Disabled cricketer Rob Franks is back in the runs after raising £12,000 to buy a prosthetic blade.

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Pictured: Rob Franks back on the pitch in his new prosthetic blade at Parley Cricket Club in West Parley, Dorset.<br />
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Disabled cricketer Rob Franks is back in the runs after raising £12,000 to buy a prosthetic blade.<br />
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Rob, 42, can now sprint between the wickets when batting, run into bowl and chase after the ball in the field. <br />
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Rob Franks, from Poole, Dorset, had his left leg amputated above the knee three years ago after suffering an injury while playing a match.