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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.
Vinesh of India, left, wrestles with Yana Rattigan of England in the FS 48kg gold medal wrestling match at the Scottish Exhibition Conference Centre during the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland, Tuesday July 29, 2014.
Johannesburg Buoyed by their first series victory in Sri Lanka, South African One Day International captain AB de Villiers says he has grown as a leader.
It's still winter but the days are getting longer. The occasional daffodil is making a mistimed dash at spring while people chat about plans for summer.
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.
England captain Alastair Cook hits a shot past India's Cheteshwar Pujara during the fourth day of the third cricket Test match of the series between England and India at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England.
There was disappointment for Harrow St Mary's Cricket Club this week as the first team lost a huge clash with fellow strugglers Eastcote, but there was some good news elsewhere.
July 13 Moving house is listed among the five most stressful things that can happen in one's lifetime.
HAMPSHIRE batsman Sean Terry had a day to remember for England - exactly 30 years after his dad's painful final Test.
NICK Larkin managed 16 for Ireland in the second one day cricket clash against Sri Lanka A at Stormont in Ireland.
The plight of a group of Sri Lankan refugees: At sea for over a month - then locked up in the Outback under Australia's hardline asylum policies The 157 people - including 50 children - have become cause cA©lA bre and were finally allowed to land after India agreed to assess them for repatriation Kathy Marks is Asia-Pacific for The ... (more)
YORKSHIRE'S mixed bag of a limited-overs season continued with a three-wicket Royal London One-Day Cup loss to Gloucestershire at Headingley after a poor batting performance.
Colombo: Lasith Malinga has chosen Mumbai Indians over his Sri Lankan side, Southern Express in the Champions League Twenty20 cricket tournament, scheduled to be played in September.
Ian Bell returned to form in spectacular fashion with a superb 167 and debutant Jos Buttler also shone to help England strengthen their dominant position over India.
When Gary Kirsten was in charge of the South African team, he used to talk about "absorbing and transferring pressure."
Ian Bell vented his frustrations on India's bowlers, but was equally delighted at being able to help debutant Jos Buttler make such a success of his maiden Test innings at the Ageas Bowl.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 04:53 am
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