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wicketkeeper

Cricket the player on the fielding side positioned directly behind the wicket
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Tim one of wicketkeepers domestic go down Warwickshire Paul " Sidebottom, 30, has taken 50 firstclass wickets in 17 outings since joining Warwickshire in 2017 after an impressive spell with Birmingham& District Premier League club Berkswell.
'I don't think like that,' he said, when asked if he finds himself unlucky that the national team is currently led by a wicketkeeper and that blocks his way to the national squad.
Keeping such stiff weather conditions in perspective, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) has allowed teams to select a 16-member squad instead of 15-member contingent, but even then, Pakistan will go into the competition with only one full-time wicketkeeper in captain Sarfraz.
Summary: Indian Test wicketkeeper may need a corrective surgery
Gilchrist is Hayden's wicketkeeper, while Virender Sehwag is Gilchrist's opening partner.
He is 32 now, and how many years he has been England's best wicketkeeper? I am 23 and (I've) still got that time to improve my game and get to a level he got to."
"By passing these tips and drills on to our young keepers at Cricket Wales, it not only improves their skills but also gives them a valuable insight into what the top keepers do day-in, day-out, and how important to a team they are." The Cricket Wales youth programme has produced some excellent wicketkeepers. In the recent LV County Championship match between Glamorgan and Gloucestershire in Cardiff, both keepers - Mark Wallace of Glamorgan and Lee's son, Cameron of Gloucestershire - were graduates of the Cricket Wales ranks.
This is not good for his talent and we needed a specialist wicketkeeper", he maintained.
GEOFF COOK has hailed Phil Mustard as Durham's greatest wicketkeeper on the day he claimed another county record.
The former Worcestershire wicketkeeper was perhaps the biggest individual winner in Chester-le-Street on Friday - although almost all parties could reflect with some satisfaction at a happier turn of events.
"I got a lot of approaches from wicketkeepers, particularly Kolpak ones, when Tim was picked by England but I knew what I was going to get with Frosty," Giles said.
Tim Ambrose is relishing an opportunity to try where countless other wicketkeepers have failed and attempt to match the stunning achievements of Australia's Adam Gilchrist.