1) We always wear protection. 2) Because with perfect timing we can penetrate a tight ring 3) Once we get in you'll be hit for six 4) We look for gaps and play into them. 5) We are capable of pulling anything. 6) We're not afraid to introduce a third man if required 7) We appreciate legs whether they be fine, short, long or even square. 8) If it starts to get wet we are always sure to have spare sheets and covers. 9) We try to avoid "spraying it" 10) We can go on and on and on for many days!!! Other reasons added by our valued members.... 11) We like to play straight 12) We can bat on both grassy and grassless wickets 13) We build long partnerships. 14) We know how to vary the pace to good effect 15) We believe in good helmet protection 16) We're not afraid to spit on our fingers to get the shiny side gleaming 17) We have remarkable stamina with all-round performance. 18) Because our weapons are often wrapped with at least one if not TWO rubber sleeves 19) We score many times. 20) We understand the need for covers and extra covers 21) We definitely know how to 'bang it in' 22) We appreciate a good tail-end 23) Cricketers know for sure that 69 for 2 is a great position to be in. 24) We know how to get a good use of the pitch we play on. 25) We know how to use our bats skillfully while on the crease. 26) We can bowl a maiden over. 27) We know how to arch our backs and give it just that little bit more 28) We're a big fan of video replays 29) We always try to hit the right spot 30) We know how to add that extra bit of pressure 31) We're not afraid of a couple of decent bouncers 32) We never underestimate the value of an overnight stand 33) We usually get through 3 sessions a day 34) We British cricketers relish the chance to go 'down under' 35) We know that chasing a wide one can lead to regret 36) We're not afraid to bring technology into the game 37) We also love to put it in 'The Corridor of Uncertainty' 38) We appreciate the importance of playing in the V. Just accept it, a gentlemans sport can only be played by gentlemen... and of course 'a full toss in the face is always an accident and will be apologised for straight away...'