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Flintoff Was Captain Of The England Under19 Team For Their Test Match

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It was reported on 7 September 2009 that Flintoff has developed deep vein thrombosis after surgery to his knee. On 16 September 2010, he announced his retirement from all cricket. Flintoff was captain of the England Under-19 team for their “Test” match tour to Pakistan in 1996/7 and at home against Zimbabwe in 1997. in 2000 he hit 135 not out in the Quarter-finals of the Natwest Trophy against Surrey, which David Gower described as “the most awesome innings we are ever going to see on a cricket field”.
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Nonetheless His Struggle To Make The Grade At County Level Continued Andrew Flintoff

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Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff MBE (born 6 December 1977) is a former English cricketer who played for Lancashire County Cricket Club, England and the Indian Premier League team Chennai Super Kings. Nonetheless, his struggle to make the grade at county level continued, he found form only intermittently, though often explosively when he did so. in the summer of 2003 he scored a century and three fifties in the 5 Test series against South Africa at home, and continued to excel on the tour of the West Indies in March and April 2004, taking five wickets in the Test in Barbados, and scoring a century in Antigua. Although injury prevented him from bowling, he was called into the England squad for the 2004 Nat West One Day International (ODI) Series against New Zealand and the West Indies as a specialist batsman, scoring two consecutive centuries in the series and hitting seven sixes in one innings. On returning to the one-day game as an all-rounder in September he fell agonising short of a third one-day century, caught on 99 against India, though he went on to hit a further century in the ICC Champions Trophy pool match against Sri Lanka two weeks later. They now have a second child, Corey, who was born during the series in India in 2006.

Andrew Freddie Flintoff MBE Born 6 December 1977 In Preston Lancashire Is

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Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff, MBE, (born 6 December 1977 in Preston, Lancashire) is a former English cricketer who played for Lancashire County Cricket Club, England and the Indian Premier League team Chennai Super Kings. On 15 July 2009 he announced his retirement from Test cricket at the conclusion of the 2009 Ashes series, on 24 August, but made himself available for future commitments in One Day International and Twenty20 International matches. in 2000 he hit 135 not out in the Quarter-finals of the Natwest Trophy against Surrey, which David Gower described as “the most awesome innings we are ever going to see on a cricket field”. Up to the end of 2002, he had averaged just 19 with the bat and 47 with the ball; from 2003 to the end of the 2005 Ashes series, the corresponding figures were 43 and 28. in the same game he took a total of 7 wickets (across both innings), including the wickets of Langer and Ponting in his first over in Australia’s run-chase. He managed all this despite a shoulder injury early in the second innings.

Flintoff Was Named Man Of The Match And Captain Michael Vaughan Subsequently

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On 16 September 2010, he announced his retirement from all cricket. Nonetheless, his struggle to make the grade at county level continued, he found form only intermittently, though often explosively when he did so. Over the course of England’s record-breaking summer, he hit a half-century in all seven victorious Tests against New Zealand and the West Indies. Flintoff was named ‘Man of the Match’ and captain Michael Vaughan subsequently dubbed the match “Fred’s Test” in honour of his achievement.

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Nonetheless, his struggle to make the grade at county level continued, he found form only intermittently, though often explosively when he did so. in the same year England’s management made clear they were unhappy with his fitness and weight, Flintoff responded to his critics with 42 not out in a one day game against Zimbabwe on his home ground of Old Trafford, forming an explosive second wicket stand with Graeme Hick; as he collected the Man of the Match award he remarked his performance was “not bad for a fat lad”. in early 2004 he was named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year, having failed to make Wisden’s top 40 list in 2002. He matched this haul in the Second Test against the West Indies at Edgbaston in July, hitting a first-class best figure of 167. Over the course of England’s record-breaking summer, he hit a half-century in all seven victorious Tests against New Zealand and the West Indies. At the end of the season he was named as the inaugural winner of the ICC Award for one-day player of the year, and the Professional Cricketers’ Association player of the year. in the Second Test against Australia at Edgbaston in August 2005, he broke Ian Botham’s 1981 record of six sixes in an Ashes Test Match with five in the first innings, and a further four in the second innings, 141 runs in total.

Cops Handcuff Actor Andrew Keegan After Ragin’ Party! You partied too much, that’s what you did!Actor Andrew Keegan was put in handcuffs Saturday night after he refused to turn down his music at a raging house party in Marina Del Rey, California. Andrew was said to be “very aggressive” when cops confronted him about the loud music, which resulted in a bit of [...] [link]