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20th August 2013
ECB is inviting entries from young journalists and regional newspapers for the County Cricket Journalism Awards 2013 supported by The Times.
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20th August 2013
The NatWest Series T20 International match between England and Australia at the Ageas Bowl on August 29 is a sell-out.
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20th August 2013
A host of cricketers, administrators and fans of cricket are to embark on a gruelling charity bike ride to raise money for two of the game's leading charities.
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20th August 2013
Stone move to the top of the table collecting the greater amount of points in the abandoned game against Leek who drop to second.
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20th August 2013
Just one game reached a conclusion in the North East Premier League with South North brushing aside the challenge of Blaydon to move into second place in the table and reduce Stockton’s mammoth lead from 107 points to 87.
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20th August 2013
Luck, as well as ability, plays its part in deciding championships and as Richmondshire regained their place as league leaders for the third time this season they had to be grateful that the weather played a major role.
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20th August 2013
The top and bottom two clubs clashed in the Cheshire ECB Premier League with the first meaningful rain of the season affecting both fixtures but Chester Boughton Hall still managed to stretch their lead over Neston to nine points.
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20th August 2013
Hartley suffered a rare defeat in the win/lose format but bagged eight bonus points against Beckenham.
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20th August 2013
The return of the 50 overs win or lose format saw no change in the form of Premier Division leaders Shrewsbury but they were made to fight mightily hard for their tenth victory of the season by resurgent Walmley.
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20th August 2013
Maximum points for the top three teams saw no change in the upper reaches of the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League but Market Deeping’s defeat at the hands of second placed Sleaford allowed Lindum to move into fourth.

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