Craig Kieswetter

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Namibia Economist
Better cricket helmets are no substitute for good batting techniqueafter passing through the gap between the grille and the peak. In one of these
Better cricket helmets are no substitute for good batting technique
Namibia Economist / Posted 5 hours ago
after passing through the gap between the grille and the peak. In one of these cases Somerset batsman and wicket-keeper Craig Kieswetter was forced to end a hugely promising career after failing to recover from an eye injury. England's fast... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
New England's fresh faceclear that it was a very useful tool to help him get into the England side, But
New England's fresh face
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted yesterday
clear that it was a very useful tool to help him get into the England side, Buttler took it more seriously. He'd found Craig Kieswetter limiting his progress as a wicketkeeper at Somerset, so moved to Lancashire in 2014 because they promised... Read more
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Ipswich Star
On the boundary - Don Topley can understand captain Alastair Cook’s concern over new helmet rulewant to be in control of what they wear and take their chances. Other signific
On the boundary - Don Topley can understand captain Alastair Cook’s concern over new helmet rule
Ipswich Star / Posted 11 days ago
want to be in control of what they wear and take their chances. Other significant batting facial injuries have occurred to Craig Kieswetter and David Fulton, both retiring from the game with career-ending eye injuries. In the 1980s, Mike Gatting... Read more
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express
Sir Ian Botham fumes at how cricket has gone 'so PC it's ridiculous' over helmetsis "part of the psychological warfare" of cricket Rules in place following rec
Sir Ian Botham fumes at how cricket has gone 'so PC it's ridiculous' over helmets
express / Posted 13 days ago
is "part of the psychological warfare" of cricket Rules in place following recent facial injuries to Stuart Broad and Craig Kieswetter make it illegal to bat without wearing the latest design of headgear. England captain Alastair Cook was... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
'All credit to the new helmet' - Chris Nashin an effort to minimise injuries caused by balls bursting through the gap betw
'All credit to the new helmet' - Chris Nash
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 14 days ago
in an effort to minimise injuries caused by balls bursting through the gap between the grille and the peak of the helmet. Craig Kieswetter was forced to retire last year after being hit in the eye by a short-pitched delivery, while Stuart Broad... Read more
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Evening Standard
Cricket nanny state must annoy Cook, but modern sport knows the risksVarun Aaron in 2014; the nose healed but the mental damage persisted for months
Cricket nanny state must annoy Cook, but modern sport knows the risks
Evening Standard / Posted 14 days ago
Varun Aaron in 2014; the nose healed but the mental damage persisted for months. Former England wicketkeeper- batsman Craig Kieswetter, meanwhile, was forced to retire last summer after a similar injury mangled his eye socket. It is on the... Read more
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International Business Times
ECB warn England captain Alastair Cook over refusal to follow new helmet regulations peak of the helmet and its adjustable grille. The revised regulations were intr
ECB warn England captain Alastair Cook over refusal to follow new helmet regulations
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
peak of the helmet and its adjustable grille. The revised regulations were introduced in light of injuries to the likes of Craig Kieswetter and Stuart Broad, both of whom suffered serious problems after the ball went between the gap in the... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
A blossoming career cruelly cut shorttwist of fate. There are many examples of cricketers forced into retirement thr
A blossoming career cruelly cut short
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 21 days ago
twist of fate. There are many examples of cricketers forced into retirement through injury: from well-known cases such as Craig Kieswetter to dimly remembered such as Matt Bulbeck or Simon Ecclestone. Each case represents a personal tragedy. But... Read more
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Sporting Life
Tykes set for three in a rowlooks worryingly threadbare. Spinner Jack Leach may have plenty of work, while
Tykes set for three in a row
Sporting Life / Posted 27 days ago
looks worryingly threadbare. Spinner Jack Leach may have plenty of work, while a side that recently had to choose between Craig Kieswetter and Jos Buttler as wicketkeeper now see Alex Barrow and teenager Ryan Davies, a close-season signing from... Read more
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Daily Mail
Eoin Morgan hails England's mindset for their turnaroundhitters looking to achieve one...Shahid Afridi branded 'absolutely clueless' by
Eoin Morgan hails England's mindset for their turnaround
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
hitters looking to achieve one...Shahid Afridi branded 'absolutely clueless' by Pakistan...England World T20 hero from 2010 Craig Kieswetter admits...West Indies star Lendl Simmons takes advantage of sloppy... Share this article If the rest of the... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
England's class of 2016 revives the winning formulago wrong?" What could possibly go wrong if England trusted their opening batsm
England's class of 2016 revives the winning formula
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted a month ago
go wrong?" What could possibly go wrong if England trusted their opening batsmen to see the ball and hit the ball, as Craig Kieswetter and Michael Lumb did to superb effect in 2010 and Jason Roy and Alex Hales have done in the weeks just... Read more

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