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ecb.co.uk News
26th June 2013
Alastair Cook and MS Dhoni reflect after England lose to India in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy - while Australia have a new coach in Darren Lehmann; as Friends Life t20 kicks off we hear from Dimi Mascarenhas of 2012 champs Hampshire, and Marcus North of Glamorgan
ecb.co.uk News
25th June 2013
Left-arm spinner Danny Briggs has been made available for Hampshire Royals in the Friends Life t20 opener with Surrey at the Ageas Bowl.
Friends Life t20 Danger Zones Launch
Chris Tremlett
Friends Life t20 Danger Zones Launch
ecb.co.uk News
25th June 2013
ECB launched the 2013 Friends Life t20 season with a special event at Potter’s Field, near Tower Bridge overlooking the River Thames.
ecb.co.uk News
24th June 2013
Gary Keedy returned his best figures since August 2010 as Surrey had the better of day four of their LV= County Championship draw against Yorkshire at Headingley.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd June 2013
Surrey’s Kevin Pietersen ticked all the right boxes for England by striking a sensational unbeaten 177 against Yorkshire on his return to first-class cricket after a three-month absence with a knee injury.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd June 2013
Kevin Pietersen hit 177 not out on his return to action for Surrey against Yorkshire and also in the LV= County Championship Worcestershire beat Glamorgan. The Unicorns lost to Middlesex Panthers in YB40 action.
ecb.co.uk News
22nd June 2013
Rain and bad light at Headingley ruined any prospect of Kevin Pietersen reaching the crease on day two of his competitive comeback for Surrey.
ecb.co.uk News
21st June 2013
Kevin Pietersen's comeback was pushed to the periphery as Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale stole the limelight on the first day of the LV= County Championship clash with Surrey.
ecb.co.uk News
21st June 2013
Kevin Pietersen made his return to action for Surrey, while Lancashire completed victory inside two days as six LV= County Championship games took place. Notts' 100% record in the YB40 was then ended by Sussex.
ecb.co.uk News
20th June 2013
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting will retire from all cricket in October. The 38-year-old called time on his international career in December but has continued to feature in domestic competitions around the world.