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One-Day Cup: Essex snatch last-ball win; Lancashire and Surrey suffer first defeats (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Essex, Middlesex, Yorkshire and Glamorgan all win as Lancashire and Surrey both suffer a first One-Day Cup defeat.
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Archie Vaughan: Michael Vaughan's son joins Somerset academy (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Somerset sign Archie Vaughan, son of former England captain Michael, to their academy squad.
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Matthew Wade: Worcestershire sign Australia international as batter for 2022 (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Worcestershire sign Australia international Matthew Wade as a batsman for the 2022 season.
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Oli Carter: Sussex wicketkeeper-batsman signs new contract (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Sussex's 19-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman Oli Carter has signs a new 'multi-year' contract.
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James Harris: Glamorgan re-sign Middlesex all-rounder on three-year deal (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
All-rounder James Harris says he has "years and years" left to play after re-signing for Glamorgan on a three-year deal from Middlesex.
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One-Day Cup: Eskinazi leads Middlesex to first victory as Somerset and Lancashire go top (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
Stevie Eskinazi hits 130 as Middlesex earn their first One-Day Cup win, while Somerset and Lancashire go top of their groups.
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Riki Wessels: Worcestershire agree to release batsman from contract (Sat, 31 Jul 2021)
Worcestershire release batsman Riki Wessels from his contract because they want to give more chances to young players.
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One-Day Cup: Friday's five group games all abandoned - two without a ball bowled (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Friday's five One-Day Cup games are all abandoned including two of them, at Derby and Radlett, without a ball bowled.
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Jamie Porter: Essex paceman to miss remaining One-Day Cup group games (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Essex pace bowler Jamie Porter will not play again in the group stage of the One-Day Cup because of a side strain.
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One-Day Cup: Pears hammer Essex, Bears beat Foxes as Glos chase 336 to beat Durham (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Worcestershire trounce Essex by a record 182 runs, Leicestershire lose to Warwickshire and Gloucestershire beat Durham with two balls to spare in the One-Day Cup.
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One-Day Cup: Bears beat Foxes as Glos chase 336 to beat Durham (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Warwickshire beat Leicestershire by seven runs as Gloucestershire beat Durham with two balls to spare on a high-scoring One-Day Cup day.
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Ethan Bamber: Middlesex seam bowler Bamber signs new deal (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Middlesex bowler Ethan Bamber signs new deal that will keep him at the club until 2024.
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Ethan Bamber: Middlesex seam bowler signs new deal (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Middlesex bowler Ethan Bamber signs new deal that will keep him at the club until 2024.
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Billy Godleman: Derbyshire skipper to miss remaining One-Day Cup group games (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Derbyshire captain Billy Godleman will miss their five remaining One-Day Cup group matches because of injury.
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One-Day Cup: Somerset beat Glamorgan in Taunton thriller on weather-hit Wednesday (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
Somerset beat Glamorgan on a weather-hit day in the One-Day Cup as the Yorkshire-Northants and Kent-Lancashire games are abandoned.
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Blake Cullen: Middlesex bowler signs new deal until 2024 (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
Middlesex fast bowler Blake Cullen signs a new contract, which will keep him with the county until the end of 2024.
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One Day Cup: Nick Gubbins hits unbeaten 131 before taking four wickets for Hampshire (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
Hampshire's Nick Gubbins hits an unbeaten 131 before taking four wickets, as Ryan Patel and Ed Pollock also make One-Day Cup tons.
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Mike Hendrick: Former England, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire bowler dies aged 72 (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
Former England, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire bowler Mike Hendrick dies at the age of 72.
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One-Day Cup: Durham score 405 to beat Kent while Stoneman, Westley & Godleman impress (Thu, 22 Jul 2021)
Durham break records while Essex, Glamorgan, Leicestershire and Surrey also start the One-Day Cup campaign with wins.
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Rikki Clarke: Surrey's ex-England all-rounder to retire after 21-year career (Tue, 20 Jul 2021)
Surrey's former England all-rounder Rikki Clarke will retire at the end of the season after a 21-year career.
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Notifications, Live Guide, MySport and social media with BBC Sport (Wed, 16 Jun 2021)
With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.
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T20 Blast: Nottinghamshire aim to become first team to defend the trophy (Tue, 08 Jun 2021)
With the launch of The Hundred on the horizon, the T20 Blast begins on Wednesday with the aim of providing fireworks of its own.
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2021 County Championship: What to look out for as competition returns after hiatus in 2020 (Wed, 07 Apr 2021)
With the County Championship making an eagerly anticipated return on Thursday, here's a look at who and what to watch out for.
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2021 County Championship: County-by-county commentators guide (Wed, 07 Apr 2021)
BBC local radio cricket commentators give their thoughts on how the season might pan out for their county.
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Scotland beat England for first time in international cricket (Mon, 11 Jun 2018)
SCOTLAND beat England for the first time in international cricket after a high-scoring, one-off ODI on Sunday.
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England humiliated after suffering first ever defeat to Scotland on eve of Australia series (Mon, 11 Jun 2018)
ENGLAND captain Eoin Morgan moved quickly to dismiss any notion his side was an easier target for Australia this week after an historic loss to cricketing minnow Scotland in Edinburgh.
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David Warner to commentate during Australia v England ODI series (Sun, 10 Jun 2018)
SUSPENDED batsman David Warner will serve part of his ball-tampering ban while commentating for Channel Nine.
