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Thomas Alcock

Absolute Cricket nut. I write (badly) for various blogs and play (badly) for Standard CC. Hopefully my passion for the game is more interesting than my batting, which is, in one word, turgid.
Thomas Alcock has written 2 posts for Boundary Magazine

Andre Adams – Is Zealand’s loss, Nottinghamshire’s gain?

Andre (not Andrew as my spell checker prefers to call him) Ryan Adams. Now aged 36, and three quarters, joined the Outlaw’s in 2007 – you would imagine after a highly successful international career with New Zealand. Since joining he has been the main-stay of their attack. 25 wickets in three-and-a-bit games this season, 67 … Continue reading

England’s batting conundrum: Who should be at No.6?

Following Paul Collingwood’s retirement, England took the brave decision to replace him with Eoin Morgan, a proven One-Day and Twenty20 player, but a player with what can only be explained as an average first-class record. Occasionally selectors manage to pull-one out of the bag, selecting someone with a modest record, who then proves himself better at playing … Continue reading

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