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Brezzy off the mark as England win in style

— 18 May 2009

Eight days into his England Test career Tim Bresnan took his first wickets as England clinched the Test series 2-0 over the West Indies.

Eight days into his England Test career Tim Bresnan took his first wickets as England clinched the Test series 2-0 over the West Indies.


Most Yorkshire fans watching the last two Test matches would have been wondering when Tim was finally going to get a long enough spell of bowling to prove his worth to England captain Andrew Strauss. When he was thrown the ball on Day 5 at the Riverside today he snaffled his first Test wicket, Brendon Nash, and then immediately dismissed Ramdin. It was then left to Bresnan to finish the series with the dismissal of Edwards to end with figures of 3-45.











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 Sealing the deal – Tim Bresnan celebrates the wicket
 of Fidel Edwards as England take the Test series

Bresnan is included in the One-Day International squad which will play against the West Indies at Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground on Thursday. Tickets are still available for this match – CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION,

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