Geraint Jones

Geraint Jones

Geraint Owen Jones MBE (born 14 July 1976) is a Papua New Guinean-born, Australian-raised English cricketer of Welsh extraction. Until August 2006 he was the first-choice wicketkeeper for England in both Test and One-day cricket, but fell behind Chris Read, Paul Nixon, Matt Prior and Tim Ambrose. He plays county cricket for Kent and now plays international cricket for Papua New Guinea.

Read more about Geraint Jones:  Personal Life, England Career, Papua New Guinea Career, Records

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Australian Cricket Team In England In 2005 - The Matches - England V Australia (2 July)
... Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden punished the England opening bowlers Darren Gough and Simon Jones to be 50 for 0 after 6.3 overs ... bowlers on, first Andrew Flintoff for Jones (who had been taken for 29 runs in his first three overs) and then the big man from Ashington, Steve Harmison ... behind with a ball that moved away from the batsman, off the waiting edge and into Geraint Jones' gloves ...
Alceste (Gluck) - Recordings
... Alceste (Original Italian version edited by Geraint Jones), Kirsten Flagstad, Raoul Jobin, Alexander Young, Marion Lowe, Thomas Hemsley, Joan Clark, Rosemary Thayer, Geraint Jones ...
One-Day Internationals In England In 2005 - NatWest Series - Final - England V Australia (2 July)
... opening bowlers Darren Gough and Simon Jones to be 50 for 0 after 6.3 overs ... England captain Michael Vaughan brought his change bowlers on, first Andrew Flintoff for Jones (who had been taken for 29 runs in his first three overs) and then the big man from Ashington, Steve Harmison ... that moved away from the batsman, off the waiting edge and into Geraint Jones' gloves ...
2005 Ashes Series - Match Details - Fifth Test: England V Australia (8–12 September)
... England's Simon Jones did not recover from his ankle injury from the previous Test in time to be included in the England team, and was replaced after much speculation by all-rounder ... The day ended with Geraint Jones and Ashley Giles at the crease, with England 319 for 7 ... Day two began positively for the Australians, with Jones being bowled for 25 off Brett Lee, and Matthew Hoggard managing a meagre 2 before being dismissed by McGrath ...
Geraint Jones - Records
... On 13 July 2006, during England's first Test with Pakistan, Jones became the world-record holder for most Test innings played without having scored a duck (46 innings) ... Jones went on to make a further five innings before failing to score in his 52nd innings ...

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