Category: County Cricket

English County Worcestershire sign New Zealand’s in-form fast bowler Matt Henry

English County Worcestershire sign New Zealand’s in-form fast bowler Matt Henry

English County summons Matt Henry English County Worcestershire County Cricket club have signed Matt henry, the in-form New Zealand fast bowler who has been impressive in the series against Sri Lanka. Henry has been signed for half a season, as a replacement for Kyle Abbot who will miss the first half due to Internationl duty. Henry has already proven himself […]

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Another English county fast bowler dies, 28 year old Tom Allin

Another English county fast bowler dies, 28 year old Tom Allin

Second tragic loss in 7 days time, RIP young Tom Allin Former Warwickshire fast bowler Tom Allin has passed away at the tender age of 28. Allen featured for Warwickshire in the 2013 season and in the 2011 season. He also played for Devon and Cardiff MCCU. Allin emerged through the Devon Under15 and U18 teams before finally making his […]

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McCullum to play for Middlesex after retirement

McCullum to play for Middlesex after retirement

Middlesex sign inspirational Baz According to the announcement on the official website of Middlesex County Cricket Club on Wednesday, soon to retire New Zealand star Brendon McCullum has agreed to play for the club during next summer’s Natwest T20 blast and the Royal London One Day Cup. McCullum only recently made a blockbuster announcement that shook the entire landscape of […]

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Toss no longer compulsory in English Domestic Cricket

Toss no longer compulsory in English Domestic Cricket

No more coins? The cricketing world just wont stop giving its fans new twists and turns every now and then. With the recent history making pink ball, Day/Night games kicking off between Australia and New Zealand, there seems to be yet another ground breaking rule which promises to change the landscape of the game for ever. The ECB (England and […]

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Silverware for the Red Jerseys

Since 1999 Lancashire were unable to win a limited over title to their names though appearing in many of the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals of multiple limited over cricketing contests in England. They were facing a long drought which ended this year. There was a reason why Richard thought aristocrats developed weak chins and for Lancashire there was a reason […]

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