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The Ashes 2010/11: Graeme Swann Tweets England Victory?

January 6, 2022 | Maddy Rowe

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The Ashes 2010/11: Graeme Swann Tweets England Victory?

Twitter, the online social networking and micro blogging service is now attracting users in their droves, in fact some 190,000, with at least 65 million tweets a day with some 800,000 search queries per day. Pretty impressive you would say for a site that launched July 2006. With the increase in user numbers comes not just the likes of you and me but for many a celebrity as well including those from the music, sport and TV/Movie world.

Today its the turn of cricket, and England’s right-arm off spinner “Graeme Swann,” tweeting his comments about The Ashes and what looks to be a possible win for the England side. It seems as Metro reported that the Aussies are looking at another innings defeat in the fifth and final test, after finishing 151 runs behind England’s first innings total at the end of day four. In what will no doubt be an exciting finish, England are hoping to gain a 3-1 series win with three more wickets which will declare them the first England side to win the Ashes since 1986/7 down under.

In delight, Swann tweeted to his fans saying, “Well that was quite a good day really. The toon netting 5 and the cricket went alright too. I hope colly gets a wicket tomorrow.” To celebrate team mates Cook and Bell in gaining their centuries on the third day he tweeted, “I love belly and cooky more than Cumberland sausages and black pudding. Amazing batting today, I didn’t move from the massage bed.”

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