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Anderson creates history as he joins the 400 club

James Anderson created his own piece of cricketing history as he become the first Englishman to take 400 Test wickets.

Anderson, starting the day one short of the milestone, removed Martin Guptill in the third over of the day to become the twelfth bowler to reach the figure. 159 more words


England v New Zealand - 2nd Test Preview

The thrill. The excitement. The turnaround. The runs. The crowd. The anticipation. The slogs. The centuries. The salute. That final catch. Wasn’t the first test just everything good about cricket? 796 more words


Rain stopped Play - it's just not Cricket!

Light rain with heavy bursts here today. I am so bored I am cleaning out all my kitchen cupboards interspersed with a few bouts of tweeting. 135 more words


Cricket's hard work...

My son has joined the local cricket club and takes part in their Friday evening training sessions, so I get the really arduous job of taking him up there and then sitting in the sun reading my book or chatting to other parents, with a pint in my hand. 335 more words


Albert James Adrian Bowyer

Albert James Adrian Bowyer was born in 1896, the son of Albert and Gertrude Bowyer. In 1901, they were living at 41 Owen Road, together with Albert’s sister Mary. 144 more words

Men Who Served

Renso du Plessis as a Person

Renso Du Plessis is a person who did everything possible to succeed in life. This man of valor has an extraordinary capacity to sum up a situation and offer alternatives for the most successful strategy or tactics to achieve the goal immediately. 171 more words

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