My week on the Ford Ranger Odyssey – in pictures.

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Going further than ever before.

I went to Namibia last Sunday for the start of the Ranger Odyssey expecting sand, scenery and some special driving opportunities in the new Ford Ranger.

All expectations were completely blown away though, as I fell in love with a car that provided amazing experience after another in the most extraordinary of locations.

Here are just some pics from the hundreds of photos I took.

My week on the Ford Ranger Odyssey – in videos

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Ford tough in motion.

As you may have noticed from the Tweets and Instagram posts, I have had the most brilliant week in the north west of Namibia in the incredible Ford Ranger.

Naturally it is pretty much impossible to share my experiences, as each day provided a different kind of adventure within an adventure, but I shall try with some videos and photos.

First up, the videos.

TheBounce’s Weekend Preview – 12 September.

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For my 100th Test, we shall beat the All Blacks.

I have been in the wild all week with the Ranger Odyssey, and had no contact to sport at all.

If you have had a similar week, well then you have come to the right place as here is your weekend preview with all the big fixtures you need to know about.

All Blacks vs Springboks top the bill, with a whole bunch more on offer after that.

Proteas player progress report after Zimbabwean Triangular series.

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One step closer

A comfortable 6 wicket win with 9 overs to spare, the Proteas were the deserved winners in the final of the Zimbabwean Triangular season that was actually very enthralling.

It was always going to be SA vs Aus in the final, but getting there taught us a great deal, so let’s have a look at the progress of this team through the tournament, and how they shape up going towards the World Cup in a few months time.

The Beast that saves Faf’s balls.

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If you have played cricket and have suffered a blow to the box, you will know that it is bizarrely uncomfortable. You think that plastic protecter has your back, or balls in this case, but it doesn’t really. Faf’s balls have taken a beating over the years, so he decided to invent his own protector.

I wonder how Tendai Mtawarira feels about Faf shoving ‘The beast’ in his pants before striding out to the crease…