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Travis Head scores century in Australian tour match against Middlesex at Lord’s (Sat, 09 Jun 2018)
TWO warm-up games into the tour of England and Australia has produced two century makers but failed to top 300 as new coach Justin Langer continues to look for some one-day mojo.
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New Cricket Australia CEO likely to come from within (Sat, 09 Jun 2018)
AUSTRALIA has the chance to be cavalier but is likely to plump for a steady as he – or she – goes replacement for departing chief executive James Sutherland.
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Kevin Pietersen slams England for World Cup priorities (Sat, 09 Jun 2018)
KEVIN Pietersen has questioned whether England know where they are going, saying their focus on one-day cricket risks alienating fans who care more about Test success.
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New Zealand post the highest ever ODI score during women’s match v Ireland (Sat, 09 Jun 2018)
NEW ZEALAND’S women’s team posted the highest score in any one-day international when they made a mammoth 490 for four against Ireland in Dublin on Friday, winning by a colossal 346 runs.
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Australia will embrace the sledge-fest in England as the best way to overcome ball-tampering banter (Fri, 08 Jun 2018)
AUSTRALIA’S touring cricketers will continue to embrace the verbal barrage from over the fence in England because any sign of weakness will be like a red rag to a bull.
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Australia defeats Sussex in warm-up ODI game ahead of series with England (Thu, 07 Jun 2018)
A BRILLIANT century from Marcus Stoinis has helped Australia claim a 57-run victory in a nervy one-day tune-up against English county side Sussex.
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‘Holy s****’: Steve Waugh text that stunned dejected Nathan Lyon (Thu, 07 Jun 2018)
WITH the ball tampering saga skittling Australian cricket’s international reputation and gutting the national side of leadership pair Steve Smith and David Warner, the responsibility lying on Nathan Lyon’s shoulders has reached new heights.
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Aussies expect to cop plenty from English fans over #sandpapergate (Thu, 07 Jun 2018)
TIM Paine is ready for Australia to cop a barrage of flak from England’s fans after the ball-tampering scandal but the new skipper insists he is relishing fronting up in their old rivals’ backyard.
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Own goals, but great triumphs: Unravelling the legacy left by outgoing Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland (Wed, 06 Jun 2018)
WHEN James Sutherland became the boss of Australian cricket in 2001, he was younger than Test and one-day international captain Steve Waugh.
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Josh Hazlewood denies bowlers knew of ball-tampering plot, feels for players stood down in scandal (Tue, 05 Jun 2018)
AUSTRALIAN quick Josh Hazlewood has described Australian cricket’s day of shame with the ball-tampering scandal as “pretty emotional” and denies he had any knowledge of the illegal practice.
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Jos Buttler explains ‘f**k it’ bat message that could land him in hot water with ICC (Tue, 05 Jun 2018)
ENGLAND’S Jos Buttler is running the risk of action by world cricket’s governing body as a result of the crude words he writes on the top of every one of his bat handles.
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Shane Warne reflects on ‘Ball of the Century’ 25 years after bowling it to Mike Gatting (Tue, 05 Jun 2018)
SHANE Warne to this day insists it was a ‘bit of a fluke’, but that didn’t stop the most famous delivery of all time -- simply known as the ‘Gatting ball’ -- from changing his life forever.
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Steve Smith’s classy contribution to helping save lives (Tue, 05 Jun 2018)
THE classrooms of Menai High School are a long way from the MCG on Boxing Day.
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David Warner drafted into Canada T20 to set up Steve Smith showdown (Mon, 04 Jun 2018)
DAVID Warner’s return to cricket has been locked in after being drafted to play for Winnipeg Hawks in the inaugural Global T20 tournament in Canada.
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Jos Buttler’s cheeky bat message exposed during England’s win over Pakistan (Mon, 04 Jun 2018)
A VULGAR message written on the handle of Jos Buttler’s bat was revealed during England’s innings victory in the second Test against Pakistan on Sunday.
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England dominant in second Test v Pakistan with lack of individual performances (Sun, 03 Jun 2018)
ENGLAND are in cruise control in the second Test against Pakistan, but a shocking stat threatens to put a damper on the performance.
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Ben Stokes injury gives depleted Australia a boost ahead of England ODI tour (Sun, 03 Jun 2018)
STAR England all-rounder Ben Stokes is set for at least a month on the sidelines after scans revealed he has a torn left hamstring.
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Michael Vaughan and Stuart Broad trade mid-Test barbs, as England dominate Pakistan (Sun, 03 Jun 2018)
MICHAEL Vaughan warned Stuart Broad he was not beyond criticism after the England paceman was angered by his former captain’s comments prior to the ongoing second Test against Pakistan at Headingley.
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New WA coach Adam Voges hoping to outshine Justin Langer in Sheffield Shield (Fri, 01 Jun 2018)
FORMER Test star Adam Voges has set his sights on doing something Justin Langer couldn’t -- guiding Western Australia to Sheffield Shield glory.
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Commentator goes rogue in international T20 (Fri, 01 Jun 2018)
IF YOU thought Roaming Brian was innovative, wait until you see Roaming Nasser.
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James Anderson hits back after Michael Vaughan called for his England axing (Thu, 31 May 2018)
UNDER-fire England stalwart James Anderson has hit back at his critics after a heavy nine-wicket defeat against Pakistan at Lord’s.
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Injured Eoin Morgan picked in England ODI squad to face Australia (Thu, 31 May 2018)
ENGLAND’S limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan has been included in the one-day international squad to face Australia and Scotland despite suffering a broken finger.
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