Mirza makes Church return

First published in Sport

STAR batsman Ammer Mirza is to return to the Foster's Lancashire League next season after signing for his old club Church.

The 22-year-old former Blackburn Northern and Cherry Tree opener piled up a club record 930 to break Church's amateur batting record in his one season at West End in 2010.

He played for Bradford League side Undercliffe in 2011 and Bamford Fieldhouse last season.

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12:56pm Wed 19 Dec 12

Pinch Hitter says...

6th transfer in 6 seasons and 5 different clubs.

Great Loyalty.
6th transfer in 6 seasons and 5 different clubs. Great Loyalty. Pinch Hitter
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1:24pm Wed 19 Dec 12

speedie_rovers_legend says...

I had the pleasure of watching....The hammer ... every game he played for The Church and ossy and he was a real opener and would like to welcome him back with open arms , as for the comment from pinch hitter you should know there is no loyalty in sport any more , but he as seen the light and the future is Church and ossy.Also thks to the powers that be to bringThe hammer back.
I had the pleasure of watching....The hammer ... every game he played for The Church and ossy and he was a real opener and would like to welcome him back with open arms , as for the comment from pinch hitter you should know there is no loyalty in sport any more , but he as seen the light and the future is Church and ossy.Also thks to the powers that be to bringThe hammer back. speedie_rovers_legend
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10:38pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Stu Maher says...

I wonder how much that has cost then??
I wonder how much that has cost then?? Stu Maher
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