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Moeen Ali spun England to victory as they ended a run of 10 Tests without a win by beating India by 266 runs in the third Test at Southampton on Thursday.
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Last summer Worcestershire were probably at their lowest ebb for a long time, struggling near the foot of the LV= County Championship Division Two, no chance of qualifying in the Twenty20 competition and awash with disenchanted supporters.
Kent-born Robinson's contract as a junior pro at Headingley has been terminated with immediate effect, although there has been interest in his services from a couple of other counties.
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THE Hampshire public can show its support for an Ageas Bowl Ashes Test by taking advantage of cheap ticket prices to see a rare England win tomorrow.
South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis has announced his retirement from international cricket, admitting that next year's World Cup was just out of his reach.
BOURTON Vale moved out of the West of England Premier Cricket League Gloucester Division bottom spot with a thrilling two-run win at Woodmancote.
Alastair Cook bagged his second half-century of the match before setting India a world-record chase of 445 to win the third Investec Test at the Ageas Bowl.
MS Dhoni and the Indian team will have had a sleepless night after a dismal batting performance especially after the brilliance shown at Lord's in the 2nd Test Match.
The 1913 KES Cricket Team Picture taken from "Hear Their Footsteps" - King Edward VII School and the old Edwardians in the Great War 1914-1918 by John Cornwell The school is King Edward VII and the portrait is of its proud cricket team, taken in the summer of 1913.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad each took three wickets to leave India in trouble on 323 for eight, 246 runs adrift of England, after the third day of the third test on Tuesday.
HENRY Welch, 15, of Wiveliscombe , was named as a winner in the Match Day Reporter competition run by Somerset County Cricket Club and the County Gazette.
YORKSHIRE overseas star Kane Williamson is determined to remain positive about his future as a bowler after his action was deemed illegal last week.
Ever the perfectionist, Hampshire groundsman Nigel Gray spoke of his slight disappointment that there is not more pace in it, which he puts down to the high temperatures and the resulting lack of grass, when he popped into the Media Centre earlier.
MOEEN ALI: Looks at his bat after being dismissed for 12 during day two of the Third Test between England and India at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton.
The 27-year-old Oxford City star and 2011 world silver medallist races for England in heat one at 12.20pm.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 09:24 am
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