WATCH: Graham Onions on his Ashes Memories
#TheRetURN Ashes Memories: “It put cricket on the map.” Graham Onions
In the first part of our Ashes Memories feature, Lancashire and former England seam bowler Graham Onions talks to Lancashire Cricket TV about his memories of watching the iconic Test match between England and Australia, including the renowned 2005 Ashes Test at Emirates Old Trafford, as we count down to the 4th Specsavers Ashes Test.
WATCH: Graham Onions Ashes Memories
Graham Onions was part of the 2009 Ashes winning side where he played three Tests and took 10 wickets to help England secure a 2-1 series win against Australia. Speaking of his fond Ashes Memories, the former England International mentioned the likes of Ian Botham and Bob Willis, as well as the 2005 series which “helped put cricket on the map.”
The next Ashes series will see England and Australia come face-to-face at Emirates Old Trafford as our iconic stadium witnesses #TheRetURN of Ashes cricket for the first time since 2013 from Wednesday 4 – Sunday 8 September.
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