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  1. Eight young prospects being considered for Worcestershire academyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Worcester News

    Peter Clark, Callum Lea, Josh Dickenson, Alex Hinkley, Lewis Evans, Dan Holland, Henry Cullen and Aaron Tomson are on the shortlist compiled by County academy coach Elliot Wilson. Final selections will be made by the end of September with those chosen linking up with the 2016-2017 academy intake to be retained for 12 more months.

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  2. Music legends return to Worcester for all-day concertRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Worcester News

    The 'Concert of Legends' at Worcestershire County Cricket Club, will see The Boomtown Rats, Billy Ocean and Paul Carrack perform throughout the day. Further support will come from local mod, soul and ska band The GT's who will kick off the day's performances at noon.

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  3. County Championship latestRead the original story

    Friday Sep 8 | Sporting Life

    A measured century from Daryl Mitchell helped Worcestershire to become the first side to defeat Nottinghamshire in this season's Specsavers County Championship. Mitchell scored an unbeaten 139 from 212 balls, with 21 fours and two sixes.

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  4. CRICKET: Berg continues Hants fight backRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Daily Echo

    HAMPSHIRE kept alive their hopes of beating the weather and top-four rivals Surrey after continuing their impressive fightback at The Ageas Bowl. After beginning the penultimate day on 129-7, having at one stage been 31-5 and 60-6, Hampshire's lower order added 161 for the last three wickets to secure a first-innings lead of 90. Once the ball softened, it looked a different game as Ian Holland registered his second half-century in three Championship innings.

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  5. British couple enjoying ninth visit to hometown of idol Buddy HollyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    The flight from London to Dallas is long. Mac Nunn said, "It gets tougher each time, being stuck in the same seat for nine-and-a-half hours."

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  6. CRICKET: Wickets tumble in race for third placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Hampshire Chronicle

    HAMPSHIRE all-rounder Liam Dawson admitted "average batting" was to blame for the loss of 16 wickets on day two at The Ageas Bowl. Dawson took 4-22, his best first-class figures for five years, as Hampshire bowled Surrey out for 200 before the home side collapsed to 31-5 in reply.

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  7. Hasting questions O'Keefe's selection in Australian Test squadRead the original story

    Jul 9, 2017 | Newkerala.com

    Melbourne [Australia], Sept. 6 : Australian seamer John Hastings has questioned spinner and his longtime friend Steve O'Keefe's inclusion in the national Test squad against Bangladesh despite still being suspended by New South Wales for poor behaviour.

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  8. CRICKET: Dawson records best figures for five years before Hants collapseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Hampshire Chronicle

    Liam Dawson took four wickets as Hampshire bowled Surrey out for 200 - before the home side collapsed to 60-6 in reply. The slow left-armer finished with 4-22, his best first-class figures for five years, after a first day on which 91 overs were lost to rain.

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  9. Paul Stirling: 14 facts about the aggressive Irish batsmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 3 | CricketCountry.com

    ... remains the highest by an Irish batsman in ODIs. Ireland had beaten England in World Cup 2011; they also beat Netherlands in the tournament. Chasing 307 at Eden Gardens Stirling stitched a 177-run opening stand with his captain William Porterfield. ...

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  10. Now or never for AustraliansRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 2 | The Age

    Steve Smith and Darren Lehmann have had a bad 12 months as leaders of our national cricket team. In this time we've lost Test series to Sri Lanka, South Africa and India, lost a one-day series to the Proteas 5-0 - albeit with our best fast bowlers rested - and didn't win a game in the Champions Trophy in England.

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  11. Concert of Legends is "the bargain of the century"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 1 | Worcester News

    Organisers of the Faithful City's Concert of Legends at Worcestershire Cricket Club have lined up eight legends this year to entertain a crowd expected to be more than 4000 strong. A Concert of Legends spokesman said: "That works out at A 5 a legend! To see just Billy Ocean normally in concert would cost you A 40. "The weather forecast is looking good and this is the chance to finish the summer in style with a festival in one day, at the iconic location of Worcestershire Cricket Club."

