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Tim Bresnan

Timothy 'Tim' Thomas Bresnan (born 28 February 1985) is an English cricketer. He is a fast-medium bowler, as well as being respected for his ability ... More »Timothy 'Tim' Thomas Bresnan (born 28 February 1985) is an English cricketer. He is a fast-medium bowler, as well as being respected for his ability with the bat for Yorkshire. He normally fields in the deep. He won the NBC Denis Compton Award in 2002 and 2003. In June 2006 he was called up to the England One Day International side, and in May 2009, he joined the Test side. He was selected for the 2010–11 Ashes series and played in the Boxing Day Test at the MCG; he took six wickets including the final one which saw England retain the Ashes. Bresnan was born in February 1985 to Ray and Julie. He attended Castleford High School Technology and Sports College, and subsequently attended NEW College, Pontefract. He started his career and played his junior cricket at Townville Cricket Club, the club where his father played his cricket, and where his brother Ritchie still does. He then moved to Castleford Cricket Club as he began to play within the Yorkshire set up. He is a Leeds United FC... [ Wikipedia ]

BBC Sport Ashes 2013: Tim Bresnan hits unbeaten century against Essex

Tim Bresnan made a century and was part of an England attack that chipped away at the Essex batting on day two of the Ashes warm-up match. Bresnan's unbeaten 105 and 94 from Graeme Swann, the eighth-wicket pair sharing a stand of 187, allowed the national side to declare on 413-9. ...

Soon-to-be father Tim Bresnan maintains England focus

Agence France-Presse | Last updated on Sunday, 02 June 2013 09:56 Print font size - + England's Tim Bresnan has insisted the prospect of becoming a father for the first time is not proving a distraction during the one-day series with New Zealand. Bresnan's wife is due to give ...

Tim Bresnan fears being overlooked for Ashes despite century at Essex

Tim Bresnan is aware that he needs to improve his form with the ball if he is to forces his way into England's plans for the Ashes. The Yorkshire seamer proved he is capable of providing crucial lower-order runs after he compiled a superb, unbeaten century in England's warm-up match ...

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Tim Bresnan was not too worried about Graeme Swann's blow on the arm

Tim Bresnan says he was only momentarily concerned about the injury suffered by his England team mate Graeme Swann at Chelmsford. Swann was hit on the forearm by Tymal Mills during the Ashes warm-up match against Essex but he was able to bat on and reach 94 before he went to hospital for ...

Essex v England: Tim Bresanan completes century before declaration

Tim Bresnan completed a century before England declared on 413-9 at the start of the second day of their Ashes warm-up against Essex. Bresnan and fellow lower-order batsman Graeme Swann had dragged England out of trouble at the end of the opening day and continued their good work ...

Essex v England, LV= Challenge Match, Chelmsford, 2nd day Report : Graeme Swann blow overshadows Tim...

Tim Bresnan provided a timely reminder of his all-round credentials with the fourth first-class century of his career and Swann made his highest first-class score since 2007. But a blow to Swann's right forearm - his bowling arm - meant he was unable to take the field when Essex began ...

England seamer Tim Bresnan insists lower-order knocks can be key in Ashes

England seamer Tim Bresnan insists that it is no bad thing that the lower order have had to bat for a long period of time to help England recover from 212-7 in their Ashes warm-up game against Essex. Bresnan and Graeme Swann have so far put on over 100 for the eighth wicket at ...

Swann and Bresnan revive England in warm-up

Agence France-Presse | Last updated on Monday, 01 July 2013 01:40 Print font size - + Graeme Swann and Tim Bresnan both scored unbeaten fifties to help boost England's total after several batsmen threw away promising starts on the first day of the Ashes warm-up against Essex on Sunday. ...

Cook wonders at the calamity

Tim Bresnan has the sort of dependable face you can feel comfortable looking at in a crisis. Finally England scored another run as Bresnan slices away a ball to third man. The refuge of the lucky man. Now Ravi Jadeja was on: MS Dhoni's toy-sized Chuck Norris. Dhoni gave him a ...

England v India, Champions Trophy final: live

But now some poor cricket from England, Dhawan gets a thick edge and tehy run a single - Tim Bresnan's throw is high and wild. Jos Buttler leaps and his glove deflects it wide of the man backing up, Morgan, and there are four overthrows. So despite it being a good over, there are ten off it! ...

Tim Bresnan: Why I am loving the daddy of all weeks

Big call: Tim Bresnan decided to stay with wife Hannah, who was expecting his child, and not play in England's Champions Trophy semi-final I had to decide whether to stay with my wife, Hannah, knowing she could give birth at any time, or return to the England squad for the Champions ...

England v South Africa: Champions Trophy – live!

Answers on their way… This is the Press Association's morning report, which should fill a few gaps for the moment: England went into today's Champions Trophy semi-final against South Africa without both Graeme Swann and Tim Bresnan. Swann was again replaced by James Tredwell, as England ...

England wait on availability of Tim Bresnan ahead of semi-final

England are waiting on the availability of all-rounder Tim Bresnan ahead of Wednesday's ICC Champions Trophy semi-final against South Africa. The Yorkshireman, 28, has been on standby for the birth of his first child since the start of the competition and left the team camp on Tuesday to ...

Ashes: Lower-order runs boost England on opening day against Essex

Tim Bresnan and Graeme Swann hit half-centuries to rescue England on the opening day of their Ashes warm-up match against Essex at Chelmsford. The eighth-wicket pair put on an unbroken stand of 116 to leave England on 328-7 at the close, Bresnan unbetean on 55 and Swann 62 not ...

BBC Sport Ashes 2013: England top order slump against Essex

An eighth-wicket stand of 116 between Tim Bresnan and Graeme Swann took England to respectability after a careless top-order display on the first day of their four-day Ashes warm-up game against Essex. Bresnan's unbeaten 55, and 62 not out from Swann, took the national side from ...

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Champions Trophy final: How India and England stack up

The main reason why England were favourites coming into the competition was the bowling attack of James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Tim Bresnan and Steven Finn, and they have performed exceedingly well as was expected of them. Bowling spearhead Anderson has lead from the front picking up 10 ...

England v India, Champions Trophy, final, Edgbaston : England ready to create history

Tim Bresnan is also available having missed the semi-final to witness the birth of his first child. Bresnan was replaced for that game by Steven Finn, who took the vital wicket of Hashim Amla, but England have huge respect for Bresnan's skills with bat and ball and he could ...

ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Semi Final: England v South Africa, Where to Watch Live and Team News

James Anderson produced an inspired 3/30 and with support from Tim Bresnan (2/45) and the rest of the bowlers, all of whom were among the wickets, Australia were restricted to 221/9. It all went horribly wrong in London though, with Bresnan, Stuart Broad and the rest of the ...

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Champions Trohpy: Jonathan Trott could miss key clash with New Zealand

Trott aside, England may yet have to do without Tim Bresnan against New Zealand. His wife was due to give birth during the NatWest Series against the same opposition but has still not done so, meaning he could be withdrawn at any time to attend. Such a situation would be a blow to ...

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ICC Champions Trophy 2013: England v Sri Lanka, Where to Watch Live, Preview and Team News

Phillip Hughes (30) and captain George Bailey (55) tried a rescue act but excellent figures bowling from James Anderson (3/30), Stuart Broad (1/35), Tim Bresnan (2/45) and James Tredwell (1/51) meant the pressure was always on the Australian batsmen. James Faulkner made a valiant effort ...

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