Andrew Strauss

Full name:Andrew John Strauss
Born:2nd March 1977, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa
Batting:Left-hand batsman
Bowling:Left-arm medium pace
Occasional wicket-keeper
Education:Radley College
Biography:Awarded MBE in 2006 New Year's Honours for services to cricket; awarded OBE in 2011 Queen's Birthday Honours for services to cricket
Teams:England (Test: 2004-2012); England (ODI: 2003/04-2010/11); England (World Cup: 2006/07-2010/11); England (Int Twenty20: 2005-2008/09); Middlesex (Main FC: 1998-2012); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 2002); Somerset (Main FC: 2011); Middlesex (Main ListA: 1997-2010); Northern Districts (Main ListA: 2007/08); Middlesex (Main Twenty20: 2003-2008/09); Northern Districts (Main Twenty20: 2007/08); England (Other FC: 2004-2012); England XI (Other FC: 2004/05-2011/12); England Lions (Other FC: 2007); British Universities (Other ListA: 1997-1998); England XI (Other ListA: 2003/04-2009/10); England (Other ListA: 2003/04-2010/11); England (Other Twenty20: 2005-2008/09); Oxfordshire (Minor Counties Championship: 1996); All teams
Middlesex cap: 2001
Middlesex Captain: 2002 - 2004
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 2005
Middlesex benefit season: 2009
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Century by Strauss puts England in strong position
 England prevail over ten Doeschate inspired Netherlands
 Strauss inspires England to second win
 England cruise to a nine wicket win
 List of all articles
Pictures:Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq poses with his England counterpart Andrew Strauss with the series trophy
 Andrew Strauss celebrates his brilliant ton
 Andrew Strauss is bowled by Shoaib
 Andrew Strauss and Anderson celebrate after winning the 5-ODI sereis 3-2 against Pakistan
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