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17th May 2015
Jimmy Adams and Michael Carberry continued their fine form as Hampshire worked hard to take a first-day advantage at 295 for five against Middlesex at the Ageas Bowl.
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.
ecb.co.uk News
15th May 2015
Jimmy Adams celebrated the birth of his newborn son by scoring his fastest-ever Twenty20 fifty as Hampshire started their bid for a sixth successive finals day with a 17-run win against Essex Eagles.
ecb.co.uk News
14th May 2015
Essex Eagles have been boosted by the news that their Twenty20 captain Ryan ten Doeschate is returning from the Indian Premier League for the start of the NatWest T20 Blast.
ecb.co.uk News
13th May 2015
Adil Rashid bowled Yorkshire to the second win of their LV= County Championship defence, a 305-run thrashing of Hampshire at Headingley.
Callum Dent
12th May 2015
Cheteshwar Pujara compiled his first century for Yorkshire before Jack Brooks started the defending champions’ victory charge with three late wickets on the third day of the LV= County Championship Division One clash against Hampshire at Headingley.
ecb.co.uk News
11th May 2015
Former England seamer Kabir Ali has announced his retirement from first-class cricket because of a serious shoulder injury.
ecb.co.uk News
11th May 2015
Yorkshire's bowlers held the upper hand on the second day of the LV= County Championship match against Hampshire at Headingley, despite a fighting knock of 97 from Michael Carberry.
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10th May 2015
Jonny Bairstow hit an uninhibited 102 and Adam Lyth compiled a useful 53 but the batting of the returning England tourists could not prevent Hampshire sharing some of the honours with Yorkshire on the first day of the LV= County Championship Division One game at Headingley.
ecb.co.uk News
9th May 2015
Yorkshire are set to welcome back four of their six members of England’s West Indies tour squad for the visit of Hampshire to Headingley, led by Adam Lyth who is “hopeful” that this will be his only county appearance before a Test debut against New Zealand at Lord’s later in the month.