England Cricket: Alastair Cook Signs Essex Contract
Alastair Cook has marked another three-year contract with Essex subsequent to reporting his retirement from international cricket.
The 33-year-old opener is set to play his 161st and last Test against India at The Oval, which is scheduled to start from 7th September, Friday.
— Radio Essex Newsroom (@radioessexnews) 5 September 2018
The English batsman made his debut for the county club, Essex against Nottinghamshire in 2003, and helped the side win the County Championship title in 2017.
Cook will play a vital role in England’s domestic cricket as the batsman who has scored 12,254 Test runs and made 32 centuries, is somewhat of a role model to young English cricketers.
‘I cried when I told my team-mates’ – Alastair Cook’s retirement press conference: Alastair Cook addressed a variety of issues, from mental strength to Kevin Pietersen to his future with Essex, after announcing his impending retirement https://t.co/jqoimDh4UD pic.twitter.com/2ur9eYaWTH
— Cricket news (@cricket_news112) 5 September 2018
Alastair Cook has signed a 3 year deal with Essex. Think it’s good for county cricket when England players play on after their international careers have finished. Find amazing how long they can keep going too. He could be playing for some time yet.
— Football Fragmento (@footyfragmento) 5 September 2018
— Nick Helyar (@njhelyar) 5 September 2018
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