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Henry Dobson to open at Lord's

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With the Ashes reaching its conclusion at the Oval, young Henry Dobson will be contemplating his first opportunity to play at Lord's.

Henry will be opening the batting for Cheshire Premiership side, Nantwich, who are in the final of the ECB National Club Championship. On their journey to Lord's, Nantwich CC have had to win seven games; in the semi-final they beat Ormskirk with Henry scoring 55. In Monday's final Nantwich will be playing Norfolk side, Swardeston.

Good luck Nantwich and good luck Henry.

(Ryan Brown (left) and Henry Dobson (right) who played a major part in Nantwich's semi-final victory over Ormskirk)

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