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Brian Christopher Broad is a former English cricketer and broadcaster who currently serves as a cricket official. As an opening batsman, he played 26 Test matches for England and scored six centuries, together with 34 One Day International matches with a respectable over 40 average. He is known largely for his feats during the 1986/87 Ashes series where he hit three centuries in consecutive Tests, and for his fiery demeanour at the crease.

Craughwell Town in Connacht, Ireland

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1892 was the third season of County Championship cricket in England. Surrey set a record number of wins with thirteen of their sixteen matches to retain the title. George Lohmann and Bill Lockwood took over 100 wickets each in the 16 Championship matches.

1898 was the ninth season of County Championship cricket in England. Yorkshire won the championship for the second time in three years. It was an emphatic victory with a record of sixteen wins and seven draws in 26 games. Middlesex finished second after two wins over Kent in late August to improve five places on their 1897 finish. Derbyshire broke their streak of 22 Championship matches without victory by beating Hampshire in late May. As for individual performances, Surrey batsman Bobby Abel made 1800 runs for the second season in succession, one run shy of his own championship record in 1897.

Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy ICC Player of the Year

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Stuart Broad English cricketer

Stuart Christopher John Broad, is an English cricketer who plays Test cricket for the England cricket team and a former ODI and T20 captain. A right-arm seam bowler and left-handed batsman, Broad began his professional career at Leicestershire, the team attached to his school, Oakham School; in 2008 he transferred to Nottinghamshire, the county of his birth and the team for which his father played. In August 2006 he was voted the Cricket Writers' Club Young Cricketer of the Year. In the fourth Test of the 2015 Ashes series Broad took career best figures of 8–15 in the Australian first innings as they were dismissed for just 60. This performance was named as Wisden's Test spell of the decade.

1827 was the 41st season of cricket in England since the foundation of Marylebone Cricket Club. It saw the first playing of the University match and the introduction of roundarm bowling as an accepted way of delivering the ball.

In the 1872 cricket season, the first experiment in pitch covering was carried out. Prince's Cricket Ground opened in Chelsea, London.

1873 was the 87th season of cricket in England since the foundation of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). In only their fourth season as a first-class team, Gloucestershire was proclaimed joint Champion County by the media and went on to claim the still unofficial title four times in five seasons.

1826 was the 40th season of cricket in England since the foundation of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). The revival of inter-county cricket gathered pace and William Clarke made his known first-class debut.

1792 was the sixth season of cricket in England since the foundation of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). Kent played Hampshire at Cobham Park, which was Lord Darnley’s estate and the home of the Bligh family. Ninety years later it became the home of the Ashes in the shape of the urn brought back from Australia by the Hon. Ivo Bligh.

Events from the year 1869 in Ireland.

Ryan Andrew Broad is an Australian professional cricketer who plays for the Queensland Bulls. He is a right-handed opening batsman. Broad was educated at the Anglican Church Grammar School.

James Broad was an English cricketer who played one first-class cricket match for Kent County Cricket Club in 1854. He was born and died in Cobham, Kent.

2011 LG ICC Awards

The 2011 LG ICC Awards were held on 12 September 2011 in London, England. The awards were presented in association with Federation of International Cricketers' Associations. The International Cricket Council has been hosting the ICC Awards since 2004 and was then in its eighth year. The previous ones were held in London (2004), Sydney (2005), Mumbai (2006), Johannesburg, Dubai (2008) and Bengaluru (2010). The ICC awards the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy to the Cricketer of the Year, that of which is considered to be the most prestigious award in world cricket.

Broad is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Wayne Ronald Broad is a former first-class cricketer who played for Queensland from 1977 to 1987, mostly as a batsman and medium-paced bowler.