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Malan

(mɑːˈlɑːn)
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(Biography) Daniel F(rançois). 1874–1959, South African statesman; prime minister (1948–54). He passed legislation to introduce apartheid
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Malan was then selected in the England team and scored a century in the Ashes.
THE return of "freak" talent Ben Stokes to the England set-up will be a big boost to the dressing room, according to batsman Dawid Malan.
DAWID Malan expects internal competition and a "never say die" approach to serve England's Twenty20 side well as they look to bounce back from defeat.
DAWID Malan expects internal competition and a "never-say-die" ap-proach to serve England's Twenty20 side well as they look to bounce back from defeat.
Dawid Malan top-scored for the tourists with a stylish 50 but lacked any solid support as wickets tumbled.
DAWID Malan was one of the few England players to bolster their reputation during the Ashes and now he is desperate to make up for lost time in white-ball cricket.
It made me jump up and down of joy Was very happy for him, the brother, Malan Morket, who also played cricket, said exclusively over telephone.
Both Dawid Malan, who finished unbeaten on 55 after sharing a stand of 133 with Joe Root (83), and Australia all-rounder Mitch Marsh were taken aback at the sight of Bairstow marching out with little more than five minutes left.
Nightwatchmen are routinely deployed if a wicket falls in the last half-hour of play, and Malan said: "I was a little bit (surprised).
Root and Dawid Malan had combined for a 133-run partnership to help the tourists to 228 for three when Australia took the new ball with less than half an hour of play remaining.
Dawid Malan, the leading runscorer in the failed Ashes campaign to date, is already visualising how England can prove to a packed house in Melbourne they are better than they have so far shown in the series.