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59 min ago | Wiltshire Times
Manager of North Bradley Football Club Ben Howe is holding a charity cricket match at Trowbridge Cricket Club on Saturday from 1pm-4pm.
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5 hrs ago | Essexcounty Standard
Setting his sights on victory - Essex head coach Paul Grayson is targeting success at the Colchester Cricket Festival, which starts this weekend.
9 hrs ago | Somerset County Gazette
SOMERSET'S NatWest T20 Blast campaign is still very much on track after they beat Hampshire at the Rose Bowl.
Tillakaratne Dilshan and Lasith Malinga were the key men as Sri Lanka levelled their three-match one-day international series against South Africa with an 87-run win in Wednesday's second contest in Pallekele.
SHERIFF Hutton Bridge kept up their title challenge in division one of the Pilmoor Evening Cricket League with a 46-run win at Sheriff Hutton.
Captain Andrew Gale will demand a final day push from his bowlers as Yorkshire attempt to climb to the top of the LV= County Championship table.
STAR cricketers are coming to town next week to help launch a female team for Marlow and get more women involved in the game.
Murali Vijay made England's bowlers toil in unresponsive conditions as India induced a successful slow grind on day one of the Investec Test series at Trent Bridge.
SOMERSET director of cricket Dave Nosworthy insists silverware is still the primary aim as his side head into the second half of the campaign.
Swan Green CC has been conspicuous by its absence on Hampshire League scorecards this summer, after folding in its 130th year.
BRIDPORT'S fine run of form continued under new skipper Duane Gay as his revitalised troops marched to a convincing 81-run success at Pimperne.
DRAX broke their duck in Hunters York & District Senior League division three north with a six-wicket victory over fellow strugglers Londesborough Park.
Kevin Pietersen thinks England could be in for a particularly tough Test series at home to India in the absence of Graeme Swann.
WILTSHIRE'S stellar summer continued unabated this morning as they wrapped up a nine-wicket triumph over hosts Berkshire at Falkland.
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Celebrations for Malmesbury after taking the wicket of Beanacre & Melksham's Mark Wiltshire during Saturday's Division One match that Malmesbury won by 149 runs COLLINGBOURNE picked up a welcome first win of the season in Division One as they edged out Swindon Civil Service by ten runs.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 03:27 pm
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