|First-class span||1995 - 1995|
|List A span||1995 - 1995|
Like his father, David, Andy Bairstow was not a natural wicketkeeper but he did stand-in when the occasion demanded. His main strength was as a batsman, but his first-class opening came when Derbyshire needed a keeper and selected Bairstow, then only 19-year-old and with a handful of 2nd XI games behind him. He did adequately with the gloves but failed with the bat. Either side of his brief spell with Derbyshire he played second-team cricket for Worcestershire, Somerset and Sussex.
Plays of the day from the IPL match between Rising Pune Supergiants and Mumbai Indians, in Pune
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Alastair Cook looks forward to a milestone no England player has reached before, while also realising that now he's closer to the end than the beginning of his career
He cannot match the big hitters for power, but his numbers are as good as theirs - if not better