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The Hindu Cricketer Kevin Pietersen. A few months ago if I had started my column with the declaration that the return of Kevin Pietersen will bring nothing but embarrassment to the England selectors you might have, quite reasonably, laughed in my
Despite an indifferent conclusion to England's overseas winter in New Zealand, the selectors are unlikely to see the need for significant changes for the start of the home summer that will be dominated by the Ashes but firstly includes the return
Glamorgan 285 for 7 (North 68, Pyrah 4-43) beat Lancashire 257 (Gale 65, Hogan 3-29) by 28 runs Scorecard Skipper Marcus North top-scored with 68 as Glamorgan opened their Yorkshire Bank 40 campaign with a 28-run victory over Yorkshire at Colwyn Bay.
Joe Root & Jonny Bairstow lead Tykes charge Joe Root hit a career-best 236 and England team-mate Jonny Bairstow made 186 as Yorkshire raced towards a massive total at Headingley. Root made serene progress to the second double century of his career,
But at Chester-le-Street in the past two days, his troubles have instead come to symbolise Yorkshire's uncomfortable start to the Championship season...Stoneman had made 11 when he edged Tim Bresnan and he must have fleetingly assumed that Durham's
English cricketer Jonny Bairstow has vowed to fight for the post of limited-overs wicketkeeper with Jos Buttler and said that he is ready to work hard for that. Bairstow`s statement followed on the heels of new one-day and Twenty20 coach Ashley Giles
Jonny Bairstow to miss one-day internationals England batsman Jonny Bairstow will miss January's five-match one-day international series in India because of family illness. Bairstow, 23, played in the second Test victory over India but returned home
England Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan conceded that his side fell short by 10-15 runs after getting off to a blistering start in the lost opening Twenty20 International against India in Pune. "We got off to a fantastic start -- Alex (Hales) and Luke (
High on confidence having levelled the four-Test series 1-1 against India, England middle order batsman Jonny Bairstow said that his team would like to carry on the momentum and produce positive result in the third Test, starting here on December 5. "
Harper believes England's middle-order batsman Jonny Bairstow was not out when the fielder held his catch, deflected through Gautam Gambhir's helmet during the Mumbai Test. "New accolades for M.S. Dhoni, the India skipper refused to withdraw an