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Billy Godleman’s determination holds Derbyshire together

Glamorgan 20 for zero path Blankshire 251 (Godleman 95, Wagg Three-36, van der Gugten Three-66) by 231 runsScorecard Derbyshire captain Billy Godleman continued his current spectacular run of kind with 95 to steer his aspect to respectability on the opening day of the Division Two match in opposition to Glamorgan …

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Matt Henry takes six as 18 wickets fall in the day

Northamptonshire 71 for eight (Henry 6-31) path Kent 137 (Gleeson Three-16, Buck Three-28) by 66 runsScorecard Kent tempo bowler Matt Henry bagged 6 for 31 to depart Northamptonshire reeling on 71 for eight when dangerous mild and rain ended prematurely an action-packed opening day of Specsavers County Championship motion. On …

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Former India seamer RP Singh retires

Exactly 13 years after making his worldwide debut in an ODI towards Zimbabwe on September four in Harare, former India left-arm seamer RP Singh has introduced his retirement from all cricket. The 32-year outdated performed 82 matches throughout codecs for India between 2005 and 2011. “Today as I hang [up] …

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Burns’ runs continue to flow as England look away

Surrey 256 for four (Burns 90, Elgar 75) vs EssexScorecard Rory Burns and Dean Elgar compiled a second-wicket stand of 148 to underpin Specsavers County Championship champions-elect Surrey’s first-day ascendancy over reigning champions Essex at Chelmsford. The pair weathered an early storm earlier than settling right into a affected person, …

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Taunton pitch under scrutiny as 22 wickets fall

Lancashire 99 (Leach 5-28) and seven for two path Somerset 192 (Gregory 64*, Maharaj Four-65, Onons Three-40) by 86 runsScorecard The long-distance jurors reached their verdicts shortly on the primary afternoon of this recreation. The motive was clear sufficient and though the proof was circumstantial, the defendant had type. Well …

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Cricket: ‘Gentleman’ Cook deserves more credit for his achievements, says Clarke

(Reuters) – Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has described Alastair Cook as one of many sport’s “true gentleman” after the record-breaking England opener determined to finish his 12-year worldwide profession. Cricket – England Press Conference – Edgbaston, Birmingham, Britain – July 30, 2018 England’s Alastair Cook throughout a press convention …

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