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Steve Harmison is a fast bowler and plays for the England cricket team.

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Fast bowling expert Pont says Oz youngster Cummins has 'injury prone' action
Ian Pont who is widely regarded as an expert on bowling actions, has said Australia's teenage fast bowler Pat Cummins needs to work on his bowling action, as it has some flaws which make it injury prone.

Ex-England pacer Harmison wants to pay his due to Durham
Having played 63 Tests for England and claimed 226 wickets, former England fast bowler Steve Harmison has said he would like to pay back English County Durham for showing faith in his skills as a player.

Freddie Flintoff beats 14 bizarre world records in just 12 hrs for charity
Andrew Flintoff set an incredible 14 Guinness World Records within 12 hours to raise funds for Sport Relief.

One Christmas I ended up crying on my dad, says Flintoff
Former England fast bowler Andrew Flintoff has revealed that there was a time when he was in a huge state of depression during the 2006-07 Ashes series loss to Australia, and even cried on his dad's shoulders on Christmas eve.

Swann says Flintoff is the undisputed champion
England off-spinner Graeme Swann has described former all-rounder Andrew Flintoff as a man mountain and an undisputed champion.

England legends praise Strauss, Flower for taking team to great heights
Some 'titans of cricket' have praised England's captain Andy Strauss and coach Andy Flower for their outstanding contribution in taking the team to great heights.

Ex-Oz keeper Marsh says patience key to Australia returning to top of world cricket
Former Australian wicketkeeper Rodney Marsh doesn't share Australian cricket's despair at England's rise to the top of the Test-playing world.

Tendulkar can't cope with 'disguising' Anderson: Nasser Hussain
Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar has always been a master at sizing up a bowler and working out his gameplan accordingly, but England fast bowler James Anderson has been clever enough to keep him guessing, former England captain Nasser Hussain has said.

Anderson defends ex-England coach Moores after Pietersen's criticism
England fast bowler Jimmy Anderson has praised former coach Peter Moores, a day after batsman Kevin Pietersen claimed that the Three Lions' would not have retained the Ashes with Moores still in charge.

Ashes 2010: Dependable Tim Bresnan to lead England fight back
Yorkshire fast bowler Tim Bresnan is strongly expected to play in the Boxing Day Test at the MCG as England plan how best to respond to their 267-run defeat at the WACA.

'King' Swann keeping his eyes on Ashes prize
Touted as the best spinner in world cricket currently, England off-spinner Graeme Swann is not letting the accolades to go to his head, and has firmly set his sights on securing the coveted Ashes urn for his team.

Hughes will make England pay for taunting him: Langer
Australia's batting coach Justin Langer has backed opener Phillip Hughes to perform in the third Test, and said England will be made to pay for taunting the under-pressure opener.

Gatting confident of England Ashes victory
If England refuses to be daunted by life at the Gabba and avoids a meltdown like the one displayed by fast bowler Steve Harmison in 2006-07, it can win the Ashes series Down Under, feels former England captain Mike Gatting.

Anderson has no intention of doing a Harmy repeat at Gabba
Lancashire and England fast bowler James Anderson has vowed not to repeat Steve Harmison's first ball in The Ashes series flying straight to second slip.

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