marsh Fucks Baggy Green
Local cricket fan Craig Farley has reportedly unfollowed his former idol Shane Warne on Instagram, with the cricketer’s torrent of cute baby animal pics forcing the issue. In the wake of Warne’s bewildering recent decision to upload a series of photos featuring baby kangaroos, rolly-polly puppies and lions snuggling one another, Mr Farley made the…Read More ‘Enough is Enough’: Local Man Makes Tough Decision To ‘Unfollow’ Shane Warne
A young cricketing prodigy has surprised everyone around him by declaring he has no real intention of playing for Australia. The boy, 15, who opens the batting and bowling for his local representative team and boasts a “very safe pair of hands,” according to sources, is considered by everyone around him to be the ‘next…Read More Young Kid Actually Pretty Realistic About Chances of Playing for Australia
A paunchy, middle-aged man who retired from grade cricket over a decade ago still pathetically looks up the results in the paper every Sunday morning, The Public Apology can report. Rick White, 46, reluctantly retired from grade cricket in 2003 upon finding out wife Milly was pregnant with their second child. But despite an 11-year…Read More Middle-Aged Man Still Pathetically Looks Up Grade Cricket Results