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Caught On Camera

In Caught On Camera this week, The Don terrorises the streets of Sydney, Shane Watson performs a knee-jerk reaction the Aussie selectors would be proud of and we take you into the murky underworld of Chap-Hop.

Well Driven

Don Bradman teaches some young Aussie rapscallions about the virtues of road safety by nearly running one of them over in this charming public safety warning from 1948.

Pup Traps Watto Plum In Front

Some rare footage this. For this, ladies and gentleman, is the only video on record of Shane Watson being hit on the leg bang in front of the stumps and not asking for an umpire review. The fact that he was fielding at the time might have had something to do it.

Stick That In Your Pipe And Smoke It

Cheam’s finest and Chap-Hop pioneer Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer tells it like it is on the means streets and cricket pitches of Surrey, in his own inimitable style.

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