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SOMERSET'S Jamie Overton has started bowling again after spending the past 12 weeks recovering from tendonitis in his right knee, writes Richard Walsh.
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AUSTRALIAN fast bowler Mitchell Johnson could be ruled out of the World Twenty20 tournament in Bangladesh after developing a toe infection.
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CRICKETING legend Graham Gooch will join his former England colleague Geoff Miller on stage in Chelmsford on Sunday March 23. The duo will be at the Civic Theatre in Fairfield Road, for an evening as guests of the city's mayor and deputy mayor to raise money for their chosen charity of the year, The J's Hospice.
YORK & District Cricket League premier division champions Woodhouse Grange will be holding three events in the build-up to the 2014 season, writes Will Jackson .
Veteran Australian paceman Ryan Harris has undergone surgery on his knee, but faces a long rehabilitation and is likely to be sidelined until October, Cricket Australia said on Wednesday.
The Melsham Fundraising Group is auctioning the items to raise more than A 20,000 for Cancer Research UK from today.
Pakistan's banned Test leg-spinner, Danish Kaneria has submitted a sum of 28,000 pounds with a commercial high court in London in order to get his appeal against the life ban heard on April 11th.
West Indies rallied from a middle-order wobble to romp to a series-clinching five-wicket victory over England in the second Twenty20 International of the three-match series at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Tuesday.
It's time for the Cricket World team to give you their views on who they think will win the ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh, and the reasons behind their choices.
As befitting a young man in a hurry, Trent Boult wants to play as much cricket for New Zealand as he can.
Starting us off this week we have the West Indies v England Twenty20 series, which began with a 27-run defeat for England and the fans were not happy.
BOLLYWOOD glamour was the theme for this year's Boot Out Breast Cancer annual ball, which raised more than A 125,000 to help fund vital NHS hospital equipment for patients.
The news that Stuart Broad will miss England's remaining two Twenty20 Internationals in the West Indies with a knee injury is a worry, especially with the World Twenty20 so close.
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.