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21st July 2013
Hamish Rutherford powered Essex Eagles towards the knockout stages of the Friends Life t20, striking 84 from 43 balls in a comprehensive seven-wicket win over Sussex Sharks at the County Ground. News
20th July 2013
Yorkshire Vikings head coach Jason Gillespie has told his side they need to win the remainder of their Friends Life t20 games if they are to reach the quarter-finals, starting with the clash against Notts Outlaws at Headingley,
Chris Devine
16th July 2013
Essex Eagles captain James Foster hailed “a beautiful performance” after Surrey were brushed aside in last night’s Friends Life t20 fixture at the Kia Oval. News
15th July 2013
Ricky Ponting hit a masterful 65, his highest score in the Friends Life t20, but it was not enough to stop Essex Eagles ending Surrey’s run of four successive victories with an eight-wicket triumph in front of a crowd of nearly 15,000 at the Kia Oval. News
15th July 2013
The England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed that Jason Roy, Arun Harinath and Hamish Rutherford have received penalties under the ECB's discipline code. News
14th July 2013
Essex Eagles returned to winning ways in the Friends Life t20 with a six-wicket triumph over Sussex Sharks.
Rob Barnett
13th July 2013
Former South Africa all-rounder Andrew Hall will miss Northants Steelbacks’ first-meets-second Friends Life t20 Midlands, Wales & West Group game with Glamorgan at Wantage Road on Sunday through injury. News
12th July 2013
Middlesex Panthers crushed Essex Eagles by eight wickets in their Friends Life t20 duel at Chelmsford after the home side were bowled out for 74, their lowest total in the competition. Kyle Mills took figures of 3-1-4-3.
Rob Barnett
12th July 2013
Essex Eagles must make do without star all-rounder Ravi Bopara for the first time since he suffered a side strain when they face Middlesex Panthers in the Friends Life t20 on Friday evening at Chelmsford. News
8th July 2013
Essex Eagles claimed their second Friends Life t20 victory over Kent Spitfires in the space of three days, this time by a margin of 62 runs in a South Group meeting.