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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.
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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.
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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.
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18th June 2013
Chris Adams has revealed his disappointment following his dismissal as Surrey team director.
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17th June 2013
Surrey have sacked team director Chris Adams and coach Ian Salisbury, with former England captain Alec Stewart taking temporary charge.
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15th June 2013
Chris Nash struck his first hundred of the season as Sussex comfortably negotiated 59 overs on the final day at Arundel to draw with Surrey and maintain the only unbeaten record in LV= County Championship Division One.
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14th June 2013
Vikram Solanki made his first Surrey century as his side threatened Sussex's unbeaten record in the LV= County Championship after dominating the third day at Arundel.
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14th June 2013
The shortlist of six players for this year’s LV= County Championship Breakthrough Player Award has been named. Nominees are Gary Ballance, Scott Borthwick, Rory Burns, Shiv Thakor, Luke Wells and David Willey.
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13th June 2013
Michael Yardy held Sussex's batting together with 69 as the LV= County Championship leaders were kept in check by a persevering Surrey attack on the second day of the Division One match at Arundel.
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13th June 2013
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the first Twenty20 matches, and to celebrate the England and Wales Cricket Board is asking fans to vote for the best XI to have played in the domestic competition, now known as the Friends Life t20.