Warwickshire pace ace Henry Brooks shows he's a quick developer

  Birmingham mail 

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Henry Brookes admits he has “enjoyed stepping up” to the role of senior seamer in Warwickshire’s squad this year – a little ahead of schedule in a season which included his 20th birthday.
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