Sunday, February 18, 2007

Key's cool hand

All those rainy days down at Canterbury have paid off for one member of the Kent squad.
Robert Key, the former England player, came runner-up in a celebrity poker tournament for the sports world last week and pocketed £10,000 in the process.
Key made it through to the Finals table and finished second to snooker's Ken Doherty, who always looks a man who could be a dab hand at Poker, after all he also plays on baize. The Irishman walked away with £20,000.
Ed Giddins and Andrew Flintoff are two other cricketers who are thought to be pretty good at Poker.