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Joe Root lines up with Wally Hammond and Peter May

Posted on August 17, 2014 by Selby There have been 0 comments


Joe Root's (Yorks, Eng) batting yesterday at the Kia Oval put paid to any hopes India may have had of a Test win, adding 92 runs off 129 balls, hopefully this innings has the potential to become his fifth Test century. England are firmly in charge after the first two days with a 236 run lead leaving India with a very outside chance of saving the Test.

There were a number of cricket memorabilia signings over weekend especially signed cricket bats (tourists and home), autographed tour itineraries and signed photographs.

It is interesting to note that Joe Root now has an enviable average score of 90 runs since he was dropped for the last Test against Australia

Cricket Collectables will be at the Oval again on Sunday and look forward to getting some Mahendra Singh Dhoni match worn gloves autographed, to add to the collection, he has set an example as Captain scoring 82 off 140 in the first innings would have been more without a good catch from Chris Woakes.

Tony Selby

 


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