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1st June 2015
A maiden century from Luke Wood rescued Nottinghamshire from a perilous position on the opening day of their LV= County Championship match against Sussex at Trent Bridge.
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1st June 2015
Daryl Mitchell hit an unbeaten 80 as Worcestershire consolidated an increasingly powerful position at the end of the second day of the LV= County Championship match with Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.
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1st June 2015
Laurie Evans narrowly missed out on a gritty hundred but Warwickshire’s long batting line-up hauled them up to 342 all out on the second day of the LV= County Championship match at Lord’s.
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1st June 2015
Jason Roy made a swashbuckling career-best 143 before rain frustrated Surrey’s attempts to press home their advantage against Lancashire at the Kia Oval.
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1st June 2015
Angus Robson struck his first century of the season as Leicestershire ended the second day of their LV= County Championship Division Two match against Essex as favourites to claim a rare victory.
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1st June 2015
Glamorgan took control of their LV= County Championship Division Two match against Northamptonshire on day two, with only rain preventing the visitors from being worse off than 79 for five.
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1st June 2015
Jack Taylor lit up an otherwise cheerless day with his maiden first-class century to give Gloucestershire the upper hand over Derbyshire in the LV= County Championship Division Two match at the 3aaa County Ground.
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31st May 2015
Recap the action from the LV= County Championship where Ben Raine took five wickets for Leicestershire, Glamorgan stuttered but recover well at home against Northamptonshire, while Steven Finn claimed three for Middlesex.
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31st May 2015
Steven Finn produced a fiery new-ball spell of 3-31 to give Middlesex early reward for their decision to ask Warwickshire to bat first in the LV= County Championship Division One encounter at Lord’s.
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31st May 2015
Bowlers Joe Leach and Jack Shantry took three late wickets to swing the first day in Worcestershire’s favour against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.