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    http://www.cricinfo.com/england/content/current/story/411112.html

    Michael Vaughan has confirmed at a press conference in Edgbaston that he is to retire from all forms of professional cricket with immediate effect. He departs the international scene as England's most successful Test captain of all time - with 26 wins from his 51 matches in charge.

    His achievements also include leading England to their first Ashes victory against Australia for 18 years in 2005; a first Test series win in South Africa for forty years - also in 2005 - and presiding over eight consecutive Test wins in 2004.

    As a batsman, he scored 18 Test hundreds for England following his debut in 1999 and was ranked the number one batsman in the world following the 2002-03 Ashes in Australia in which he made 633 runs including three centuries.
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    01 Jul '09 01:45
    Mo Vaughn is his long lost brother.
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    Who will be the openers for England during the Ashes?
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    02 Jul '09 10:12
    Originally posted by Zort Boy
    Who will be the openers for England during the Ashes?
    Good for Australia . You're going down England. And at home too!
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    02 Jul '09 10:52
    Originally posted by Zort Boy
    Who will be the openers for England during the Ashes?
    Strauss & Cook
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