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Added Steve Williams, President of Heffernan Employee Benefits, "We are thrilled to have an expert like Stumper on board who will be instrumental in designing and launching Heffernan's first medical insurance captive program.
In a statement read at the inquest on Monday, Hayley's grandmother Sylvia Stevenson said Dr Stumper had "barked" at her when she asked about her grandchild's care on November 10.
88) and stumper Tom Kemp with 30 victims (22 catches, 8 stumpings) to thank for their promotion-winning season behind the champions.
England have refused to name the former stumper as No.
Five wickets for Ian Bray and three for Jason Longmore, along with five catches behind by Marsden stumper and skipper Matt Butters saw Almondbury back for 154, which posed few problems for the home side, as Martin Kyle (37) and Steve Butters (42) shared a half-century stand for the first wicket, before Honey Garg (43) joined Butters in a 66-run stand for the second.
Somerset stumper Kieswetter's swift promotion to the England 50-over and Twenty20 sides may limit his county appearances and at 9-2 Jones looks the value.
25 (ANI): Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is closing in on a unique record - the stumper to let go of the most byes in cricket.
He may be joined by Stev eDavies, despite the new stumper being bowled for just two.
The visitors, with 14 points under their belt going into their 11th match, lost an early wicket -- that of James Hopes, who poked his bat at a fine out-swinger from Pollock off the first ball he faced and nicked to stumper Pinal Shah.
They faced questions about Spam, turkey, bacon and one absolute stumper about the colour of a giraffes tongue, as well as more general questions.
But if he is to make it as a wicketkeeper-batsman in the manner of Prior (right), ex-England stumper Paul Nixon reckons he must improve his glovework.
Altogether, Butter's totalled 52 in League and Sykes Cup with 36 catches and 16 stumpings, but for the purposes of the prizewinners (which only take League performances into consideration) the Hemplow stumper had to settle for 46 (31ct, 15st), all of which helped his club consolidate their place in the top flight after being promoted the previous season, when Butters also won the Conference keeping prize.