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19th June 2013
Darren Stevens thumped 118 from 53 balls as Kent Spitfires hunted down 337 to defeat Sussex Sharks in a remarkable Yorkshire Bank 40 fixture at Canterbury. Elsewhere, there were victories for Notts Outlaws, who retain a 100% record, and Glamorgan.
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19th June 2013
Australia opener Ed Cowan is set to make his final county appearance before the start of the Investec Ashes Test series as Notts Outlaws take on the Netherlands in their Yorkshire Bank 40 Group A encounter at Truro.
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16th June 2013
Steven Crook took three wickets in 11 balls as Northamptonshire Steelbacks improved their chances of progressing in the Yorkshire Bank 40 with a 63-run win over Sussex Sharks in Group A at Arundel.
Matt Sherry
15th June 2013
Notts Outlaws, the only unbeaten side in the Yorkshire Bank 40, will aim to keep up their 100% record when they tackle last year’s runners-up Warwickshire Bears at Trent Bridge.
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10th June 2013
Notts Outlaws hope to attract a big crowd for David Hussey's return to Trent Bridge by slashing ticket prices for their Yorkshire Bank 40 game versus Sussex Sharks on Friday 21 June to £1.
Anonymous
30th May 2013
Sussex Sharks’ hopes of a third successive appearance in the knockout stages of the Yorkshire Bank 40 suffered a blow when they lost to Warwickshire Bears.
Chris Devine
26th May 2013
Sussex Sharks kept up the pressure at the top of Group A in the Yorkshire Bank 40 with a hard-earned 20-run win over Kent Spitfires, for whom Darren Stevens's fifty proved in vain. Chris Jordan played a crucial role with bat and ball at Horsham.
Chris Devine
24th May 2013
The Yorkshire Bank 40 is back in a big way this weekend with 12 games from all three groups spread across the UK as the road to September’s Lord's final continues.
ecb.co.uk News
21st May 2013
The England and Wales Cricket Board today unveiled a new and ambitious strategic plan which seeks to deliver successful England teams at all levels, to produce a vibrant domestic game as well as increasing and enthusing participation during the period 2014-17