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He is carrying on with his good form, it's a great thing for him as a batsman.
Opening batsman Alastair Cook reached the ninth century of his Test career and he was unbeaten on 126 at the close of play at the Riverside.
Former England seamer Alex Tudor will probably return to the Essex side, but batsman Varun Chopra will be missing as he is on England Under-19 duty.
The four candidates will be interviewed by Warwickshire's chief executive Dennis Amiss, cricket committee chairman Jamie McDowal, former county batsman John Claughton, now headmaster of Solihull School, and former Middlesex and Gloucestershire batsman Keith Tomlins, who will be representing the England and Wales Cricket Board.
To me, the way Tendulkar got out in his three innings against New Zealand does not suggest by any stretch of the imagination that he is finished as an international batsman," he said.
The club sign Australian opening batsman Jimmy Maher thus preventing young players, Ian Thomas, Dan Cherry, Jonathan Hughes an opportunity to develop in the senior XI.
This time, the selectors have lost their patience at England's inability to post a challenging total and the option of including all seven batsman is a realistic possibility with Michael Vaughan and Graeme Hick both likely to be called upon for their off-spin.
According to Sport24, Kallis was rewarded with a jump of three places, which meant he signed off on his magnificent career in 12th position, for becoming only the 31st batsman and fourth from South Africa to score a century in his final Test, adding that overall, Kallis spent 68 Tests and 592 days as the top-ranked Test batsman.
Muscat: Opening batsman Asad Ali scored a match winning 113 (144b, 10x4) to steer Passage to India (PTI) to an emphatic 74-run win against Enhance in a Muscat Pharmacy & Stores LLC sponsored A Division 50 over match played on Friday at the MOS Turf ground at Al Amerat.
If a batsman got out playing a wrong shot, he had to leave the crease, remove his pads and wait for his next turn to bat unlike usual net sessions where one could continue to bat even if one got out.
The willow has improved so much," said the Mumbai- based batsman.