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Archive for January 2012

Pakistan v England: What The Papers Say

The original article appears on AllOutCricket magazine’s website Chris Airey  takes a look at the newspaper reaction to England’s comprehensive first Test  defeat in Dubai that saw the world’s No.One Test side humbled by 10  wickets. England’s dismal batting England supporters have enjoyed an 18-month period in which English blades  dispatched red leather time and … Continue reading

Chris Wood Interview – I can play for England

Hampshire’s Chris Wood spoke to Boundary Magazine about his amazing start to his professional career, and now the 21-year-old hopes to emulate teammate and close friend James Vince by braking into the England set-up. In 2011, you ended the CB40 campaign as the leading wicket-taker – how was last year for you? It was a nice achievement, … Continue reading

Richard Jones Interview: Worcestershire aiming for survival

Worcestershire fast bowler Richard Jones talks about the club’s County Championship survival last season and looks forward to the 2012 campaign, with Australian opener Phillip Hughes added to the Royals’ ranks. You avoided relegation from Division One of the County Championship last season against all the odds. Did that represent a good campaign? If you … Continue reading

Tom Poynton Interview – It will be a big challenge

Tom Poynton is looking forward to the challenge of becoming Derbyshire’s new number one keeper, but he also insists that he can play a key role down the order with the bat. Former captain Luke Sutton called an end to his 14-year professional career in December, which he spent six years at the County Ground, … Continue reading

Michael Clarke creates history at the SCG

Australia captain Michael Clarke batted through day two to score the second highest score ever at the Sydney Cricket Ground and to leave his side firmly in control in the second Test against India. Clarke batted out the entire second day to end unbeaten on 251, his highest total in Tests, as his side accumulated … Continue reading

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