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13th September 2015
West Indies quick Shannon Gabriel will make his Worcestershire debut as they scrap for their LV= County Championship Division One lives against Durham at the Emirates Durham ICG.
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11th September 2015
Chris Read reached an historic milestone on a day of high emotion at Trent Bridge as Nottinghamshire pulled off an astonishing 52-run victory over Durham in LV= County Championship Division One.
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10th September 2015
Michael Richardson narrowly missed out on his first LV= County Championship century of the season as Durham enjoyed the better of the exchanges on the second day of their match against Nottinghamshire.
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9th September 2015
A five-wicket haul from Graham Onions, plus half centuries from Mark Stoneman and Scott Borthwick, enabled Durham to take the spoils on the opening day of their LV= County Championship Division One match against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.
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9th September 2015
Nottinghamshire have rewarded Jake Ball and Brett Hutton with new deals as Mick Newell's side continue their push towards second place in LV= County Championship Division One.
David Clark
8th September 2015
Yorkshire require just five points at Lord’s this week to win back-to-back LV= County Championship titles for the first time in almost 50 years.
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7th September 2015
Kumar Sangakkara produced a batting masterclass as his 166 led Surrey to their second Lord’s final in four years.
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7th September 2015
Imran Tahir's spell as Nottinghamshire's overseas player has been curtailed by an upper thigh injury sustained on South Africa duty.
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6th September 2015
Ashes hero Stuart Broad is looking forward to returning to the ranks on Monday when he lines up for Notts Outlaws in their Royal London One-Day Cup semi-final against Surrey at the Kia Oval.
Andy Wilson
5th September 2015
It has already been quite a summer for 50-over cricket, and the semi-finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup are perfectly set up to continue that momentum.