Cricketers appeal as wind turbine threatens to stop play

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Could a Cumbrian wind farm be left stumped by the local cricket club?

The emergence of the England cricket team as a crack squad of willow-wielding supermen has left many English cricket fans feeling a touch uneasy. Delighted, of course, but also a little disorientated....

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