Rob Key to captain England A against Sri Lanka

Way back in January we worried that King Cricket would eventually become a series of posts about Shahid Afridi hitting a quick forty-odd. Now we're worried that it's going to be reduced to a big Rob Key love-in.

Rob Key was named captain of the England A team to play Sri Lanka. Fellow One To Watch Sajid Mahmood will also play. If this truly is an England version of the A-Team, then that means Rob Key's Hannibal. We don't really know what that means.

We're glad that the ECB have finally started scheduling A team matches against touring sides. Other nations do it all the time. It's a great place to test out young players and it can also put the touring side on the back foot and shake their confidence if the A team wins.

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Wednesday, April 26, 2006


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Anonymous Brian said...

EVERY day I check this site and EVERY day its, cricket, cricket and more cricket.

Have you not heard there is an enthralling World Snooker Championship in progress?

Please pay it some attention,

Brian

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