Name: Anthony McGrath
Date of birth: 06/10/1975
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: 1st
Bowling Style: Right arm medium
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test Debut v Zimbabwe at Lord's - May, 2003
- ODI Debut v Pakistan at Manchester - Jun, 2003
- After an initial bright start to his career in the mid-1990's, McGrath seemed to be languishing at Headingly until his appointment to captain in 2003.
- Within the month he was called into the England team after injury to Andrew Flintoff.
- Hit consecutive half-centuries, and took 3 wickets in his first 6 overs against Zimbabwe.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2003-2003||Innings Bowled:||2|
|Highest Score:||81||Best bowling in Innings:||3/16|
|Career Span:||2003-2004||Innings Bowled:||7|
|Highest Score:||52||Best bowling in Innings:||1/13|
Full International Career History
|Jul 31 2003||South Africa||Lord's||1||4|
|Jul 28 2003||South Africa||Edgbaston||1||34|
|Jun 5 2003||Zimbabwe||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||81|
|May 24 2003||Zimbabwe||Lord's||1||69|
|Jul 31 2003||South Africa||Lord's||1||1/40|
|May 24 2003||Zimbabwe||Lord's||2||3/16|
|Sep 5 2004||India||Lord's||1||2|
|Jul 1 2004||West Indies||Headingley Carnegie||1||DNB|
|Jun 29 2004||New Zealand||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||12|
|Jun 27 2004||West Indies||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||9|
|Jul 12 2003||South Africa||Lord's||1||15*|
|Jul 8 2003||South Africa||Edgbaston||1||11|
|Jul 6 2003||Zimbabwe||County Ground, Bristol||1||1|
|Jul 3 2003||South Africa||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||52|
|Jul 1 2003||Zimbabwe||Headingley Carnegie||1||15*|
|Jun 28 2003||South Africa||The Oval||1||0|
|Jun 26 2003||Zimbabwe||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||14|
|Jun 22 2003||Pakistan||Lord's||1||2|
|Jun 20 2003||Pakistan||The Oval||1||DNB|
|Jun 17 2003||Pakistan||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||33|
|Jul 1 2004||West Indies||Headingley Carnegie||1||1/36|
|Jun 27 2004||West Indies||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||1/13|
|Jul 8 2003||South Africa||Edgbaston||1||1/15|
|Jun 28 2003||South Africa||The Oval||1||0/15|
|Jun 26 2003||Zimbabwe||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||0/35|
|Jun 22 2003||Pakistan||Lord's||1||0/21|
|Jun 20 2003||Pakistan||The Oval||1||1/40|
Today's Fixtures & Results
Pakistan 454 & 286-2 DecCloseAustralia 303 & 59-4
Australia trail Pakistan by 378 runs with 6 wickets remaining
New Zealand22:30S Africa
Bangladesh 27-1CloseZimbabwe 240
Bangladesh trail Zimbabwe by 213 runs with 9 wickets remaining
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Yorkshire batsman Anthony McGrath has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket with immediate effect.
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Anthony McGrath has backed Yorkshire team-mate Joe Root to rise to the challenge should he be selected against India.
McGrath admits promotion 'relief'
Anthony McGrath has spoken of his relief to have helped Yorkshrie achieve promotion back to Division One of the County Championship.