Source: Warwickshire CCC

Cricket gets under way in the bleakest of Weather

A bitterly cold Bank Holiday weekend marked the opening of the last season of Royal London One-dayers in their present form. Kent opened their account with a 49-run win over Notts at the Polo Farm Ground Canterbury. It’s vital for any team not to panic when the top batter goes relatively cheaply. Skipper Tammy Beaumont

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Source: Lancashire CB

Lancashire Women Win The Double

Lancashire Women have won the two domestic county women’s competitions to take the double, with victory in the NatWest Women’s County T20 earlier in the season, and now the Royal London Women’s One-Day Championship. The Red Rose Women’s 1st XI went into the final round of fixtures in the Royal London Women’s One-Day Championship Division

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LCB Women Squad Announced for 2016

LCB Women is the county’s top tier women’s first team that compete in the Royal London Women’s One Day Championship (Division 2) and NatWest Women’s County T20 (Division 1). (To avoid any confusion it’s not the same as the Lancashire Thunder team which will compete in a new competition the Kia Super League designed to

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Source: Mark Newman

Fireworks Night is back with a bang at Hove

Sussex County Cricket Club are delighted to announce that their Fireworks Night will be returning to The County Ground this year. The Sussex Cricket in the Community Fireworks Night, presented by Parafix Tapes & Conversions, will take place on Thursday 5th November and will be back with a bang, quite literally, after last year’s display

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