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Flintoff

(ˈflɪntɒf)
n
(Biography) Andrew. born 1977, English cricketer; an all-rounder, he played 79 test matches for England (1998–2009)
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MERSEYSIDE comic John Bishop will interview stars including James Corden, Andrew Flintoff and Jo Brand for his new chat show.
ENGLAND cricket hero Andrew Flintoff is set to top the bill at the second Tom Maynard memorial cricket match at St Fagans CC today.
ANDREW Flintoff is poised to make a shock return to cricket after Lancashire announced they are in talks to bring back the former England all-rounder for their NatWest T20 Blast campaign.
FORMER England cricket star Andrew Flintoff has announced his intention to become a professional boxer and make his debut in Manchester in November.
Andrew Flintoff and James Corden were both given a polite welcome by the capacity crowd, but Scouse comic John Bishop's Liverpool allegiance didn't go down so well.
Summary: Andrew Flintoff believes England need to decide this summer who their 2015 World Cup captain should be.
ENGLAND all-rounder Andrew Flintoff has been ruled out of competitive cricket for the rest of the season by his county Lancashire.
ANDREW FLINTOFF will be told "thanks but no thanks" by the England selectors if he puts himself forward for selection for a final Ashes hurrah this year.
Andrew Flintoff hit the top score of 24, but England's batting was undermined by Taylor with a career-best 5-11 from nine overs in which he was lethal in speed, length, and direction.
ANDREW Strauss has expressed sympathy for Andrew Flintoff after the allrounder incurred deep vein thrombosis in his right calf following knee surgery.
Marcus North wants Andrew Flintoff to be fit for the last two Ashes Tests so that Australia can say they beat an England side at full strength.
ANDREW FLINTOFF has announced that he will retire from Test cricket at the end of the Ashes series but the all-rounder should be fit for today's second Test at Lord's.