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The England captaincy story from David Gower to Alastair Cook

David Gower and his successor Mike Gatting, bottom right, back in the days when batsman went to work without protective headgear. Adrian Murrell/Allsport Photograph: Adrian Big News Network, 5 hours ago

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Mike Gatting profile: the year of our Lord's

Get a clear perspective of the London residential market The London residential market is closely monitored by EGi's team of dedicated experts, from the planning and construction pipeline to sales and pricing, we cover the whole of the capital, ...
 Estates Gazette1 month ago

Mike Gatting on Lord's development

VIDEO: Cricket legend Mike Gatting talks to EG about development plans for Lord's
 Estates Gazette1 month ago

The Archers: celebrity cameo appearances

2009 Sculptor Antony Gormley visited the Ambridge village fete. 2007 Cricketer Mike Gatting appeared as himself, inadvertently causing a misunderstanding between Sid and Jolene Perks as the Village Cup final is played at Lord's. 2006 ...
 ACQ Magazine2 months ago

Phillips admits he could be dropped

Wales scrum-half Mike for the second Test against South Africa on Saturday. Scarlets number nine Gareth Davies impressed on his debut as a replacement for Phillips in Wales' 38-16 defeat against the Springboks in Durban. Phillips says he his not ...
 BBC1 month ago
WA Today

Comments of the week July 18-24, 2014

Rob Ashton, comment moderator: We kick off with politics, starring Jacqui Lambie, Clive Palmer, Campbell Newman and Tony Abbott. After some miscellaneous comments in the middle we end up in bed with a little sex and a big spreadsheet. Thinus ...
 WA Today1 day ago

Embattled Alastair Cook survives for lack of an alternative

England, which has often copied Australia in its attitude towards selection, appears to be ready to follow what one might call the Allan Border route. In other words, no matter how few runs its captain Alastair Cook makes or how many Tests he ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
DNA India

The curious coincidence of two Sharmas

Apart from their surname, former India pacer Chetan Sharma and Ishant Sharma have something more in common. Both have been the pick of the bowlers in India's last two Test wins at Lord's. The former reflects on the win 28 years ago and the one ...
 DNA India3 days ago Ishant's seven knocks England out  Pakistan Observer3 days ago Sharma's seven destroys England  Pakistan Today4 days ago

Obstinacy against DRS not helping

Decades ago when umpiring was criticised for exhibiting obvious bias, Imran Khan propagated the introduction of neutral umpires. The first pair of neutral umpires Piloo Reporter and V.K. Ramaswamy was appointed in a home series involving Pakistan ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

Cricket-Test batting averages of 10 England captains

Reuters LONDON, July 22 (Reuters) - Following is a factbox on the batting averages with and without the captaincy of the last 10 England players to have led their country in more than 10 tests. Player Tests (as captain) Average as captain ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia3 days ago FACTBOX-Cricket-Test batting averages of 10 England captains  Reuters UK3 days ago
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