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Monday 30 May 2011
Sunday 29 May 2011
"Find a fast bowler" was a campaign that English cricket would dutifully dust off and re-launch at regular intervals during the 1980s and 90s. Now, with stocks apparently healthier than they have been for years, the task this week is to find the right fast bowler to inconvenience Sri Lanka with Friday's second Test in mind.
Thursday 19 May 2011
Graham Onions will be in an England team again today. The Lions, who play the Sri Lankans at Derby, are not the team to which he truly aspires but are much, much more than he dreamt of during a prolonged absence from the game that threatened to be terminal.
Saturday 16 April 2011
Saturday 12 February 2011
Sunday 30 January 2011
Saturday 22 January 2011
Sunday 09 January 2011
Saturday 13 November 2010
Friday 03 September 2010
Graham Onions, who had looked likely to play a key part in England's campaign to retain the Ashes, is fighting to save his career. The fast bowler, quietly influential in the triumphant series against Australia last year, is to have back surgery which will keep him out of the game for at least nine months.
Thursday 02 September 2010
England bowler Graham Onions is to have back surgery next week that will rule him out of this winter's Ashes series in Australia.
Sunday 29 August 2010
Wednesday 25 August 2010
Saturday 21 August 2010
Friday 21 May 2010
England's carefully laid plans for Ashes campaigns usually end up on a treatment table in some hospital room or other. But they acted decisively and with foresight yesterday in an attempt to ensure that Graham Onions, the Durham fast bowler, is with the squad in Australia next winter.
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