Paul Collingwood

  • Collingwood joins England coaching staff February 27, 2014

    Former Test batsman Paul Collingwood will join England's coaching staff for their upcoming tour of the West Indies and the subsequent World Twenty20 in Bangladesh, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced on Wednesday. Collingwood, still an active player as captain of county champions Durham, recently impressed as a coach...
  • Scotland eye big upsets in 2015 World Cup February 2, 2014

    Wellington: Scotland cocoach Paul Collingwood is adamant his side are not going to next year's Cricket World Cup just to make up the numbers and believes they have the talent to cause upsets. The Scots sneaked into the World Cup with a 41run win over the United Arab Emirates in...
  • Collingwood named Durham captain July 3, 2012

    ChesterleStreet Former England batsman Paul Collinwood has taken over Durham's captaincy from wicketkeeper Phil Mustard after the team's uninspiring run in the County Championship this year. Were delighted that Paul has agreed to take on the captaincy and lead the side in the fourday competition, said head coach Geoff Cook....
  • Johnson to play T20s for Durham April 2, 2012

    London: Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson is to play for Durham this season in English cricket's domestic Twenty20 competition, the northeast county announced Monday. The 30yearold leftarm fast bowler has joined South Africa batsman Herschelle Gibbs as one of two of Durham's overseas players for the Friends Life t20, which takes...
  • 'Too much Christmas time off hurt England' February 13, 2012

    Johannesburg: Too much time off over Christmas was probably to blame for England's cricketing failure against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates, former captain Paul Collingwood said on Monday. "The defeats came out of the blue in many ways and in trying to see, from the outside, what they have done...
  • Collingwood still hopeful of England return November 28, 2011

    Durham: Paul Collingwood, the England allrounder, has said he has not entirely abandoned thoughts of playing for his country again. Set to represent the Perth Scorchers in the upcoming Big Bash League, the 35yearold said that he was targeting a solid performance in Australia to judge himself. Im still ambitious...