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Cook must now focus on captaincy - Agnew

UK view: Cook's return to form saluted

Facing unrelenting pressure to stand down as England captain, Cook compiled a painstaking 95 runs from 231 balls to lead his team to 247-2 on the first day of the third Test against India. Falling five agonising runs short of a first Test century ..., 1 day ago

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England v India: 3rd Test day one as it happened

Key points - England 247-2 at close after winning toss - Gary Ballance (104 not out) hits third Test ton - England captain Alastair Cook falls for 95 - England's Jos Buttler makes Test debut - Chris Woakes & Chris Jordan recalled - ...
 BBC2 days ago Root and Prior put England cricketers in control  Irish Times1 month ago

England: A taste of heaven at Lord's

Years of history lie under the hallowed ground of one of the world's most famous cricket venues. But the best bit is the tea and scones ritual, writes Kevin Pilley. You can now enjoy afternoon tea in the Victorian 'Long Room' of the historic ...
 New Zealand Herald6 days ago

Ex-Hants all-rounder Sainsbury dies

Former Hampshire all-rounder Peter Sainsbury, the only man to play in both of their County Championship-winning sides, has died at the age of 80. An orthodox left-arm spinner, right-handed batsman and excellent close fielder, Sainsbury helped ...
 BBC2 weeks ago

Hanif Mohammad - longest Test innings 970 minutes - 337 runs

By A.C. De Silva LONGEST TEST INNINGS: Who played the longest Test Innings? According to available information, that Pakistan opening batsman Hanif Mohammad takes top berth. Hanif took 970 minutes to make 337 runs against the West Indies in the ...
 Sunday Observer2 weeks ago

PANAMAS, PLAYFAIRS AND SKIPPING SCHOOL: the joy of a final day at Lord's

Tickets are £20 each, and always available at the gate. There is room to pick your seat, and spread out on either side. We have seized the day. And now we will spend it slumped in our seats Andy Bull SMILES SLOWLY RETURN TO THE FACES OF ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago

Fashion News this Week 7/4 - 7/11

Fashion Icon Eileen Ford Dead at 92 Eileen Ford, founder of the global phenomenon Ford Agency and credited to the launch of the careers of top supermodels including Lauren Hutton, Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington, has died. Ford passed away ...
 Examiner.com2 weeks ago

Disco Demolition 35 years later: That's the way I liked it

July 10, 2014 July 12 will mark the 35th anniversary of Disco Demolition. At some point during the annual coverage of the event you may hear it being referred to as racist and homophobic. It was not. But before I get to that, here's the ...
 Crains ChicagoBusiness2 weeks ago

Queen's Tragic Rhapsody

Theatrical, brilliant, excessive and doomed — there had never been another band like Queen or a frontman like Freddie Mercury I t was an utterly unexpected rebirth. from the moment Freddie Mercury and the other members of Queen guitarist Brian ...
 Rolling Stone3 weeks ago

England beat South Africa in final ball of match

By A.C. De Silva FLASHBACK....It was a real flashback, no debut! England beat South Africa by two wickets off the final ball with a leg-bye in the Durban Test in the 1948 series. It was a real thriller all the way and in the first innings, South ...
 Sunday Observer3 weeks ago
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