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Liam Dawson Interview – Exciting times to come at Hampshire

He scored over 900 first-class runs for the County in 2011, and now promising all-rounder Liam Dawson has been duly rewarded with a new contract extension until the end of 2013. At only 21, he, alongside a large bulk of the Royals’ squad are set to be at the newly named Ageas Bowl for the … Continue reading

Kevin Dean – Great time to be at Derbyshire

Newly appointed Derbyshire committee member Kevin Dean believes it is crucial that the club nurtures its young players as the club aims to produce its first England international since Dominic Cork. Dean spent his entire career with Derbyshire, making his first-class debut in 1996 and retiring in 2008. The 36-year-old claimed more than 400 wickets … Continue reading

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

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

James Pattinson claims five on Test debut

Have Australia found the next Brett Lee? Or is he just another fast bowler taking his opportunity against a weak and lacklustre New Zealand side. Debutant seamer James Pattinson’s five-wicket haul sent the Aussies on the way to a nine-wicket win against Black caps in the first Test at the Gabba. Pattinson, the 21-year-old brother … Continue reading

England Number One in new T20 Rankings

The ICC today have realised the very first T20 rankings, and to the surprise of many, including myself, they have England number one. Over the last few weeks I have had to watch England get walloped four-times in a row against an India team we recently smashed on home turf. The bowling looks average, the … Continue reading

Flower – Swann and Pietersen are still friends

England team director Andy Flower says the release of Graeme Swann’s autobiography has not created tension in the side. The book suggested Kevin Pietersen was a bad choice to captain England in 2008 and 2009. Its serialisation in the media led to close scrutiny of the pair before Friday’s 126-run defeat by India. Flower said: … Continue reading

Finn hat-trick seals England victory

Steven Finn’s first ball went for six, but his final delivery sealed his maiden hat-trick as England began their tour of India with a 56-run victory over a Hyderabad Cricket Association XI. Despite victory, England struggled with the bat recovering from 47-4 and 124-6 as Ravi Bopara’s 73 helped them to a competitive total of 219. … Continue reading

Meaker selected for England tour of India

Surrey paceman Stuart Meaker has been selected for England’s limited-overs tour of India.

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