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Inside the mind of a one-day captain
Around the Academy:

Robert Croft cools down with a towel on his head
Crofty - Good captains never throw the towel in

Limited overs cricket is all about entertainment, excitment and above all, winning.

But for a captain, it's a stressful time juggling bowlers and fielders or deciding which batsman to put up or down the order.

It's not the easiest job in the world captaining a one-day team in a 50-over game.

One man who knows a thing or two about one-day captaincy is Glamorgan captain Robert Croft.

The former England off-spinner passes on his top captaincy tips to the Academy.


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Robert Croft factfile
Full name: Robert Damien Bale Croft
Born: 25 May 1970
Birthplace: Morriston, Swansea
Batting style: Right hand bat
Bowling style: Right arm off break
Teams: Glamorgan, England, Wales
Test caps: 21



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