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James Foster

Former England wicket-keeper James Foster graduated from the University of Durham in 2003.

The Essex ëkeeper made his England debut during his time as a student, deferring some of his studies in Sports Science to play for his country in India in 2001.

While Foster failed to establish himself as the long-term successor to Alec Stewart as Englandís gloveman, he has been one of the most consistent and prolific cricketers on the county circuit for longer than a decade.

He has often been considered as one of the finest wicket-keepers in world cricket, and has played almost 300 first-class matches since making his debut in 2000.

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