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'It would have been a shame if Anderson would have been banned'

'It would have been a shame if Anderson would have been banned'

Former fast bowler Steve Harmison feels the advantage rests with hosts England in the remaining two Tests with James Anderson managing to escape without a ban for his Level 3 charge in the Trent Bridge incident.  Anderson was exonerated by the judicial commission set up by the ICC for allegedly pushing Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja during the first Test in Nottingham that was drawn.  India had then won the second Test at Lord's by 95 ..., 1 month ago
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Harmison says Cook-Moores' partnership best recipe for English cricket

Former England bowler Steve Harmison has said that captain Alastair Cook is the right man to work with Peter Moores after the coach's first spell was doomed with Kevin Pietersen in the side.Moores has been reportedly backed to make a big success of ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Harmison says Cook-Moores'' partnership best recipe for English cricket  Siasat Daily3 weeks ago Harmison says Cook-Moores partnership best recipe for English cricket  Big News Network3 weeks ago
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India desperately needed Ishant: Harmison

SOUTHAMPTON: He would have loved to bowl on the Ageas Bowl pitch, which continues to offer purchase to bowlers willing to bend their back. But the "happily retired" Steven James Harmison has no intentions of testing his broad shoulders. The 6'4'' ...
 Times of India1 month ago India desperately need Ishant: Harmison  Times of India1 month ago
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Cricket-Vincent life ban will act as deterrent, says Vaughan

9:49pm BST LONDON, July 1 (Reuters) - Former England stalwarts Michael Vaughan and Steve Harmison are hoping the life ban handed out to Lou Vincent for match-fixing will act as a deterrent to other players tempted to cheat the sport. The England ...
 Reuters UK2 months ago Vincent life ban a deterrent?  News242 months ago Vincent life ban will act as deterrent, says Vaughan  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 months ago Vaughan: Vincent ban spot on  Sky Sports2 months ago

Bedlington's 1999 squad had a special formula

Stephen Harmison described at the weekend how as his own cricketing career was blossoming with Durham, he was privileged to be involved with the Bedlington footballing squad of 1999 who were beaten finalists in the FA Vase. The Terriers suffered the ...
 Northern Football League3 weeks ago

Job Corps program celebrates 50 years

"I needed a backup plan - I knew I wanted an education," she said. So, Harmison enrolled in the Harpers Ferry Job Corps' business technology program
 Big News Network3 weeks ago

Mel Hoping Pike will help shore up defence

Mel Harmison, in charge of the Bedlington squad for Sundays clash (August 24) against an Ashington side at Woodhorn Lane in the Les Alderson Memorial Cup, is hoping the inclusion of Martin Pike will make a big difference in helping to make his ...
 Northern Football League3 weeks ago
Huffington Post UK

Moeen Ali Interview: 'I Am A Muslim, Yes, But I Am Also Very English'

In an exclusive and very personal interview, the new star of England cricket, Moeen Ali, talks to Mehdi Hasan about sport, faith and being British. "I do let people touch it." Moeen Ali is not just referring to but stroking what else? his ...
 Huffington Post UK2 days ago Moeen's decision to wear 'Save Gaza' wristband is refreshing  Friends of Al-Aqsa1 month ago Despite ban on Moeen Ali, more cricketer to raise voice on 'Gaza and Palestine'  IndiaTV News1 month ago

I took pedalo for drink with Botham, says Flintoff

Former England cricketer Andrew Flintoff has revealed that his notorious encounter with a pedalo during the 2007 World Cup was a failed attempt to enjoy a nightcap with Ian Botham. AFP | 12 September 2014 03:00 Be the first to comment ...
 Krugersdorp days ago

Northeast stops Kent from going south

A magnificent century from Sam Northeast was the highlight of the day as Essex and Kent battled it out for supremacy in their crucial LV= County Championship Division Two battle. After Northeast rescued his side with a superb 117 to give them some ...
 Noodls5 days ago Kent dent Surrey promotion hopes  BBC1 month ago Northeast points way for Kent  Sky Sports1 month ago Kent in charge thanks to Northeast  BBC1 month ago
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