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6th July 2014
A rejuvenated Jack Brooks returns to Yorkshire’s squad for their LV= County Championship Division One encounter with defending champions Durham at Headingley from Monday.
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1st July 2014
Essex are in a strong position to complete their second LV= County Championship Division Two win of the season, having reduced Gloucestershire to 194 for four in their second innings.
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30th June 2014
Jesse Ryder helped himself to a belligerent century while Ravi Bopara finished unbeaten on 98 as Essex completely dominated the second day of their LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Gloucestershire at the Essex County Ground.
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29th June 2014
Reece Topley provided further proof of his blossoming talent with an impressive five-wicket haul before Essex let opponents Gloucestershire off the hook on the opening day of their LV= County Championship match.
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28th June 2014
Richard Oliver will make his LV= County Championship debut in Worcestershire's Division Two encounter versus Glamorgan at New Road.
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17th June 2014
Hampshire completed a crushing, 470-run win over Essex with a day to spare at the Ageas Bowl, where the visitors - set an unlikely 605 for victory - were dismissed for 135 in their second innings.
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16th June 2014
Hampshire took total control by stumps on day two of their LV= County Championship Division Two match against Essex.
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15th June 2014
Hampshire finished the first day at the Ageas Bowl in the ascendancy after recovering from 208 for six to make 286 all out and then reducing Essex to 55 for two at stumps.
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10th June 2014
Part-time seamer Jesse Ryder claimed his second five-wicket haul of the match but the Essex attack could not break Kent down as their LV= County Championship Division Two clash at Canterbury ended in a draw.
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9th June 2014
Ravi Bopara's 162 helped edge Essex into a slender first-innings lead on a rain-hit third day of the LV= County Championship Division Two match with Kent, where Mitchell Claydon fought back with five wickets.