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Olly Stone is on a mission to represent England in the Ashes


If he lines up in this summer’s Ashes, Olly Stone acknowledges his ‘last resort’ career decision will have paid off.

It is now 18 months since Stone, 29, opted for a back operation knowing it represented his only road to a Test future. So far the signs are extremely promising.

His body appears to have responded well to two screws being inserted in his lower spine and, at a time when international players are being paid small fortunes for whistle-stop Twenty20 jaunts, it is refreshing to hear the enthusiasm Stone has for the long game and the greatest series of them all.

Olly Stones is starting to perform at his best 18 months after undergoing back surgery

Olly Stones is starting to perform at his best 18 months after undergoing back surgery

The fast bowler has two screws put into the bottom of his back to save his Test match future

The fast bowler has two screws put into the bottom of his back to save his Test match future

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