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    Hampshire keen on Aussie all-rounder Shane Watson

    by  • September 11, 2015 • Cricket • 0 Comments

    Hampshire have confirmed that they have made an offer to sign the Australian all-rounder Shane Watson for the county next season. The 34-year-old, who announced his Test retirement earlier this week – but has insisted that he wanted to continue playing limited over cricket. Hampshire director of cricket Giles White has confirmed approach has...

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    Durham skipper Paul Collingwood pens new contract

    by  • September 8, 2015 • Cricket • 0 Comments

    The former England all-rounder Paul Collingwood has signed a new one-year contract with Durham. The 39-year-old, who made his first class debut against Northamptonshire in 1996 – will remain with the North-East outfit for the 2016 season. Paul Collingwood signs new one year deal for Durham CCC. For full story go to http://t.co/GvzBTV7wmr —...

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    Twitter reacts as India clinch Sri Lanka series 2-1

    by  • September 1, 2015 • Cricket • 0 Comments

    India clinched the third and final Test in Colombo by 117 runs, defeated Sri Lanka to registered a historic Test series win for the first time on the island in 22 years. The Champions #TeamIndia #SLvsInd pic.twitter.com/Kx4rD0uWEy — BCCI (@BCCI) September 1, 2015 Sri Lanka set a target of 386 runs, were bowled out...

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    Kiwi gloveman Luke Ronchi signs for Somerset

    by  • August 21, 2015 • Cricket • 0 Comments

    English club Somerset have announced the signing of New Zealander wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi for the final phase (last four matches) of the county season. BREAKING: Luke Ronchi returns as our overseas player for the last 4 championship games – http://t.co/HxjyXssK66 pic.twitter.com/GPjOogsSC1 — Somerset Cricket (@SomersetCCC) August 20, 2015 Ronchi, 34, who has played all three...

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    Australia: Steven Smith named new Test captain

    by  • August 14, 2015 • Cricket • 0 Comments

    Cricket Australia have announced that all-rounder Steven Smith will become the next captain of the Test team when Michael Clarke retires at the end of ongoing Ashes series. Congratulations to @stevesmith49, Australia’s next Test captain and @davidwarner31 as deputy – http://t.co/Jj5HXOyIU2 pic.twitter.com/KonoiuXSz3 — Cricket Australia (@CAComms) August 14, 2015 Clarke, 34, is retiring from...

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