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Name  James Anyon
Role  Cricketer

Number  30 (Sussex County Cricket Club)

Education  Loughborough University

James Anyon Day 1 Interview at Liverpool

James Edward Anyon (born 5 May 1983 in Lancaster) is a former cricketer who played for Sussex.

James Anyon Sussex paceman James Anyon forced to retire through injury Cricket

He was educated in Lancashire before going to Loughborough University where Warwickshire spotted him playing for the University. He made his debut for the Bears against Somerset in April 2005 and played fairly often throughout the season, a season which included a hat trick which helped the Bears to beat Somerset in a Twenty20 game.

James Anyon James Anyon retires from firstclass cricket due to knee injury

He spent time on loan at Surrey in the 2009 season after losing his place in the Warwickshire side and signed a two-year deal with Sussex in November 2009.

In April 2016 he announced his retirement from first-class cricket due to a long-standing injury.


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