News

Chris Devine
21st September 2013
Chris Read reflected on one of the proudest moments of his career after Notts Outlaws ended a 24-year wait for a limited-overs trophy by defeating Glamorgan in the Yorkshire Bank 40 final.
Rob Barnett
21st September 2013
Glamorgan captain Mark Wallace made no secret of his belief that David Hussey being dropped early in his innings was the turning point that led to Notts Outlaws easing to Yorkshire Bank 40 glory.
Chris Devine
21st September 2013
Samit Patel backed up his pre-match confidence by delivering the decisive contribution as Notts Outlaws defeated Glamorgan by 87 runs to win the Yorkshire Bank 40.
Toss
Alex Hales
Andrew Salter
Simon Jones
David Hussey
Chris Read
Graeme Swann
Harry Gurney
Ajmal Shahzad & Gareth Rees
Chris Cooke
Samit Patel
Ajmal Shahzad
Stuart Broad
Nottinghamshire
Toss
ecb.co.uk News
21st September 2013
Live images from Lord's where Notts Outlaws beat Glamorgan by 87 runs in the Yorkshire Bank 40 final.
ecb.co.uk News
21st September 2013
The draw has been made for next year’s List A domestic competition, which will be a 50-over tournament.
Matt Sherry
20th September 2013
Simon Jones believes Glamorgan have forced people to sit up and take notice by reaching the final of the Yorkshire Bank 40.
ecb.co.uk News
20th September 2013
Essex’s hopes of winning promotion virtually came to an end during a drawn LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Glamorgan.
ecb.co.uk News
19th September 2013
Only two hours of play were possible on the third day at Chelmsford but that proved to be enough time for Essex opener Jaik Mickleburgh to score his second LV= County Championship century of the season.
ecb.co.uk News
18th September 2013
Gautam Gambhir and Jaik Mickleburgh followed up David Masters' good work as Essex moved into a strong position at Chelmsford.
ecb.co.uk News
18th September 2013
Glamorgan have signed South African top-order batsman Jacques Rudolph as their overseas player for the 2014 and 2015 seasons subject to receiving clearance from Cricket South Africa.