| After the West Indies record one-day defeat by Australia - We're not really batting ... from the captain to the cook.
Richie Richardson (1995)
| After Trevor Chappell's underhand delivery prevented New Zealand from winning a limited overs game -Australians Have An Underarm Problem.
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| During the 1975 World Cup final- ' They've scored off the last 15 balls -now difficult not only to bowl a maiden over, but apparently a maiden delivery.
| In the first World Cup final- Clive Lloyd hits him high away over mid-wicket for four, a stroke of a man knocking a thistle top with a walking stick.
John Arlott (1975)
| Inner rings are splendid for those within them.
Peter Roebuck Tangled up in White
| On limited-over cricket- Sixteen needed from two overs. If we win, jubilation; if we lose, despair. It matters not how we played the game, but whether we won - or lost.
Vic Marks (1988)
| On one-day cricket- The dot ball has become the Holy Grail.
| On the early days of Sunday League cricket- For six days, thou shall push up and down the line, but on the seventh day thou shall swipe.
Doug Padgett (1969)
| One-day cricket is like fast food. No one wants to cook.
Viv Richards (1988)