I remember sledging
a mile from the top of Chopwell to the bridge at Blackhall Mill.
If someone comes with sledging
, people deal with it in different ways.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Pascoe however, said that he does not think that today's players have attained the level of sledging
performed by former greats like Jeff Thompson, Dennis Lillee or Matthew Hoggard, although he added that most of the 'talk' during his days was in state and grade cricket.
She said: "The sledging
incident occurred five weeks after he was given a final warning for previous unprofessional behaviour that involved wrestling pupils.
It is believed the 10-year-old girl was sledging
down a sloping drive into the roadway when the accident happened.
Cricketers now make sure they are nowhere near they microphone at the stumps before sledging
You are," she said to the Man-in-Charge, "far too old to be sledging
Since Ian Chappell introduced sledging
in the 70s it has always been as much a part of Australia as Kylie, kangaroos and convicts and, like the boomerang, it's always come back at us as soon as we've hurled it.
WHAT better way to spend a snowy day off school than to go sledging
in your local park?
means running whitewater hanging on to a body board-like plastic sled and kicking with fins.
The traditional winter pastime of sledging
today became the latest children's favourite to be branded too dangerous.
Sydney, Nov 28 ( ANI ): Former Australian captain Greg Chappell has said that the much-publicised sledging
battle between England and Australia during the Ashes opener in Brisbane has been overplayed.
A POPULAR Great Ayton sledging
spot was left in a mess by people having fun in the snow recently.
If your sledging
days are behind you, then the sledge doubles as a snow shovel, so you can keep your path clear.
A TEACHER who took two pupils sledging
for 10 minutes after a design and technology class was yesterday told he was guilty of unacceptable professional conduct.