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Chris Airey

Sports Journalist at Staffordshire Uni - writes for DerbyshireCCC, TelfordUtd Programme and AllOutCricket - tries to play a bit of cricket too!!
Chris Airey has written 54 posts for Boundary Magazine

Usman Khawaja expects tight NatWest series

Australia batsman Usman Khawaja still believes the NatWest Series will be a close affair despite England taking a 1-0 lead following their 15-run victory at Lord’s. The 25-year-old has played six Test matches for the Baggy Greens, making his debut in the 2011/12 Ashes series down under against England. Khawaja has never represented his country … Continue reading

Bopara missing for Eagles

Essex entertain Kent in tonight’s Friends Life t20 tie at the Ford County Ground without opening batsman Ravi Bopara. The day-nighter is the Eagles’ first home match in the South Group, but they will have to do without Bopara as he prepares for the final NatWest Series one-day international against West Indies. Young seamer Reece … Continue reading

Jos Buttler eyeing England chance

Jos Buttler is hoping to get a go against West Indies this Sunday after another strong performance for Somerset in yesterday’s Friends Life t20 victory over Northamptonshire. Buttler starred with the bat as his unbeaten 58 guided the runners-up of the last three years to a thrilling five-wicket win over the Steelbacks with just one … Continue reading

Chris Wright: Relief at playing Division One cricket with Warwickshire

Chris Wright expressed his relief at playing Division One cricket as he admitted he didn’t expect to be here after his release from Essex last August. Wright has made a sublime start to his first full-season with the Bears claiming 15 wickets at an average just over 20 in their opening four Championship games. But … Continue reading

Keith Barker confident of title charge

Keith Barker is upbeat about Warwickshire’s chances of clinching the County Championship title for the first time since 2004 after their strong start to the season. The 25-year-old has played a key role in the side’s early success, lodging his first championship five-wicket haul against Lancashire in their five-wicket victory at Liverpool. The left-armer believes … Continue reading

Ashley Giles: Chris Wright and Keith Barker have been fantastic

Ashley Giles has praised the Warwickshire bowling attack after the Bears defeated Durham within three days in the LV= County Championship at Edgbaston. Giles and the coaching staff would have been worried before the start of this season’s campaign after the injuries to bowling duo Chris Woakes and Boyd Rankin, but the Warwickshire attack has … Continue reading

Warwickshire v Somerset LV= County Championship Day One

Warwickshire dominated day one of their 2012 LV= County Championship opener against Somerset after the visitors were bowled out for 147 at Edgbaston. Many Bear’s fans would have been worried after the news of lengthy injuries to bowling duo Chris Woakes and Boyd Rankin, but fears quickly vanished as the Warwickshire attack tore through the … Continue reading

Keith Barker Interview: I would love 50 wickets

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 only 17 First-class matches. Now he is hoping … Continue reading

Boyd Rankin Interview: Test cricket Ambition

As featured on AllOutCricket.com Chris Airey chats to big Boyd Rankin: a titan for Ireland and possible  England giant.   Irish cricket has come a long way over the last 10 years,  developing quality young players including Eoin Morgan, and competing well in  World Cups, including that shock win over neighbours England in 2011. But  while … Continue reading

Wayne Madsen Interview – Derbyshire aim for silverware

The summer is almost upon us and the wait is nearly over for new skipper Wayne Madsen as he looks ahead to the challenge of leading a young Derbyshire side through the 2012 season and into the future with a realistic aim of silverware within the near future. South African born Madsen has now been … Continue reading

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