Cricket

Klinger is rewarded with two-year contract at Gloucestershire

August 27, 2015

Michael Klinger has signed a two-year contract extension to remain with Gloucestershire.

The Jewish Australian opening batsman, captain for both championship and one-day cricket, will stay in Bristol until 2017.

Klinger is rewarded for another prolific season with the bat in all forms.

The 35-year-old Klinger also remains the country's top scorer in this season's T20 Blast

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Vale's promotion fate now in others hands

August 27, 2015

LMV are left to rely on other results this weekend todetermine whether they can be promoted from Division 4 of the Chess Valley League, after suffering a disappointing two-run defeat against Ealing Hanwellian.

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Klinger to stay on at Gloucestershire

By Darren Witcoop, August 24, 2015

Michael Klinger has signed a two-year contract extension to remain with Gloucestershire.

The Autralian opening batsman, captain for both championship and one-day cricket, will stay at Bristol until 2017.

Klinger is rewarded for another prolific season with the bat in all forms.

The 35-year-old also remains the country's top scorer in this season's T20 Blast

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The cricketing top scorer from Sky who has never been stumped

By Simon Rocker, August 20, 2015

When Australia were skittled out for 60 on the first day of the fourth Ashes Test in Nottingham a fortnight ago, the records fell as fast as Aussie wickets. But the commentators in the Sky Sports team trying to keep up knew they could rely on a trusted source for their facts and figures: statistician Benedict Bermange.

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Salford ko'd

August 20, 2015

Another battlingperformance by Salford could not prevent them losing to league leaders Kashmir at St Pauls.

Tight bowling by Salford's opening bowlers, Adam Schogger and Yasir Riaz, kept the run rate at less than four an over before a bowling change in the 10th over saw captain Jonny Wineberg pick up the first of his four wickets.

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Klinger is clinging on to hope

By Darren Witcoop, August 20, 2015

Batsman MichaelKlinger has been told he is not past his sell-by date as he battles to pull on an Australia shirt.

At 35, Klinger, arguably one of the two best Jewish cricketers of all time - the other being fellow Aussie Julien Wiener - is running out of time to finally force his way into a soon-to-be revamped Australian side.

With the selectors set to turn to youth after their Ashes defea

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Salford ko'd by Kashmir

August 19, 2015

GREATER MANCHESTER AMATEUR CRICKET LEAGUE
Kashmir CC, 196 for 8
Salford Blue Jays CC, 89 all out
Kashmir won by 107 runs.
Another battling performance by Salford could not prevent them losing to league leaders Kashmir at St Pauls.

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Klinger clinging on to hope

By Darren Witcoop, August 19, 2015

BATSMAN Michael Klinger has been told he is not past his sell-by date as he battles to pull on an Australia shirt.

At 35, Klinger, arguably one of the two best Jewish cricketers of all time - the other being fellow Aussie Julien Wiener - is running out of time to finally force his way into a soon-to-be revamped Australian side.

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Salford Blue Jays give South Manchester that sinking feeling

August 6, 2015

GREATER MANCHESTER AMATEUR CRICKET LEAGUE
Salford Blue Jays CC 170-9
South Manchester CC 131
Salford won by 39 runs

A solid batting performance enabled Salford Blue Jays to come away with victory against basement battlers at Cheetham Hill.

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Salford edged out by Ashton

July 21, 2015

Salford Blue Jays were edged out by 18 runs in a thriller against Ashton Allstars.

Returning to the scene of their narrow triumph in the first round of the cup, Salford came close to repeating their efforts in their GMACL league match against Ashton at Haughton Green on Sunday.

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