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    County Cricket (Season XII-XIII)

    Derbyshire
    Overseas
    DP Smith (CW)
    IK Pathan (IND)

    Durham
    Overseas
    CR Butler (CW)

    Essex
    Overseas
    A Nel (SA)
    DM Kennett (CW

    Glamorgan
    Overseas
    RR Sarwan (WI)
    BB McCullum (NZ)

    Hampshire
    Overseas
    SK Warne (AUS)
    DB Powell (WI)

    Kent
    Overseas
    AJ Hall (SA)
    KR Clapham (CW)

    Lancashire
    Overseas
    M Muralitharan (SL)
    T Mamesh (LANCS)

    Leicestershire
    Overseas
    Mansoor Amjad (PAK)
    JE Taylor (WI)

    Somerset
    Overseas
    RG Taylor (NZ)
    RJ Dauth (CW)

    Surrey
    Overseas
    Harbhajan Singh (IND)

    Yorkshire
    Overseas
    H Mørk (CW)
    Younis Khan (PAK)

    Warwickshire
    Overseas
    KC Sangakkara (SL)

    Gloucestershire
    Overseas
    HJH Marshall (NZ)

    Worcestershire
    Overseas
    CH Gayle (WI)
    PT Collins (WI)

    More to come

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    Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."


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    Looking forward to nudging Nel for singles and the occasional 2.
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    County Championship
    Pro40
    Twenty20

    These fixtures will be run daily from Saturday 6th, with County an Pro40 on alternating days. Twenty20will be held after 8 fixtures (4 CC + 4 Pro40) up until the quarterfinal round. The semifinals and final will be held 4 games later (2 CC + 2 Pro40).

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    Good stuff Campsy. Looking forward to a few partnerships with Rossy Taylor.
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    Looks good. Pretty excited TBH
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    Saturday 6th October

    Somerset v Middlesex
    Midd 348 and 517 draw with Som 598-4 dec. and 24-0
    Man of the Match: JC Hildreth (Som)

    Somerset
    RJ Dauth
    1st Bat (5): 141* (263)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 2/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
    ____________________

    Worcestershire v Durham
    Durham 295 and 424-3 dec. beat Worcs 189 and 302 by 228 runs
    Man of the Match: DM Benkenstein (Durham)

    Durham
    CR Butler
    1st Bat (4): 36 (67) (PT Collins)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 2/0
    2nd Bat (4): 19 (58) (GJ Batty)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0
    ____________________

    Essex v Derbyshire
    Derby 325 and 321-6 dec. beat Essex 198 and 298 by 150 runs
    Man of the Match: SD Stubbings (Derbyshire)

    Derbyshire
    DP Smith
    1st Bat (2): 13 (26) (NS Pickup)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (2): 19 (42) (Pickup)
    2nd Bowl (6): 2-0-13-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Essex
    DM Kennett
    1st Bat (9): 21 (48) (IK Pathan)
    1st Bowl (2): 26-9-54-4 (IK Pathan)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (2): 0 (3)
    2nd Bowl (2): 18-5-47-1 (IJ Harvey)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    NS Pickup
    1st Bat (11): 2 (13)
    1st Bowl (3): 21-4-66-2 (DP Smith)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (11): 24 (40) (Pathan)
    2nd Bowl (6): 22-7-62-1 (DP Smith)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
    ____________________

    Sussex v Kent
    Kent 402 and 261-6 dec. beat Sussex 412 and 160 by 91 runs
    Man of the Match: MJ Saggers (Kent)

    Kent
    KR Clapham
    1st Bat (8): 27 (46) (LJ Wright)
    1st Bowl (3): 24-5-67-1 (MW Goodwin)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (8): 4* (2)
    2nd Bowl (3): 11-2-40-3 (MW Goodwin, CJ Adams)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
    ____________________

    Warwickshire v Lancashire
    Lancs 409 and 258-2 beat Warwicks 518-7 dec and 147-4 dec by 8 wickets
    Man of the Match: AGR Loudon (Warwicks)

    Warwickshire
    KJ Gough
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (1): 28-2-99-2 (Mamesh, G Chapple)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (1): 16-4-44-1 (Mamesh)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Lancashire
    T Mamesh
    1st Bat (2): 35 (78) (KJ Gough)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (2): 82 (146)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DP Richards
    1st Bat (6): 44 (103) (Loudon)
    1st Bowl (5): 25-3-96-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (5): 8-3-20-1
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
    ____________________

    Surrey v Yorkshire
    Surrey 428 and 286-3 beat Yorks 440 and 273 by 7 wickets
    Man of the Match: JN Batty (Surrey)

    Yorkshire
    H Mørk
    1st Bat (1): 1 (4) (AAA Collins)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (1): 5 (16) (AAA Collins)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Surrey
    NA Borcich
    1st Bat (9): 12 (15) (C White)
    1st Bowl (5): 33-4-118-4 (C White, Younis Khan, D Gough)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (5): 17-3-55-3 (C White)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0

    AAA Collins
    1st Bat (10): 33 (66)
    1st Bowl (2): 30-7-84-2 (H Mørk, A McGrath)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (2): 14-4-45-4 (H Mørk, TT Bresnan)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

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    Good start for Lancs, after an interesting declaration from Warwickshire. Going well so far in my goal to be the next batsmen to pass 10k.
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    There were only 67 overs left in the game when the declaration came.

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    Good to kick things off with a win. I'm happy with 4 wickets on debut, and a solid 27
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    H Mørk
    1st Bat (1): 1 (4) (AAA Collins)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (1): 5 (16) (AAA Collins)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
    Still not learned to play left arm seamers, I see.

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    Haha, solid start - pitch must've been a road though. How'd Ross Taylor go, Camps?

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    Notched 118 from 213 balls with 17 fours and a six off Dalrymple.

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    Haha, Pickup both innings. Someone's getting dropped.

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    Not the ideal start for Essex...
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    Disappointing loss and we must have got tapped in that 2nd innings for Lancs to chase that down

    Always strange to lose a FC game and not even get a chance to bat.

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