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Back injury leads to decision

Jack Russell forced to retire

Jun 22, 2004: Former England wicketkeeper Jack Russell has quit the game after failing to overcome a back injury

Wisden Cricinfo staff

County news

Jack Russell signs new contract

Apr 28, 2004: Former England wicketkeeper Jack Russell, 40, has signed an extension to his contract which means he will continue to play for Gloucestershire until at least the end of the 2005 season

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy final, Lord's

Worcestershire look to their South African inspirations

Aug 29, 2003: The Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy has lost some of its prestige in recent seasons

Andrew Miller

Doyen of wicket-keepers believes more back-up is needed

Apr 2, 2002: This article appears in the April edition of The Cricketer

Bill Day

'Jack' Russell offers to come out of retirement for Ashes challenge

Jul 24, 2001: 'Jack' Russell has offered to come out of his retirement from Test cricket for the remainder of the Ashes series


Gloucestershire hit by injuries to key players

Apr 11, 2001: 'Jack' Russell is to miss the start of the new season with a slipped disc


Gloucestershire offer to share Harvey

Sep 13, 2000: Australian all rounder Ian Harvey has been offered a new 2 year contract by Gloucestershire

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Jack Russell: Praise for 'one of the greatest' (28 October 1998)

Oct 28, 1998: JACK Russell's decision to quit international cricket was met with sadness by some of his predecessors as England wicketkeeper

Cricketer of the Year, 1990

Jack Russell

1990: At the beginning of 1989, Jack Russell had played only one Test for England and was not considered a good enough batsman to merit a place in the one-day squad to face the Australians

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