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(From Bristol Evening Post)
Byline: Andy Stockhausen email@example.com
CRAIG Kieswetter, pictured, has revealed how he took to the streets last winter in his quest to make the grade as a wicketkeeper.
Renowned as a batsman who kept wicket for Somerset, the South African-born prodigy quickly realised something had to change if he was to challenge Matt Prior for a place in the England squad.
And that was where England and Wales Cricket Board wicketkeeper coach Bruce French came in.
Having monitored Kieswetter's progress at the National Cricket Performance Centre in Loughborough and discovered that his glovework left a good deal to …