comes to Richardson with over 24 years of sales and sales management experience in the corporate training environment, most recently holding executive positions at ESI International, a leading project management training organisation.
has devoted his life to the game and richly deserves the recognition he received at last year's event.
was also present at the another high-profile tragedy, when New Zealander Ewen Chatfield came close to dying on the pitch, but he said players today were safer than ever.
(right) said: "It's a terribly sad situation with Phil Hughes and I wish him all the best and hope he makes a full recovery.
But former Warwickshire and England batsman Amiss
reckons that his successor for county and country Bell is a long way from finished yet.
performs with Rebuke The Masses, In Armistice, Run For Your Guns, Lydia Ayer and Red Falls at 8 p.
Rolland said: "I would have liked to have accepted the challenge, but when I offered it to the owners they were against it as they feared something could go amiss
with the horse, so they have decided to campaign Questarabad again at Auteuil.
Meanwhile, ECB vice-chairman Dennis Amiss
yesterday revealed that Pietersen had first threatened to resign as England captain in India before Christmas.
Pietersen was accused of allowing his unhappiness with the coach to become public and making his position as captain untenable, but Dennis Amiss
said that the ECB believed his protestations of innocence.
- who is the brains behind Elsa's Organic Duck Eggs - is believed to be Britain's youngest supermarket food supplier.
Prince Charles has written to the owners of the farm, Rona and Nevil Amiss
, expressing his sympathy following the theft, Rona Amiss
FORMER England batsman Dennis Amiss
has paid an emotional tribute to his close friend and former Test colleague Bob Woolmer, who has died suddenly at the age of 58.
Former England team-mate Dennis Amiss
remained a close friend and said his death was "a great shock".
Bears chief executive Dennis Amiss
argues that the income would be too significant to allow sentiment to get in the way.
FORMER England opening batsman Dennis Amiss
announced yesterday that he would retire from his job as chief executive at Warwickshire in the winter.