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Essex have signed New Zealand batsman Hamish Rutherford to replace Rob Quiney as their overseas player for the remainder of the season. Rutherford will become available after New Zealand's tour of England. Quiney suffered a shoulder injury attempting
Essex lose Rob Quiney to injury for three months Essex expect to be without batsman Rob Quiney for 10 to 12 weeks with a shoulder injury. The 30-year-old Australian was set to move the top of the order with England captain Alastair Cook leaving for
Chasing Durham's 209 for 5, Essex turned a stroll into a scramble before getting home with an over to spare. Openers Tom Westley and Rob Quiney had 103 on the board before Quiney fell for 51 in the 17th over. Man of the match Westley made a flawless
Rob Quiney and Chris Rogers put on an unbeaten century stand to have their side 0-114 at lunch on day two of the Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania at Bellerive. Quiney was 57no and Rogers 55 as the Bushrangers looked to chase down the home side'
Rob Quiney was a surprise replacement for the injured Shane Watson, given Phil Hughes was widely considered to be the next man in line...John Inverarity "The NSP has named Rob Quiney to be on standby for Shane Watson who injured his calf whilst
A dominating hundred from Rob Quiney steered Victoria to an eight-wicket win against England Lions in the first tour match in Melbourne. Chasing 226, Victoria cruised to victory with nearly 14 overs to spare, helped by 16 fours and three sixes from
Essex complete deal for Australia batsman Essex have signed Australia batsman Rob Quiney as an overseas player, initially until mid-August. The 30-year-old Victoria left-hander has two Test appearances, both coming against South Africa in November. "
Getty Images ROB Quiney has reacted with good grace to the revelation that he was selected, in part, as a human shield for Phillip Hughes against South Africa. On the day Hughes made the most of his third coming as a Test batsman, with 86 on the
Usman Khawaja will be an Australian Test aspirant one day and a Twenty20 billboard the next after a hurried compromise between Cricket Australia and the Sydney Thunder following Michael Clarke's forced withdrawal from the opening round of the BBL.
Rob Quiney has tasted the highs and lows of cricket recently. Axed after playing the first two Tests against South Africa, Quiney found himself as the scoreboard operator at the Junction Oval on Saturday. Playing in a Twenty20 game for St Kilda