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THE Northern Echo asked Durham County Council a series of questions about its financial backing and relationship with Durham County Cricket Club.
England all-rounder Ravi Bopara has been fined along with West Indies duo Marlon Samuels and Darren Sammy after all three admitted to breaching the International Cricket Council's code of conduct.
Depleted England believe they can still surprise the Twenty20 world in Bangladesh, as long as they back themselves to play bold cricket.
Injured England batsman Joe Root has been ruled out of the ICC World Twenty20 and will be replaced by Ian Bell.
The five new intakes of the Elite International Cricket Academy, based at Hampshire's Ageas Bowl, have been announced ahead of the 2014 season.
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq said Monday his players' performance in the Asia Cup had raised his hopes for the team in the upcoming World Twenty20.
In the second T20 match of their tour against the Netherlands, the County won the toss and chose to bat in hot, sunny conditions.
England faltered alarmingly to spin on the way to a 27-run defeat in the first Twenty20 international at Kensington Oval.
Nigeria's senior cricket national team kept promotion hopes alive by beating Cayman Islands at the Kinrara Academy Oval in Kuala Lumpur today.
FORMER Hampshire all-rounder Shahid Afridi failed to provide any more spectacular batting fireworks as Sri Lanka beat Pakistan to win the Asia Cup.
MARK Thorburn has extended his contract with Gloucestershire and taken over full-time as high performance analyst and bowling coach.
AFTER the West Indies were routed by an innings in less than three days in their two Tendulkar farewell Tests in India last November, Clive Lloyd said they "looked drunk" on an overindulgence of Twenty20 cricket.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE are optimistic that seam bowlers James Fuller and David Payne will be fit in time for the new season.
Paul Collingwood may have a "tricky decision" ahead at some point - but is determined to captain Durham this summer, irrespective of future coaching commitments with England.
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