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Derek Pringle is an English Test Cricket player.

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England will have to play intelligent cricket to beat Sri Lanka: Strauss
England skipper Andrew Strauss has said that his team will have to play intelligent cricket to beat Sri Lanka in Saturday's final World Cup quarterfinal match at the R. Premadasa Stadium here.

Pringle backs England to win World Cup despite Oz ODI series rout
Former England cricketer Derek Pringle believes that the national team has the best chance in 20 years of winning the World Cup.

England must dominate all forms of game to be declared a great team: Pringle
One Ashes success, or even two in a row as it now is, does not a great team make and, having conquered Australia, captain Andrew Strauss must now set his sights on England beating other teams in other tournaments, feels former player and now Telegraph columnist Derek Pringle.

The credit for England's rise belongs to coach Flower: Pringle
Former England fast bowler and now columnist with The Telegraph, Derek Pringle, has said the credit for England's rise as an international cricket powerhouse again, belongs to coach Andy Flower.

UK press laments third Ashes Test humiliation at WACA
The British press has criticized England's dismal performance in the third Ashes Test at the WACA Ground in Perth, likening the team's pitiful display to those of England teams of old.

The Ashes 2010: England to let their skills do the talking on the pitch, says Matt Prior
England are hoping to disprove the old saw that nice guys finish last during this Ashes series by winning the intimidation war not by sledging, but by bringing their skills to bear on Ricky Ponting's side, writes former fast bowler Derek Pringle in The Telegraph.

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