Onions ‘devastated’ after learning he is likely to miss rest of the county season

"I'll be doing everything I can to try to get fit and help the lads out during those final few games"

“I’ll be doing everything I can to try to get fit and help the lads out during those final few games”

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Durham pace bowler Graham Onions has revealed that he is “devastated” to┬álearn that he is likely to miss the rest of the county season after sustaining an abdominal injury.

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‘I believe that I’m good enough to play for England’, says Graham Onions

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“As long as my performances on the county circuit are good then I’m a believer they can’t keep ignoring me”

We’ve heard it from pundits and former players time and time again, why don’t England select pace bowler Graham Onions for their tours?

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‘Cook can be negative, boring, not very imaginative’, says Shane Warne

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“If Australia play well and he continues to captain the way he does, I think England are going to lose the series”

Former Australia spin king Shane Warne has taken a jab at Alastair Cook just weeks before the start of the Ashes series, stating that the England captain “can be negative, boring, not very imaginative”.

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‘I still have huge aspirations to play one more Test’, says Graham Onions

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“I am convinced that eventually I will get into that side”

England pace bowler Graham Onions continued to be overlooked during the recent Ashes series and may carry on sitting on the bench when the national team head to the Land Down Under for the second leg of the historic series, despite finishing atop the wicket-takers list in the recent county season.

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We are not trying to cheat the DRS in any way, says Michael Clarke

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Both Clarke and Pietersen have denied allegations that batsmen have been using silicon tape on the edges of their bats

Australia captain Michael Clarke has announced that his side have not tried to cheat the Decision Review System (DRS) in the ongoing Ashes series in any way whatsoever after allegations emerged that batsmen from both Australia and England had started taping the edges of their bats to fool the cameras.

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