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Surrey Second XI started their Second XI Championship season with a draw against Gloucestershire in Bristol. Starting the final day with a lead of 39, Surrey captain Arun Harinath progressed…
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Steven Croft scored 197, and Kyle Jarvis took 6 for 42 as Yorkshire 2ndXI finished on 99-9 in reply to Lancashire’s 427-7 declared in the Roses Challenge at Northop Hall
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Captain Wayne Madsen says the squad are continuing to make strides as they prepare to face Worcestershire at New Road, starting Sunday. Derbyshire drew a rain-affected LV= County Championship home opener against Hampshire this week, with both counties claiming 11 points.
Peter Moores’ time as Lancashire coach may only have lasted five years but his departure still seems like the end of an era. Some players have been developed, others have departed and one or two have even retired.
Alastair Cook followed up his match winning innings of 181 against Derbyshire last week with another century. This time he made 127 in the drawn match against Surrey at the Kia Oval. Afterwards, the England Test Captain spoke to on his fine performance.
PETER Moores hailed the performance of Simon Kerrigan and Glen Chapple as Lancashire secured a draw in their LV= County Championship Division One match with Warwickshire at Emirates Old Trafford.
Wednesday 23rd April 2014 Kent and Leicestershire took 10 points each as their LV= County Championship Division Two clash ended in a draw. Losing the first day to rain was always going to make victory difficult, but the visitors scented blood in Canterbury on Wednesday. Display on Further News Section: Display on further news section read more
Surrey’s game against Essex ended as a draw as Alastair Cook made a century on the final afternoon. The England captain was eventually out for 127 as Essex declared on… The post Essex game ends as draw appeared first on Kia Oval.
Derbyshire drew their first home LV= County Championship fixture of 2014 against Hampshire at The 3aaa County Ground. On a rain effected final day, Hampshire reached 208-3 before the two Captains settled for a draw, with the visitors 137 runs ahead with seven wickets still left. Both teams take 11 points from the fixture and Derbyshire will now travel to New Road this weekend for their next four-day fixture against Worcestershire; starting Sunday at 11am.
Surrey CCC is calling on its fans to vote for their favourite songs as part of the England & Wales Cricket Board’s search to create cricket’s soundtrack to the summer. Surrey…
Wednesday 23rd April 2014 Display On Home Carousel: Display on Home Carousel Kent County Cricket Club has pledged its support to the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity, the Lord’s Taverners, for the 2014 season. The new partnership will see Kent Cricket help raise awareness of the charity’s programmes while raising valuable funds to give more young people a sporting chance.
The Second XI Championship game between Surrey and Gloucestershire is finely poised after the second day in Bristol, with all three results still possible. Gloucestershire started the day on 4/0… The post Second XI Well Poised appeared first on Kia Oval.
Wednesday 23rd April 2014 Display On Home Carousel: Display on Home Carousel Back your club ahead of new T20 season Canterbury, April 2014 – Kent County Cricket Clubis calling on its supporters to vote for their favourite songs as part of the England & Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) search to create cricket’s soundtrack to the summer. Display on Further News Section: Display on further news section read more
Wednesday 23rd April 2014 Display On Home Carousel: Display on Home Carousel Kent Cricket announced today a new partnership with Canterbury based electrical shopping retailers Barretts Digital World. The partnership, initially for a one year term, will revolve around Barretts Digital support of the Club and promotion through its various marketing channels. Display on Further News Section: Display on further news section read more
Derbyshire County Cricket Club is calling on supporters to vote for their favourite songs as part of the England & Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) search to create cricket’s soundtrack to the summer. The Falcons supporters’ favourite tune has been included in an 18-song shortlist and Derbyshire is calling on fans to vote for their anthem to ensure it is included in the final 10-song NatWest T20 Blast Summer Anthems Playlist and played at games throughout the season.
JUNAID KHAN, the Pakistan international fast bowler, will return to Emirates Old Trafford this summer to play in Lancashire Lightning’s one day fixtures.
They work behind the scenes at a professional sports club where a firm emphasis is placed on skill and fitness. But just how athletic are the administration staff of Lancashire County Cricket Club and the LCCC Foundation?