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Who needs the Waugh brothers when we have got...

Neil Pickup

Cricket Web Moderator
The Harmison Brothers

Steve's 17-year-old brother, Ben, is on standby for the Under 19 World Cup in Bangladesh in February.

Ben, a left-handed middle order batsman and fast-medium bowler, has impressed for the Durham Academy side and joins Kent's Simon Cusden, Somerset's Michael Parsons and Lancashire's Tim Rees in covering for the 14-man squad.

There's another brother as well, 21-year-old James, but he's not quite up to the level of the other siblings.

Ashington was the home of Bobby & Jack Charlton, I think that's an omen :)


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im pretty new to these forums as well, but i think Chris.Hinton is very biased on issues like players not from Worcs, leg spinners who dont bowl flighted spin and other crazy issues