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3 hrs ago | Malvern Gazette
WORCESTERSHIRE director of cricket Steve Rhodes has named a 13-man squad for the LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Derbyshire at Derby starting on Sunday.
7 hrs ago | Rediff.com
Indian batsman Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the remaining three One-dayers and the one-off Twenty20 against England after sustaining a fracture in the middle finger of his right hand.
11 hrs ago | Northampton Today
Cricket fans got a shock while doing their shopping in Northampton yesterday morning - when England all-rounder Heather Knight took on a shift behind the tills.
A resolute all-round performance from Paul Collingwood and a century from skipper Mark Stoneman were the outstanding features of Durham's 31-run victory over Yorkshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-final match at Headingley.
But the left-hander returned with a bang, scoring an entertaining 100 from 75 balls, to set up India's 133-run victory over England in the second match in Cardiff, on Wednesday.
Alastair Cook needs to find some effective answers quickly if England are to avoid making a damaging false start to their World Cup preparations.
Australian Michael Klinger has been ruled out of the remaining games after breaking his arm in the 53-run Royal London One-Day Cup defeat at Derbyshire last week and the County are unlikely to sign a replacement ahead of their quarter-final tie against Kent at Canterbury on Friday.
Millionaire cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff has escaped a driving ban for speeding in his Bentley after arguing "exceptional hardship" to magistrates.
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The England women's cricket team will travel to New Zealand in February 2015 to play the White Ferns in a five match One-Day International series and three match Twenty20 International series.
Tourism in Notts is on the increase, according to newly-released research on the state of the local visitor economy in 2013.
Suresh Raina made England pay for a patchy bowling display with a brutal century as India piled up 304 for six in the second Royal London Series match in Cardiff.
Britain is still "deeply elitist" with privately-educated pupils and Oxbridge graduates continuing to dominate top roles in society, a major new report warns.
Mitchell Johnson's path of inadvertent destruction has continued in Harare with a Zimbabwean cricketer sacked - apparently for posting a video of the Australian bowling fast.
His success for the England team was marked with a 2-1 victory in a three one day match series over Pakistan, followed by a match turning performance last weekend, match turning in a three day match against them.
Hit by controversies right through their troubled England tour, the Indian team management today sought to steer clear of the media by not sending any player for the mandatory pre-match press conference ahead of the second ODI against the hosts.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 12:25 pm
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