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Monday, October 18, 2010

Mellow yellow Monday: Cricket




http://mellowyellowmonday.blogspot.com/

Cricket is the second most popular sports in New Zealand, after rugby.

The kids start early, and here in Coyle's park, some kids were playing cricket.

12 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Perfect for Mellow Yellow, Ann..... I've heard of Cricket and Rugby of course---but our popular sports here in the USA are football, baseball, basketball and soccer...

Have a great week.
Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

This is a wonderful Mellow Yellow Monday post. As the weather improves I'm sure you'll have many more youngsters playing in the parks.

Ginny said...

Gosh, I don't even know how to play it, but this is sure a really pretty set! I'd like to buy it and just set it out in the yard for looks! I bet it would attract happy children!

rainfield61 said...

I follow many games, but never be a good player.

Yes, you can bring your students to my place for all the little little spirits around.

You may find another spider over here.

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour!
about your comment:
Nancy is situated in the heart of Lorraine,
a North-East region of France.
More about Nancy at Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy

Léia

Icy BC said...

Beautiful yellow!

To answer your question, black eyed Susan is a perennial flowers, they come back every year!

Life Ramblings said...

i was never any good at sports but crickets are fun to watch. great find for yellow.

Kay L. Davies said...

Okay, let me guess (because I really don't know anything about cricket) -- the first picture is the cricket bat and the second is the cricket wicket?
Am I right? Is there a prize for the first Canadian to figure it out? (Just kidding.)
Very very yellow, and you get to teach us something at the same time. Super.

Kay, Alberta

mARTy said...

wanna try that game one day- have a good one

Eden said...

My kids love cricket too. Lovely yellow.

lina@happy family said...

Great entry!
Cricket isn't popular sport here...

Madi and Mom said...

Ann excellent song and very very informative post about your beautiful country!!!

Thank you for always posting such inspiring songs.
Madi and Mom