By Sporting Gun
Saturday, 16 June 2012
Flying the flag for shooting sports, international cricketer Alastair Cook MBE has been spotted deer stalking in East Anglia recently.
A self-confessed country boy, Alastair enjoys working on his father-in-law’s farm and shooting on his days off from the game.
Alastair said: “Deer stalking is a release from cricket and I love being in the outdoors. I’m proud to be a member of the UK hunting community and I’m keen to learn the effects of deer management through my guide Alex Hinkins of Wings Hunting & Shooting.”
“We had a fantastic trip to Norfolk and I’m already looking forward to my next outing.”
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