In a stunning discovery by news analysts on The Teesra staff, new information has been brought to light that indicates that Mark Ramprakash still plays professional cricket.
The 42-year-old Ramprakash, a former future captain of England, played Test cricket for England between 1991 and 2002. Recent developments have revealed that he plays for Surrey in the English County Championships.
“I’m not sure why this is a big deal,” said Ramprakash when confronted with the news. “Everybody knows I still playing. I never stopped. Look, I made my Test debut after Sachin Tendulkar and he’s still out there.”
Ramprakash has a history of slights against Tendulkar. His 100th 100 in first class cricket came against Yorkshire, Tendulkar’s former team.
In other county news, Marcus Trescothick has damaged a tendon and will not be able to play for six weeks. In a statement to the media, Trescothick said, “I know mental health issues have been getting all the press lately, but professional cricketers must not ignore their tendons.”