What a weekend for Lancashire cricket!
Lancashire's James Anderson ensured that there was a dramatic finale to the Test at Trent Bridge on Sunday with one of his most memorable days with the ball. England managed to beat a resurgent Australia with Anderson taking a starring role, claiming all four wickets on the final day and completing a 10 wicket haul.
This thrilling contest has made many in the media make comparisons with 2005, and no doubt Emirates Old Trafford will produce yet more drama in our Third Investec Ashes Test Match. If it's half as good I'm sure we'll all be happy cricket fans. The Third Test also brings the return of test match cricket to Emirates Old Trafford after the stadium has undergone a massive redevelopment programme over the last couple of years including new stands, a new pavilion, state of the art player & media centre and 'The Point' hospitality centre.
Emirates Old Trafford has already seen some great games this year with some really dramatic victories for Lancashire in the County Championship and one-day forms of the game with Lancashire currently sitting top of the table. Certainly keeping our Physiotherapy, Medical and Conditioning staff busy during a hectic fixture schedule. Check out the Lancashire CCC and David Roberts Physiotherapy twitter pages to keep up with the latest news during the cricket season.