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Mark Nicholas
Mark Nicholas' cricketing career was not something one could describe as great, though was amongst the most talented players in England who never played for the national side.

Mark Nicholas played county cricket for Hampshire and captained it for many seasons.

After his retirement, Mark Nicholas joined Sky Sports as a commentator. His polished bearings and clear thoughts probably accounting for it, he achieved the transition from a cricketer to broadcaster with greatest of ease. Mark Nicholas anchored almost all of Channel 4's cricket coverage from 1999-2005.

In 2006, Mark Nicholas was seen covering Australian Nine Network's presentation of 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.

Mark Nicholas contributes to The Daily Telegraph with weekly columns. Recently, Mark Nicholas was offered to join Five (TV) to do their coverage English Cricket from 2006-10.

Mark Nicholas has won the prestigious award of the Sports Presenter of the Year in 2001 by the Royal Television Society. offers information on Mark Nicholas and other famous cricket commentators.

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