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Keith Barker Interview – I Want More Cricket

Former professional footballer Keith Barker has always had dreams of playing for England – but he probably imagined it being at Wembley, rather than Lords. The 25-year-old all-rounder burst onto the County scene with Warwickshire in 2009 and has claimed 28 wickets and scored 558 runs in his first 17 First-class matches. Now he is hoping to … Continue reading

Ross Whiteley Interview – I can play for England

After a watershed season, in which he scored his maiden first-class ton against Northants before notching another against Kent, Derbyshire’s Ross Whiteley is hoping to catch the attention  of the England selectors. The talented left-hander set tongues wagging with an impressive return of 644 Championship runs at 40.25, as well as some hard-hitting Twenty20 cameos, and is currently … Continue reading

David Saker Interview – Bowlers Best in the World

England’s fast bowling coach David Saker has only been in the job for 18 months but in that time he has played a key role in the astronomical rise that has seen Andrew Strauss’ side break their Ashes hoodoo Down Under before sending India packing in comprehensive fashion to claim the title of the world’s … Continue reading

Underarm Incident: History re-written in funny advert

On 1st February 1981, when Australia was playing New Zealand in a One Day International cricket match, the third of five such matches in the final of the Benson & Hedges World Series Cup, the black caps required six of the final ball to tie the game. In order to prevent this, Australian captain Greg Chappell … Continue reading

Niall O’Brien Interview – Northants Will Go Up

Wicketkeeper Niall O’Brien believes the Steelbacks can return to where they belong and gain promotion to the LV = County Championship Division One in 2012. The Irish International recently competed in the Hong Kong Sixes Tournament where he was able to display his explosive one-day hitting. Now back in the UK, O’Brien has a packed … Continue reading

Tony Palladino Interview: I have more to give

Derbyshire’s LV = County Championship player of the year Tony Palladino believes he still has more to offer in the shorter forms of the game. Palladino claimed 52 wickets in the Championship in his first year with the Falcons after he was released by Essex in 2010. In the one-day format he claimed six wickets … Continue reading

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