Reduced crowds at sport feel like a halfway-house destined to collapse | Barney Ronay

Surrey’s staff did an admirable job in preparing for the return of spectators but our sporting spaces were not designed for this

“They choppered in the T-bones and the beer and turned it into a beach party. But the more they tried to make it like home, the more they made everybody miss it.”

It was the sound that really got you. The delivery was slightly over-pitched from Shaheen Afridi, bounding in a little wildly from the Pavilion End. Will Jacks is a tall batsman. He didn’t move much, just leant forward from the knees and flashed his wrists through the line of the ball with a controlled kind of violence.

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