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29th July 2015
Early Group B pacesetters Notts Outlaws will look to maintain their impressive start to the Royal London One-Day Cup when they travel to Sussex Sharks on Thursday.
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27th July 2015
Wet weather prevented any play in Durham's Royal London One-Day Cup match at home to Worcestershire.
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26th July 2015
Worcestershire director of cricket Steve Rhodes is excited for the start of the Pears' Royal London One-Day Cup campaign.
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24th July 2015
Recap action from the final round of the NatWest T20 Blast, where Glamorgan's and Notts Outlaws' hopes are dashed, Lancashire make it through after a washout, and Yorkshire Vikings successfully chase down 146 against Birmingham Bears.
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24th July 2015
The eight NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finalists have been confirmed after rain wreaked havoc with the final round of fixtures.
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24th July 2015
Lancashire Lightning qualified for the quarter-finals of the NatWest T20 Blast after rain washed out their final group game against Worcestershire Rapids at New Road.
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24th July 2015
Lancashire Lightning go into their final NatWest T20 Blast North Group game against Worcestershire Rapids on Friday knowing a win will likely be necessary to secure a quarter-final place.
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22nd July 2015
Jonny Bairstow celebrated his Ashes call-up with a dashing innings which helped propel Yorkshire to a seven-wicket victory over Worcestershire on the final day of their LV= County Championship match at Scarborough.
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21st July 2015
Yorkshire's push for victory was thwarted by Ross Whiteley's half-century as Worcestershire edged into a lead despite being made to follow-on in their LV= County Championship clash.
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20th July 2015
Follow the latest updates from the LV= County Championship where the batsmen are enjoying themselves as James Taylor hit a career-best 291 for Nottinghamshire while Lancashire duo Ashwell Prince and Alviro Petersen both hit double-centuries in a record stand of 501.