Jonathan Agnew

@Aggerscricket

BBC cricket correspondent. I am a self employed freelance, so these are my views. Disagreements accepted. Hostility, nastiness blocked.

England as never seen before

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1972 days ago

England as never seen before

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Salem82e 1969 days ago

frequentness profuseness consulship welter http://bit.ly/h0JcsN

KevinNialJones 1971 days ago

great idea, more awareness of all forms of cancer me thinks!
come on England, I was in Sydney 4 years ago and can't wait to see an England win.

L0v3l4C3 1972 days ago

Brilliant! Can't wait for the Sidney test - come on England!!! #ashes

johnrabone 1972 days ago

Nice one..!

JY_American 1972 days ago

Surrey plays all their 4 Day games as the Brown Caps -- draw your own conclusion.

DrAllsopp 1972 days ago

More men die from prostate cancer so where is the prostate cancer test match? Oh, that not PC enough.

heyimfrank 1972 days ago

aww! i am so proud. :)

TheBroadettes8 1972 days ago

thats really awesome of them to do something like that! :)

meezeyk 1972 days ago

Glenn McGrath's wife Jane was an Englishwoman. This is a terrific foundation doing much good work throughout Australia. Where I live - in a country town - we now have a special nurse for breast cancer patients, all due to this Foundation.

ArishSatheesan 1972 days ago

Nice to see this...Eng for Aussie legend...

AverageScottay 1972 days ago

I think this is for Glen McGrath cancer research! After his wife got cancer couple years ago!

smile_of_decade 1972 days ago

good to see the guys supporting Aussie gay pride

ThomasPearson14 1972 days ago

Why is this not the official hat? Imagine if we were wearing these when we finished off the aussies!