Rules are rules – we must play fair
OF course cricketers have tried to gain an illegal advantage BENIDORM is the place to be Near to a beach and the deep blue sea The sun shines out in every direction You need plenty of sun cream for skin protection The long promenade should attract your attention And hills up above are well worth a mention Our apartment and many more had a swimming pool If you wanted a dip or just to stay cool You can wander afar, have midday meals Or hire a car and do the same on wheels There’s a submarine trip worth having a go Through windows you can see over the years by ball tampering but this latest cheating was organised and premeditated, as has emerged since the incident, and not an isolated occurrence by a player.
Mr Cessford says, quote, “so what”. I take it he would have the rules (laws) of sport be what goes on below Visit the open day market or the interior as well Plenty of shops you can buy what they sell There are Spanish meals and English too, so take your pick And decide what to do You’ll find night entertainment and nightclubs galore But be wary if you haven’t been before The staff all around are superb and supreme You’ll want to return be it all in a dream The options are plenty so where else can you go Ask at reception, they’re sure to know.
SID WESTON, North Gosforth ignored and cheating condemned. The fault was not that they forgot the 11th commandment “You shall not get caught”, as you say, but rather “Do not take sandpaper onto the pitch with a nefarious object in mind!”
GE SHEPHERD, Whitley Bay