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Yorkshire batsman Anthony McGrath has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket with immediate effect.
Anthony McGrath has backed Yorkshire team-mate Joe Root to rise to the challenge should he be selected against India.
Anthony McGrath has spoken of his relief to have helped Yorkshrie achieve promotion back to Division One of the County Championship.
Yorkshire right-hander Anthony McGrath could be fit for the start of the LV= County Championship season after undergoing knee surgery.
Yorkshire skipper Andrew Gale is one of 11 players to commit their futures to the White Rose county.
Anthony McGrath has stepped down as Yorkshire captain after admitting the role affected his form.
Yorkshire captain Anthony McGrath has signed a new three-year contract with the White Rose county.
Yorkshire captain Anthony McGrath says Michael Vaughan's omission from the England squad will benefit his side.
Anthony McGrath thinks a good start to England's Caribbean tour will help reunite the team.
Yorkshire have confirmed that Anthony McGrath will captain the side for the 2009 season.
Yorkshire all-rounder Anthony McGrath says he is finally ready for a second shot as captain.
Yorkshire moved into second place in NatWest Pro40 Division Two with a 49-run win over Glamorgan.
Anthony McGrath struck a majestic unbeaten 85 to guide Yorkshire to an impressive seven-wicket win over Kent at Scarborough.
Yorkshire moved out of the bottom two by taking maximum bonus points from the draw with Lancashire.
Kent needed an eighth-wicket stand of 34 to chase a target of 140 for a three-wicket win over Yorkshire.
Yorkshire lifted themselves off the foot of the North Division table as they beat Derbyshire by 11 runs at Chesterfield.
Criticised pair James Anderson and Stuart Broad were 'outstanding' on day three, says Andrew Strauss.
Test newbie Jos Buttler's electric batting can re-energise English cricket supporters, says Athers.
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