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Jonny Bairstow trains with visually-impaired cricketers

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Jonny Bairstow trains with visually-impaired cricketers

Jonny Bairstow trains with visually-impaired cricketers

England batsman Jonny Bairstow trains with the Birmingham Vision partially-sighted cricket team ahead of the first Specsavers Ashes Test against Australia this week.

Includes interview with Bairstow in which he talks about partially-sighted cricket.

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