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Johnners and Aggers reunited

After the Second Test at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, Jonathan Agnew paid a tribute to his former Test Match Special colleague Brian Johnston, buried at Swanage in Dorset.
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Adil Rashid’s 150th ODI wicket!

Another brilliant record for one of our original Johnners Scholars, Adil Rashid, who has become the first England spinner to reach 150 wickets in ODIs. He is only the seventh...
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2020 Scholarship Awards Panel

The Johnners Trust Awards Panel was able to hold its annual meeting on 17 April 2020, albeit via Zoom, and we were delighted to welcome Alison Mitchell, the experienced presenter,...
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Annual Johnners Dinner 2019

The 24th annual Johnners Dinner was held in the Long Room at Lord's on 4 November 2019. The event was a sell out and we would like to thank Chris...
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England win World Cup!

Well done, England, for a truly sensational victory in the Cricket World Cup. We are also thrilled that a key member of the team was Adil Rashid, one of our...
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Man of the Series

Many congratulations to one of our former Johnners Scholars, Ben Foakes, for being named Man of the Series in England's brilliant 3-0 series whitewash in Sri Lanka last month, the...
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Annual Johnners Dinner 2018

The 23rd annual Johnners Dinner took place in the Long Room at Lord's Cricket Ground on 5 November 2018. Thank you to everyone who helped to make it such a great...
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Wisden 2018 Cover

We are thrilled that our former Johnners Scholar Anya Shrubsole has become the first female cricketer ever to be featured on the cover of Wisden. It is a great honour...
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New Year’s Honours

We are proud to announce that two former Johnners scholars have received medals in the New Year's Honours list. Heather Knight, the captain of the England Women's Cricket team has been...
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Annual Johnners Dinner 2017

The 22nd annual Johnners Dinner was held in the Long Room at Lord's Cricket Ground on 13 November 2017. Many thanks to the brilliant impressionist Jon Culshaw for his very funny...
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