Bresnan

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Tim Bresnan - International Career - 2010: Twenty20 and Ashes Success
... Bresnan had a successful tour of Bangladesh in 2009/10 ... Bresnan was the top-seamer on either side, taking 7 wickets for 32.29 ... England then took part in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 and Bresnan played in all their matches, culminating with victory over Australia in the final this was the first time England had won an ICC ...
Amanda Bresnan - External Links
... Amanda Bresnan Official Website and Newsfeed Amanda Bresnan Parliamentary Website and Information Amanda Bresnan's Inaugural Speech ...
Amanda Bresnan - Political Career
... Bresnan ran for election for the electorate of Molonglo in the 2004 ACT Election representing the ACT Greens ... In the 2007 Australian federal election, Bresnan ran for the House of Representatives seat of Canberra, again representing the Australian Greens ... The candidature of Bresnan and Meredith Hunter for the House of Representatives was part of an extensive campaign in the ACT to elect Kerrie Tucker end ...
Tim Bresnan - International Career - 2011 and 2012: India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka
... Bresnan suffered a recurrence of his calf injury and as a result was ruled out of England's three-match Test series against Sri Lanka ... His return to fitness saw Bresnan pressuring the out of form Stuart Broad for the all-rounder's berth in the Test team, however it was an injury to seamer Chris Tremlett ahead of the second ... Bresnan's all-round effort, which included an innings of 90 and Test-best bowling figures of 5/48, helped England secure a 319-run win over India and go 2–0 up in the series ...
Amanda Bresnan
... Amanda Bresnan (born 4 December 1971) is an Australian politician and a member of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly ... Bresnan was elected to the ACT Legislative Assembly representing the electorate of Brindabella for the ACT Greens at the 2008 election and defeated at the 2012 election ...