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  12. Sri Lanka fail to secure automatic World Cup 2019 spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | Daily Mail

    MARTIN SAMUEL: Lunatic clubs make such a meal out of deadline day... does anyone have a clue what is going on at Arsenal? Madness of the A 1.4bn window: United's early business a stroke of genius as dominoes fail to fall for final day deals Ramsey denies Arsenal 'shambles' jibe: Star insists he was merely referencing Oxlade-Chamberlain's nickname in farewell post after A 35m move to Anfield Chelsea complete late signing of Drinkwater from Leicester for A 30m as he says he 'can't wait to get started' Lemar shows Arsenal what they're missing: Winger scores stunner as France demolish Holland just hours after his move fell apart Suarez goes unpunished for horror tackle on Otamendi before limping off injured as Argentina's World Cup hopes are dented More misery for Sanchez as Chile are beaten 3-0 at home by Paraguay in World Cup qualifier with Vidal netting spectacular own goal Sri Lanka have ... (more)

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  13. Drama returning to Albert Halls - but your help is neededRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | This Is Lancashire

    Farnworth Performing Arts is heading back to its home in the town centre after four years away from the stage. The company, which has an 87-year history, has been unable to host its grand musical productions since the halls closed for refurbishment in 2014.

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  14. Is It Time to Give Bug Burgers a Chance?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | Bad Astronomy Blog

    ... United States, Chapul and Exo sell protein bars made with cricket flour. New Generation Nutrition, based in the Netherlands, is experimenting with falafel-like chickpea and buffalo worm patties. One does not observe these miracle workers eating ...

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  15. Arrow fired onto Oval pitch as fans told to take coverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | Daily Mail

    TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY LIVE: Sanchez, Coutinho and Lemar at centre of tug-of-war battles in countdown to tonight's 11pm finish BREAKING NEWS: Fans ordered to take cover after CROSSBOW BOLT lands on the pitch at The Oval to leave players fleeing pitch The transfer kingpin strikes again: Spurs chief Levy pulls off another masterstroke as he prepares to bank A 67MILLION for five reserve players 'This move may surprise you... but it's the right one for me': Oxlade-Chamberlain pulls on the Liverpool shirt for first time after A 35m switch from rivals Arsenal Man City flop Mangala set for A 18m move to Crystal Palace after they meet A 120,000 per week wage demands 'He's a heck of a boxer... and he has some very strong tools to bring to MMA too': McGregor pays tribute to Mayweather in long thank-you note MARTIN SAMUEL: Why do players lose all sense of reason when they score? Holland and ... (more)

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  16. England advertise for new bowling coach on their websiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | Daily Mail

    ARSENAL SPECIAL: How do they sort out this mess, are they right to sell Sanchez and can Wenger repair the damage? Spurs 1 Chelsea 0? Pochettino has shock bid for Swansea striker Llorente accepted with rival Conte poised to miss out on ANOTHER target Tottenham hopeful of signing Barkley for A 30m... but it is Pochettino's No 2 that has been driving their interest 'He's a heck of a boxer... and he has some very strong tools to bring to MMA too': McGregor pays tribute to Mayweather following 'whirlwind' mega-fight with long thank you note MARTIN SAMUEL: Why do players lose all sense of reason when they score... isn't that what they train for every day? Holland and Argentina both face missing out on the World Cup... so, where has it gone wrong for giants and what do they now need to do to qualify? PETER CROUCH INTERVIEW... on becoming a full-time DJ, how he could have been a tennis pro and ... (more)

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  17. Injured McCarthy, Young ruled out of ODI against West IndiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | The Cricketer International

    ... from injuries. Left-arm spinner George Dockrell , who had missed Ireland's Intercontinental Cup match against Netherlands, also made a comeback. William Porterfield (capt), John Anderson, Andrew Balbirnie, Peter Chase, George Dockrell, Ed Joyce, ...

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  18. Live: Chaos erupts after Warner's historic knockRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 29 | NEWS.com.au

    STEVE Smith and David Warner will look to build on the good work of day three and pilot Australia to a fighting victory over Bangladesh. The visitors resume 156 runs short of victory with eight wickets in hand.

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  19. O'Keefe recalled to replace HazlewoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 29 | The Cricketer International

    Steve O'Keefe has been recalled in place of the injured Josh Hazlewood to be part of Australia's squad for the second Test against Bangladesh, despite still being under suspension from New South Wales and a matter of months after his time in the national team appeared to be over. The national selectors elected not to pick another pace bowler in Hazlewood's stead, after witnessing the extremely spin-friendly conditions in Dhaka and in the expectation that a similar surface will be prepared for the second match in Chittagong next week.

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  20. The buzz on bugs: Will insect-based foods tip to the mainstream?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2017 | Food Industry

    ... manufacturers and retailers are taking this route. In 2015, Jumbo - the second-largest supermarket group in the Netherlands - became the first supermarket to offer customers a variety of insect-based products across all of its stores. Items included ...

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