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“The knowledge and skills I have gained working alongside experienced professionals are invaluable to me for life beyond first class cricket as a physiotherapist.
“The professionalism, dedication and high level of skills exhibited by the staff is a credit to the service.
“Although the pressures and demands are different to those on a cricket field it was refreshing to be part of a different team who share the same values.”
Gary, who has been a Lancashire player since 1995,
has served the Red Rose county with distinction.
The experienced spin bowler has taken close to 650 first class wickets. Tracy McGlone, acting clinical director of therapies, said: “We were very pleased to have Gary spending time with us in the department.
“We are able to offer comprehensive and evidence based training programmes for all our undergraduate and post graduate physiotherapists as we accept students from universities across the whole of the North West region.