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Callum Dent
16th May 2015
Former England batsman Jonathan Trott is expected to return to Warwickshire colours for the first time since his international retirement when Durham visit Edgbaston in the LV= County Championship.
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13th May 2015
Steven Davies and Jason Roy spearheaded a startling Surrey seven-wicket LV= County Championship Division Two victory against shell-shocked Leicestershire at the Kia Oval.
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12th May 2015
Ned Eckersley hit a superb 118 as Leicestershire fought hard to avoid defeat against Surrey following Kevin Pietersen’s unbeaten 355 in the LV= County Championship second division match at the Kia Oval.
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11th May 2015
Kevin Pietersen amassed his highest career score, 326 not out, to give Surrey complete control of their LV= County Championship Division Two game with Leicestershire at the Kia Oval.
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10th May 2015
Lewis Hill scored a career-best 126 in just his second first-class appearance as Leicestershire made 292 against Surrey on the opening day of a LV= County Championship Division Two match at the Kia Oval.
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9th May 2015
Captain Rob Key will sit out Kent’s LV= County Championship Division Two game with Glamorgan at the Spitfire Ground, Canterbury, to give the former England man time to focus on his batting.
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6th May 2015
Despite thrills and spills, Kent’s dramatic LV= County Championship match with Division Two rivals Leicestershire ended in a draw in wind-swept Canterbury.
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5th May 2015
Clint McKay starred with bat and ball in blustery Canterbury where 15 wickets fell in a day to leave visitors Leicestershire with a chance of ending their winless LV= County Championship run that dates back to September 2012.
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4th May 2015
Opener Joe Denly scored a patient fifty in a shade over three hours as Kent battled their way back into contention on the second day of their LV= Championship clash with Division Two rivals Leicestershire.
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3rd May 2015
Leicestershire skipper Mark Cosgrove hit his first century of the summer to help the visitors recover from a sticky start during a rain-affected opening day against Kent at the Spitfire Ground, Canterbury.