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Sussex Cricket launches The Sussex Slam

Sussex Cricket announces a ground-breaking new mid-week T20 cricket competition starting in summer 2020: The Sussex Slam. Developed to be fast, fun and convenient, The Sussex Slam is perfect for anyone who struggles to commit to longer games on the weekend but still wants to play the game they love in an organised competition. A

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#DIScoverABILITY Day comes to Sussex

Sussex Cricket is delighted to announce the return of its annual Disability Cricket event, which will take place on Wednesday 10th May at The 1st Central County Ground, Hove. This year the event has been renamed to #DIScoverABILITY Day to reflect our aim to promote disability participation in cricket through a variety of fun and

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Charlotte Edwards opens new cricket centre in Brighton

Former England captain Charlotte Edwards CBE was guest of honour at the opening of the Sir Rod Aldridge Cricket Centre last night. Charlotte, who retired from international cricket recently, was the first player, either male or female, to score 2500 runs in T20 internationals. She led England on 220 occasions, during which time the side

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Sussex sign New Zealand star Sara McGlashan

Sussex Women have moved to snap up New Zealand batsman Sara McGlashan as their overseas player ahead of the forthcoming NatWest Women’s County T20 tournament, which they won last season. McGlashan will join Sussex for three out of the four T20 weekends, before she teams up with the Southern Vipers for the Kia Super League

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England head coach Mark Robinson honoured by Sussex Cricket

Sussex Cricket has announced the appointment of a number of new Vice-Presidents. Former Sussex players Mark Robinson, Matt Prior and Michael Yardy have all been appointed, along with Terence Burton, Peter Butter, Derek Linford, Hugh Milner and Hugh Thomas, following their outstanding contributions to Sussex Cricket. Mark Robinson (pictured above), who left Sussex last November to

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