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Bracewell Bowls New Zealand To Seven-Run Win

Doug Bracewell took six wickets to bowl New Zealand to a first Test win over Australia since 1993 and a first Test win in Australia since 1986 as the Black Caps held on to claim victory in the second and final game in Hobart by just seven runs. Australia, who had been set 241 to win, fell short when they were dismissed for 233 leaving David Warner unbeaten on 123 having carried his bat in vain as Bracewell returned figures of six for 40.
12 December 2011

Kerrigan Wins New Balance Champagne Moment Award

Lancashire County Cricket Club recently hosted their Player of the Year Awards, with official footwear supplier New Balance handing out one of the many awards to be presented throughout the evening. Liam Burns the European Business Development Manager for New Balance said, "We were extremely pleased to be presenting the award for the Champagne Moment of 2011 to Simon Kerrigan, who had a wonderful season with the ball and stands as an England hopeful."
2 November 2011

Rudolph Recalled, Tahir And Philander Called Up

Jacques Rudolph has been handed a recall to South Africa's Test team after an absence of five years ahead of two matches against Australia. Uncapped leg-spinner Imran Tahir and all-rounder Vernon Philander have also been named in a 14-man squad for the series, which begins on 9th November.
24 October 2011

Edwards Ton Sets Up Comprehensive England Victory

Charlotte Edwards scored her fifth One-Day International century to set up a 96-run win for England Women in the second game against South Africa Women in Potchefstroom. Her innings of 138 steered England towards an imposing total of 315 for six before South Africa were bowled out for 219 in reply as England moved to an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
23 October 2011

Brindle And Greenway Set Up England Victory

Twin centuries from Lydia Greenway and Arran Brindle set England Women on course for a 62-run win over South Africa Women in the first One-Day International in Potchefstroom. Greenway was unbeaten on 125 and Brindle on 107 as England scored 297 for three before dismissing South Africa for 235 in reply to ensure Charlotte Edwards led her side to victory in her 150th ODI appearance.
21 October 2011

Cricket World County Player Of The Week - Simon Kerrigan

There is really only one winner of the Cricket World County Player of the Week this week. Simon Kerrigan returned season-best figures of nine for 51 to bowl Lancashire to victory against Hampshire and keep them in the Championship title race on the final day at The Rose Bowl. He preceded this with three wickets in the first innings to give him career-best match figures of 12 for 192.
12 September 2011

Woodlands Make It Five Titles In Seven Seasons

Woodlands are celebrating their fifth JCT 600 Bradford League First Division championship in seven seasons.
30 August 2011

Cricket World TV - Kerrigan Looking Forward To Finals Day

Lancashire spinner Simon Kerrigan talks to us ahead of the Friends Life t20 Finals Day at Edgbaston, saying how much he is really looking forward to the event, how the club have used their extra preparation time and also giving his thoughts on England's rise to the top of the ICC Test rankings.
26 August 2011

Woodlands Edge Closer To Fifth League Title

Woodlands moved closer to their fifth JCT 600 Bradford League First Division title in seven years after crushing their nearest challengers Cleckheaton by seven wickets
22 August 2011

Michael Lumb Signs For Nottinghamshire

Hampshire opener Michael Lumb has signed a three-year contract with Nottinghamshire and will join the Outlaws from the start of the 2011 season. Lumb has hardly featured in domestic cricket this season due to injury but he will head to Trent Bridge after time playing for the Sydney Sixers in the KFC Big Bash T20 League and the Deccan Chargers in the Indian Premier League.
10 August 2011

Woodlands Strengthen Position At The Top

Woodlands strengthened their position at the top of the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division with a 79-run win at relegation threatened Baildon while Cleckheaton’s title challenge faltered.
9 August 2011

Woodlands Increase Their Lead Again

Woodlands increased their lead at the top of the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division to 19 points after a 65-run home win over Pudsey St Lawrence.
2 August 2011

Kerrigan The Big Mover In Kingfisher Beer Club MVP Ratings

After another weekend of club cricket action we take a look at the top performances from around the country and at how they have affected the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Ratings.
28 July 2011

Woodlands Consolidate Their Lead

Woodlands consolidated their lead at the top of the JCT 600 Bradford League after a tense two wicket win at East Bierley. There were just three balls to spare when new batsman Richard Spittlehouse scored the winning runs - a cover drive for four off Kez Ahmed.
18 July 2011

Woodlands Return To Winning Ways

JCT 600 Bradford League First Division leaders Woodlands returned to winning ways at home to Hanging Heaton as opener Scott Richardson scored his second century in the last three matches.
13 July 2011

Pudsey Congs End Woodlands' Winning Run

Defending champions Pudsey Congs ended Woodlands’ nine-match winning run, their lead at the top of the JCT 600 Bradford League Division One cut from 22 to 13 points. Left arm spinner Glenn Roberts produced a match winning performance by taking 6-41 to help Congs beat the leaders for the second time this season.
5 July 2011

Woodlands Increase Their Lead At The Top

Woodlands increased their lead at the top of the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division to 22 points with a 94-run win over one time leaders Bradford & Bingley. Opener Scott Richardson batted through the innings for 105, including four sixes and 12 fours as Woodlands recovered from 114 for seven to reach 191 for eight and was given good support by overseas player Safraz Ahmed (33), who helped him put on 70 for the eighth wicket.
1 July 2011

Edwards And Greenway Lead England To Victory

Half-centuries from Charlotte Edwards and Lydia Greenway helped England clinch a six-wicket win over India in their opening match of the Women's Quadrangular One-Day International series in Derby. Both players scored 51 with Greenway unbeaten when the winning runs were hit as England closed on 205 for four, overhauling India's 202 for nine with more than four overs in hand.
30 June 2011

Kerrigan, Hettiarachchi Jump Up Club MVP Ratings

The Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Ratings have now been updated for last weekend’s fixtures. Star performers this week include Dinuka Hettiarachchi, who took a hat-trick for St Annes and Jamie How, who made an unbeaten 157 in the same league.
30 June 2011

Woodlands Increase Lead With Big Win

Woodlands increased their lead at the top of the First Division to 16 points after beating Undercliffe by 69 runs – their eighth successive win – after posting the top score of the day –305-2.
21 June 2011


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