It has been said that the English, not being by nature a religious people, invented cricket to give them some idea of Eternity. This is blatant bluff, though it does indicate that cricket is not to be treated lightly or dismissed merely as a sport. Bored almost beyond endurance, the uninitiated, watching or even playing cricket will moan, "What's the point of it?" Bluffers know that there is no point to cricket any more than there is a point to tennis, ballet, rose gardens or nouvelle cuisine.Yapp, Nick is the author of 'Bluffer's Guide to Cricket' with ISBN 9781902825496 and ISBN 1902825497.
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