turning ipl into ashes...

shared by straight point on Tuesday, April 21, 2009


i think delhi dare devils and mumbai indians has every ingredient in them...to make for a great ipl rivalry to the tune of ashes...

the tradition...
the players...
the platform...
the fans...
and finally the bloggers...

infact during off season...the franchisee of both can arrange 'home' and 'away' series of say 3 matches to cultivate this ipl ashes...which i am sure gonna be far more intense...

what say...?

ps:
i might have given modi another idea to milk money from...but who cares...

8 comments:

Naked Cricket said...

that's on, def an idea there.

as will be the ncr ipl games - delhi vs gurgaon vs noida vs ghaziabad vs faridabad

Ankit Poddar said...

that is quite an idea, SP!

i hope modi reads your blog, just for the sake of inciting this rivalry!

though i may just end up on the side opp to you and NC!

straight point said...

you are already planning to dilute the rivalry NC...?

straight point said...

anything for the rivalry ankit...anything... :)

Sam said...

100 crore rupayo ka idea. MI and DD are best teams of this edition. i vie for this 2 teams simply for presence of 1) tendulkar 2) zaks 3) bhajji in MI and the opening duo of Indian test team in DD along with Pidge.....

har saal 3 matcho ki series karwao. jo jeete use 100 rs ka inam do!!

straight point said...

thanks sam!!

100 crore se seedha 100 rs...good progress... ;-))

Kinka said...

what an idea....all street players will get employment (chance to play). if it happens, it should be given name as "SP Rojgaar Yojna"

straight point said...

"SP Rojgaar Yojna"

hahaha...good one kinka... :)

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