Tawdry Drama of Small Fish Posturing in History's Big Pond
Byline: IAN WOOLDRIDGE
DOMINIC CORK, described in some handbooks as an England all-rounder, and Adam Parore, the New Zealand batsman and wicketkeeper, do not like one another.
What provoked this estrangement is classified information, but their hostility is evident whenever they are in fang-baring range of one another.
It is not that they are not on speaking terms. Far from it. They do little else but slag one another off and much of the speculation on the third day of this extraordinary Test match - extraordinary in that both teams have done everything possible to lose it - concerned the precise wording of their most venomous exchange.
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Publication information: Article title: Tawdry Drama of Small Fish Posturing in History's Big Pond. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Mail (London). Publication date: February 17, 1997. Page number: 55. © 2007 Daily Mail. COPYRIGHT 1997 Gale Group.
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