County Team News
Team Director Chris Adams has named a thirteen man squad for the YB40 game against the Lancashire Lightning at the Emirates Old Trafford on Sunday. Chris Tremlett and Stuart Meaker are included in a YB40 squad for the first time this season but Zafar Ansari is unavailable due to University commitments. Surrey go into the…The post Squad named for Lancs game appeared first on SurreyCCC.
The longer format of the game cricket returns to The Essex County Ground next week with Kent visiting Chelmsford in the LV= County Championship. Essex are currently at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff playing Glamorgan but return to The E.C.G on Wednesday to face James Tredwell’s team. After a number of games on the road, The post 4-day cricket returns to The E.C.G next week appeared first on .
Nottinghamshire have beaten Surrey by 114 runs at Trent Bridge. Surrey begun the day on 73-3 but were all out just after lunch for 144 with Rory Burns making 53. Surrey began the final morning needing a further 186 runs for victory and Burns and Zander de Bruyn started in confident fashion.
Despite the best efforts of the Derbyshire bowlers, Sussex sealed a nine-wicket victory on the final morning of their LV= County Championship fixture at the County Ground.Steve Magoffin claimed two wickets on Day 4 to take his tally to four for the innings, as the hosts were dismissed for 219, leaving Sussex 42 runs for victory.Tim Groenewald claimed the early wicket of Chris Nash, but Michael Yardy (18*) and Luke Wells (23*) saw the visitors to their victory target. Sussex required only 7.5 overs this morning to claim Derbyshire’s final three wickets.
Glamorgan v Essex | LV= County Championship | SWALEC Stadium | Day Four Essex have won the toss and chose to field. Glamorgan team – Wright, Bragg, Walters, North, Goodwin, Allenby, Wallace, Wagg, Cosker, Hogan, Reed Essex team – Westley, Mickleburgh, Bopara, Pettini, Foakes, Foster, Smith, Napier, Phillips, Masters, Topley Umpires – G.Sharp & N.Cowley The post Glamorgan v Essex – day 4 match updates appeared first on .
Friday 17th May 2013 Sam Northeast posted a 97-ball 50 with eight boundaries, on a cloudy opening day's cricket at Canterbury where 14 wickets fell today. Visiting paceman Alan Richardson bagged five for 41 as Kent were skittled for 159 inside 51.2 overs, but the visitors also struggled in reaching 105 for four – to go into day two trailing by 54.