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31st August 2014
Warwickshire kept their hopes of a treble very much alive by reaching 338 for six against Middlesex on the opening day of their LV= County Championship Division One clash at Lord's.
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30th August 2014
Yorkshire will aim to end a 12-year hoodoo against cross-border rivals Lancashire when they clash in a key LV= County Championship match at Emirates Old Trafford from Sunday.
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29th August 2014
With the Royal London One-Day Cup semi-finalists now confirmed, the road to Lord’s is edging ever closer to its finale on Saturday 20 September.
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28th August 2014
A superb all-round performance from Rikki Clarke saw Warwickshire to another quarter-final triumph over Essex Eagles at the Essex County Ground, this time in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
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27th August 2014
Yorkshire Vikings welcome back England batsman Gary Ballance into the squad ahead of Thursday's Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-final with Durham.
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24th August 2014
Man-of-the-match Laurie Evans feared he had cost Birmingham Bears the chance to lift their first NatWest T20 Blast title late on in Saturday night’s thrilling four-run win over Lancashire Lightning.
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23rd August 2014
Birmingham Bears skipper Varun Chopra ranks the NatWest T20 Blast triumph on home soil as one of the finest moments of his career.
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23rd August 2014
Birmingham Bears earned the club’s first domestic Twenty20 title with a four-run defeat of Lancashire Lightning in a tense NatWest T20 Blast final at a sold-out Edgbaston.
Andrew Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff
Will Porterfield
Tom Smith
Laurie Evans
Ashwell Prince
Oliver Hannon-Dalby
Paul Horton
Karl Brown
Andrew Flintoff
Birmingham Bears
Andrew Flintoff
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23rd August 2014
Live images of the NatWest T20 Blast final between Birmingham Bears and Lancashire Lightning at a sold-out Edgbaston.
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23rd August 2014
Will Porterfield’s accelerating 81 not out from 47 deliveries lifted Birmingham Bears to an imposing 194 for four, which proved 16 too many for Surrey despite Jason Roy’s scintillating 25-ball 58.