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Ben Stokes called freak by England captain Joe Root in wake of Ashes heroics

Daily Star Sunday, 25 August 2019
Ben Stokes called freak by England captain Joe Root in wake of Ashes heroicsStokes leaves Aussies stunned with magnificent 135 not out to win third Ashes Test
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News video: Howzat? Ten-year-old boy bowls out WG Grace's statue at Lord's Cricket Ground

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This is the moment a 10-year-old leg-spin bowler produced a perfect delivery to catch WG Grace's statue out at the home of cricket. Filmed on August 16, the leggie named Finley Higgs fires a tricky delivery to the statue, seeing the ball bounce off the statue's bat-pad straight into the...

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