Cricket Legends Put Feud Aside to Raise Money for Charity | Good Morning Britain

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1NbomQa The two cricket legends who were once arch-enemies – have come together to talk about their campaign to raise money to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Through his late wife’s foundation, Sir Andrew Strauss is launching the 26 ball tap challenge with Kevin Pietersen. It’s their version of The 2.6 Challenge … Read more Cricket Legends Put Feud Aside to Raise Money for Charity | Good Morning Britain

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011: England Claim Narrow Victory in Group B Match With South Africa

England narrowly edged to victory over South Africa in their Group B ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 encounter on Sunday 6th March 2011. Having set an achievable total of just 171 All Out from 45.4 overs, England, helped by their best bowling effort to date in the tournament, removed South Africa for 165 in 47.4 … Read more ICC Cricket World Cup 2011: England Claim Narrow Victory in Group B Match With South Africa

The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: England Close To Win in SCG

On the fourth day of the final Ashes 2010/2011 test match at the SCG, the match took the turn that has happened twice before this Australian summer, as England batted well to post a monster first innings total of 644 before bowling out 7 Australian batsmen. Australia finished the day on 213 for 7 second … Read more The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: England Close To Win in SCG

The Ashes 2010/11 Cricket: England Rally on Day Four at Gabba

England have struck back with an excellent day of cricket in reply to Australia’s record-breaking third day at the Gabba, Brisbane in the opening Ashes 2010/11 test match. Andrew Strauss and Alistair Cook produced a record English partnership of 188 as England took a lead of 88 runs into the final day. The tourists ended with … Read more The Ashes 2010/11 Cricket: England Rally on Day Four at Gabba

Cricket: South Africa Remove England for 180 in Fourth Test 1st Innings

England’s cricket team emerged today once again in their role as Mr Hyde to last week’s heroic Jekyll, as their top order capitulated, before Collingwood and Bell steadied the ship. England were (not so) eventually all out for just 180. Andrew Strauss (0) started the day badly as, despite winning the toss and electing to … Read more Cricket: South Africa Remove England for 180 in Fourth Test 1st Innings

Cricket: Graeme Swann Leads England Rally in Centurian

With a first innings total of 418 set by South Africa, visitors England looked in real danger of getting nothing from this first test match at Centurian as they lost eight wickets for 242. However, Graeme Swann, who was an injury worry before this opening test match, and is better known for his bowling, put … Read more Cricket: Graeme Swann Leads England Rally in Centurian

Cricket: Andrew Flintoff Rejects England Contract

Former England captain, Andrew Flintoff, has rejected the ECB’s offer of an incremental contract so that he can play for different Twenty20 teams around the world. The move, according to the Professional Cricketers Association, could well be echoed by many other players unless governing bodies reduce the current fixture pileup within the international cricket schedule. … Read more Cricket: Andrew Flintoff Rejects England Contract

The Ashes 2009: England Players on Series Win

England’s players reported how they felt after their decisive Ashes 2009 victory over Australia at the Brit Oval. Here is their view of this match, and this summer’s series, as reported by the BBC Test Match Special. Andrew Strauss The guys have done amazingly over the last eight months – I want to thank Ricky … Read more The Ashes 2009: England Players on Series Win

The Ashes 2009: England Regain Ashes at Brit Oval

On the fourth day of the final test, Alistair Cook caught Michael Hussey (121) from the spin bowling of Graeme Swann taking a catch which saw Australia all out for 348 and England win the Ashes 2009 cricket series by 2 games to 1. England won the match by 197 runs, and the series by … Read more The Ashes 2009: England Regain Ashes at Brit Oval

The Ashes 2009: Australia Dismantle England’s Batting Lineup in First Day at Headingley

England won the toss this morning before the first day of the fourth Ashes 2009 test cricket match at Headingley, Leeds. It was to be the only thing that went right for the hosts, however, as they were bowled out in just over 33 overs for a total score of just 102. Australia ended the … Read more The Ashes 2009: Australia Dismantle England’s Batting Lineup in First Day at Headingley

The Ashes 2009: Edgbaston Day Three Preview

England resume their first innings batting on day three of this enthralling Edgbaston Ashes 2009 test match on 116 for 2 knowing that a solid day at the crease could see them edge closer to a series victory. Captain Andrew Strauss resumes on 64, he’ll be hoping to stay long beyond the first over he … Read more The Ashes 2009: Edgbaston Day Three Preview

The Ashes 2009 – England Bowlers Take Control On 2nd Edgbaston Morning

It was lucky number 7 for Andrew Strauss and his England compatriots as they left the Edgbaston field of play for lunch having dismissed 7 Australian batsmen for just 77 runs in a wonderful morning’s play, which saw the visitors come in on 207 for 8. England came out this morning knowing that early wickets … Read more The Ashes 2009 – England Bowlers Take Control On 2nd Edgbaston Morning

The Ashes 2009 – Australia Take Charge Over Soggy England on Edgbaston Day 1

The English weather, having prevented the opening two sessions of play – the captains emerged a little after 4pm, and play began at 17:00 – did not dampen Australian batsmen’s spirits as they ended the day on 126 for 1 following just 30 overs of Ashes 2009 cricket on the opening day at Edgbaston. Australia … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Australia Take Charge Over Soggy England on Edgbaston Day 1