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A MAJOR contractor has confirmed it is in talks to finish a controversial tax-payer-funded hotel at the home of Hampshire cricket .
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Kevin Pietersen has been made a "scapegoat" for England's Ashes humiliation in Australia, according to West Indies great Vivian Richards London: Kevin Pietersen has been made a "scapegoat" for England's Ashes humiliation in Australia, according to West Indies great Vivian Richards.
Australians have acclaimed their cricket team's epic series win over South Africa, but not the manner in which they achieved it.
Following the Ashes 5-0 series humiliation at the hands of Australia last winter, the previously dominant and settled England set-up has been broken up Glamorgan all-rounder Jim Allenby believes the upheaval of the England team can benefit county cricketers desperate for an international call-up this summer.
IF you had to name a comic less likely to star in an imaginary remake of Men Behaving Badly, then Miles Jupp would possibly come to mind.
A YOUNG cricket star from Sidmouth is living her dream after being called up to represent her country in the ICC Women's World Twenty20 squad.
Jonathan Trott will return to cricket in Warwickshire's two-day pre-season match against Gloucestershire, which begins on April 1. The 32-year-old right-hander left England's tour of Australia after the first Ashes Test in the winter due to a stress-related illness.
The England batsman pulled out of the winter Ashes tour of Australia after the first Test because of a stress-related illness.
England made predictably hard work of securing the one day series but finally have something to be optimistic about after a winter of almost relentless misery A Tim Bresnan yorker won the game as Denesh Ramdin's valiant 128 proved to be in vain, and it was an Englishman's maiden century that ended on the winning side.
That merely exacerbated the existing problems that England faced. However, a couple of days and a few overs later, this series has proven to be somewhat of a relief for England.
AUSTRALIA appears to have been warned for alleged ball tampering by the umpires during a tense final day of the third Test.
Before the first Test at Edgbaston in 2003, England captain Nasser Hussain was so unfamiliar with his young South Africa counterpart Graeme Smith that he introduced him to the match referee as "Greg".
The 25-year-old is currently banned for spot-fixing - an offence that led to him being jailed in 2012.
West Indies skipper Dwayne Bravo is urging his batsmen to play fearless cricket in the final One Day International against England at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua bowling off at 9.30 a.m. today, hinting that all-out attack may be the best remedy for their top-order problems against England's spinners.
Darren Gough has walked out of his family home after striking up an unlikely friendship with TOWIE's Amy Childs, it was reported last night.
One of the England women team members who won the Ashes in Oz, Lydia Greenway, dropped in to the school to help promote cricket for girls - and also to pass on some useful tips.