Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee have replied to online critics in a spat over the treatment of asylum seekersGlenn McGrath has defended himself after being drawn into the Australian governments handling of Tamil asylum seekers.The immigration minister, Scott ...
Guardian Tuesday, 29th July 2014, 8:19AM
DIRECTOR of cricket Steve Rhodes has named a 12-man squad for today's Royal London One-Day Cup clash with Northamptonshire Steelbacks at Milton Keynes.
Worcester News Tuesday, 29th July 2014, 8:00AM
Batsman scores 202 off 151 ballsBreaks record held by David WarnerPhil Hughes hit a brilliant double century in Australia A's one-day match with South Africa A in Darwin. Hughes's push for a national recall gathered further momentum on Tuesday when he set ...
Guardian Tuesday, 29th July 2014, 7:19AM
CRICKET REPORT: Midsomer Norton Methodist 1st XI 80-4 Brislington 4th XI 79 (Methodist won by six wickets) After a run of five consecutive cancelled North Somerset League games, the Methodists returned to action in styl ...
This is Bath Tuesday, 29th July 2014, 7:02AM
CRICKET REPORT: Timsbury 1st XI 213 Lansdown 1st XI 388-2 (Timsbury lost by 165 runs) It was a long, hot afternoon in the field for Timsbury as Lansdown demonstrated why they are runaway WEPL Bristol & North Som ...
This is Bath Tuesday, 29th July 2014, 6:29AM
NOTTS Outlaws have a host of players with international honours in their ranks.In fact, only three of the players who featured in Sunday's win against Sussex Sharks have not represented their country at senior level.One of them, Steven Mullaney, has rarel ...
This is Nottingham Tuesday, 29th July 2014, 6:00AM
Teenagers Tim Rouse and George Hankins shared a 208-run stand as Bath returned to the Wadworth 6X West of England Premier 1 summit with a seven-wicket win at title rivals Downend.Somerset batsman Rouse, 18, struck 18 fours and three sixes on his way to 11 ...
This is Bath Tuesday, 29th July 2014, 5:15AM
Keynsham's hopes of an instant return to Wadworth 6X West of England Premier 1 were dealt a blow in a 60-run home defeat to table-topping Ilminster.The visitors elected to bat first and in-form opener Louis Kraucamp top-scored with 57 as they made 213-8.S ...
This is Bath Tuesday, 29th July 2014, 5:14AM
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In a rare nod to the international game, County Cricket News celebrates England's elevation to the top of the cricketing tree with a look at three scorecards printed by the men from the Lord's Print Room.
Wednesday, 17 August 2011
With a little help from Google Earth, Vincent Miller has applied science and hearsay to reignite a futile debate.
Friday, 9 August 2013
Bluebells and swallows all hint at what is to come, yet it is the sight of groundsmen in wet-weather gear pointlessly tending to a water logged outfield that offers the greatest reassurance that summer beckons.
Friday, 5 July 2013
A way of life that had ebbed and flowed for close to a hundred years came to an abrupt halt in 1966 when demolition of the old Lord's Tavern and neighbouring buildings commenced.
Friday, 14 June 2013
Unlike its modern successor, the original Tavern at Lord's Cricket Ground overlooked the field of play - an ideal location for mixing cricket with pleasure.
Friday, 31 May 2013