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We have all become used to watching high-scoring Twenty20 games with sixes and fours hit with increasing regularity. But has the game gone too far in the batsmens' favour?
We preview this week's NatWest T20 Blast action by picking out the stats that matter ahead of 11 matches that could go a long way towards deciding who reaches the quarter-finals.
Nearly 50 deaf cricketers will take part in the second England Cricket Assocition for the Deaf (ECAD) annual T20 tournament, which will be held next weekend.
Kevin Pietersen, who hammered a triple-century for Surrey on Monday, remains hopeful of an England recall despite reports indicating he will not be part of the Ashes squad.
Kevin Pietersen cracked the highest individual score by a Surrey batsman since 1899 on his way to a breathtaking triple hundred as he continues his bid to make a comeback to the England team.
Kevin Pietersen’s return to county cricket has been confirmed as he is set to feature for Surrey in the opening game of the County Championship against Glamorgan on 19th April.
Surrey Chief Executive Richard Gould tells us that he and the club are "delighted" that Kevin Pietersen is making a return to the club to play county cricket this summer.
Matt Carter gives his analysis of how Middlesex, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Yorkshire performed this season.
Matt Carter reviews the penultimate round of LV= County Championship which saw some outstanding individual performances meaning there is still plenty to play for next week.
Yorkshire won the title with a crushing win, Worcesteshire are promoted from Division Two, but there was plenty more going in this week's LV= County Championship, as Matt Carter explains.
In their penultimate county cricket Hot Spot discussion of the season, John Pennington and Matt Carter pay tribute to Yorkshire's LV= County Championship success.
The Birmingham Bears won the title, Lancashire reached the final while Surrey and Hampshire also made it to finals day, but how many of their players make our team of the season?
The fairytale outcome may not have fully materialised, but nonetheless once again the most prestigious event in the English domestic cricket calendar delivered a breathless day of enthralling action.
After 130 games the NatWest T20 Blast culminates this weekend in the traditional finals day spectacular - with Hampshire, Lancashire, Surrey and Birmingham battling it out.
The return of the LV= County Championship this week saw the title battle become a three-horse race and the fight to avoid relegation produced a classic encounter.
Surrey County Cricket Club and Lycamobile have successfully teamed up to take cricket back to Kennington Park.
Birmingham, Hampshire, Lancashire and Surrey qualified for finals day of the NatWest T20 Blast, leaving Essex, Nottinghamshire, Glamorgan and Worcestershire behind. Matt Carter looks back on the action.