Leach Hits Amazing 92 As Ireland Bowled Out for 38! | England v Ireland HIGHLIGHTS – Lord’s 2019

What a man Jack leach is! Who remembers his stellar performance v Ireland at Lord’s last summer? What a test this was Find out more at ecb.co.uk This is the official channel of the ECB. Watch all the latest videos from the England Cricket Team and England and Wales Cricket Board. Including highlights, interviews, features … Read more Leach Hits Amazing 92 As Ireland Bowled Out for 38! | England v Ireland HIGHLIGHTS – Lord’s 2019

The Ashes 2009: Broad Helps England to Series Winning Position on Oval Day Two

Stuart Broad took 5 wickets this afternoon to demolish the Australian batting lineup almost single-handedly – leaving England poised to lift this Ashes 2009 decider at the Brit Oval. Chasing England’s total of 332, Australia were bowled out for just 160, before rallying by removing three england batsmen for 58 runs before stumps. After England … Read more The Ashes 2009: Broad Helps England to Series Winning Position on Oval Day Two

The Ashes 2009 – Kevin Pietersen Forced out of Series by Achilles Heel

Kevin Pietersen, the former cricket captain of England who is widely regarded as their best batsman, has been forced to retire from the remaining three Ashes 2009 test matches after surgery on his achilles injury. England, who won the second test at Lord’s, after escaping Cardiff with a draw, currently lead the nPower Ashes series … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Kevin Pietersen Forced out of Series by Achilles Heel

The Ashes 2009 – Flintoff Takes 5 as England Win First Lord’s Test Against Australia for 75 Years

This morning, every Englishman at MCC was nervous, after Australian batsmen Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin put on a huge day four partnership to take them within range of a famous victory. Those nerves would prove ill-placed after Andrew Flintoff, in his last ever Lord’s test, had bowled for an hour and a half, taking … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Flintoff Takes 5 as England Win First Lord’s Test Against Australia for 75 Years

The Ashes 2009 – Lord’s Day Five Preview

The sun is shining on Lord’s on day five of this fascinating second Ashes 2009 test match. After Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin spent yesterday evening scoring runs at a good lick and, more importantly, not getting out, they have played Australia into a position where this match, once again, hangs in the balance. The … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Lord’s Day Five Preview

The Ashes 2009 – England Home in on Victory on Lord’s Day Four

As tea was called on the fourth day of the Lord’s test match between England and Australia in The Ashes 2009, Australia had lost half of their second innings wickets chasing England’s lead of 521, coming in for sandwiches with their score at 178 for 5. Australia, despite some good form from Michael Clarke, who … Read more The Ashes 2009 – England Home in on Victory on Lord’s Day Four

The Ashes 2009 – Prior Helps England Take Charge at Close of Lord’s Day Three

After Australia had put the brakes on two nervous English batsmen in the afternoon session, Matt Prior’s quickfire 61 helped England take charge of the second Ashes 2009 test at Lords. Play closed with England 521 ahead of Australia on 311 for 6. Strauss and Cook had got England off to a quick start after … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Prior Helps England Take Charge at Close of Lord’s Day Three

The Ashes 2009 – Australians Rally on Third Lord’s Afternoon

Having decided not to put the Australians in to bat despite having the option to enforce the follow-on, England added just 80 runs to their total in the afternoon session of the third day at Lord’s, finishing on 130 for 2, 340 runs ahead of Australia. England would have been hoping for an advantage of … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Australians Rally on Third Lord’s Afternoon

The Ashes 2009 – England Opt Not To Enforce Australian Follow On

It took an age, but, after a change of bowlers which brought Onions into the England attack, they had soon accounted for Hauritz (24) and Siddle (35) eventually dismissing Australia for 215, ensuring that they had the option of putting Australia back in to bat. The England captain, Andrew Strauss, and his men had clearly … Read more The Ashes 2009 – England Opt Not To Enforce Australian Follow On

The Ashes 2009 – Anderson Nudges England Ahead at end of Second Day at Lord’s

If they selected a “Man of the Day” in test matches, there would be only one contender for the second day of the Lord’s test match between England and Australia in Ashes 2009: James Anderson. Anderson claimed 4 wickets for just 36 runs with the ball as well as contributing an important 29 runs in … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Anderson Nudges England Ahead at end of Second Day at Lord’s

The Ashes 2009 – Lord’s Test Match Swings During Second Morning’s Play

England and Australia go to Lunch on the Second day of the Ashes 2009 test at Lords with honours relatively even after England were dismissed for 425 and the Australians lost two early wickets to come in with their 1st innings total at 22-2. The cricketing gods must have paid a special visit to Lord’s … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Lord’s Test Match Swings During Second Morning’s Play

The Ashes 2009 – Lord’s Day Two Preview

England and Australia will take to the field this morning with the second test match of The Ashes 2009 lying in the balance – England are batting and will restart with 364 for 6 wickets. The picture could, and perhaps should, be much brighter for England after a great start was effectively erased when Kevin … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Lord’s Day Two Preview

The Ashes 2009 – Australians Claim Opening Day of Second Test After Tea

At lunch, England were bowling along, having won the toss and elected to bat, with no wickets down for a handsome total of 126. At tea, England had dropped two wickets, having lost Cook (95) and Bopara (18) but were still going along nicely on 255 for 2. However, for the second Ashes 2009 test … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Australians Claim Opening Day of Second Test After Tea

The Ashes 2009 – Andrew Strauss Makes Captain’s Century for England

England captain, Andrew Strauss, hit his first century of the Ashes 2009 series – indeed, the first for any Englishman – on the opening day of the second test at Lord’s, in the last over before tea. The players retired for tea with the score at 255 for 2 after the Australian team claimed the … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Andrew Strauss Makes Captain’s Century for England