STUART BROAD: The highs, lows and biggest influences on my road towards 100 Test appearances for England 

Some of my earliest memories are of watching my dad bat in the famous 1986-87 Ashes when he scored three hundreds. 
I remember trying on his England caps and jumpers and looking at his man-of-the-match medals. That can only make you want to play for England.
In the back garden with my mates we'd always play England v Australia. One week I'd be Australia opening the batting as Hayden and Langer and the next England. We'd tape the ball up, have nets up as fielders, and play proper games of cricket all weekend. 
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15 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 32
Source: Daily Mail

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