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Caddick quits ODI cricket

March 28, 2003 20:18 IST

England pace bowler Andrew Caddick retired from international one-day cricket on Friday.

The 34-year-old Somerset player, who led England's attack at the World Cup in South Africa, will continue playing Test cricket.

In a statement, Caddicksaidhe wants to give younger bowlers a chance to establish themselves before the next World Cup in 2007.

His decision follows Nasser Hussain's resignation as England's one-day international skipper.

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Sub: Brave front..

I have always felt Caddick had been an underacheiver throughout... He was in his prime some 4 years before when he used his height to ...

Posted by Prabhu

Sub: Caddick, a good fast bowler

Caddick was one of those consistent & good fast bowlers in the recent past & has been very good for England. Sorry to hear his ...

Posted by Divya B Sridhar

Sub: Caddick the great....

Caddick has an wodefrul knack with words.This is another way of saying , the selctors found that his service was not required anymore and decided ...

Posted by Navaneeth

Sub: Bravo !

A very temperamental bowler ... truly unplayable somedays, pedestrian the other days. Goughie n Andy were among the best bowlers that England produced during our ...

Posted by Rajaram

Sub: Caddick quits ODI

Caddick was never a great bowler. He may have been the better of the English bowlers, but that is just a reflection on the state ...

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