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May 21 2013 Latest news:
Holland all rounder Ryan ten Doeschate is set to make his first appearance for Essex this season after being named in the 13-man squad to face Kent.
Kevin Pietersen and England are still unsure whether he will be fully recovered from his knee injury in time for the start of this summer’s Ashes.
Stuart Broad is hoping England have seen just a glimpse so far of the rewards he can reap this summer for the hard work he has put in on his bowling.
Yorkshire Bank 40: Somerset beat Middlesex by six wickets
Yorkshire Bank 40 Group B: Lancashire beat Surrey by seven runs
England captain Alastair Cook hailed an on-form Stuart Broad as “an absolute nightmare” for batsmen after his career-best figures blew New Zealand away to claim the first Test Lord’s.
First Investec Test, day 4: England (232 & 213) beat New Zealand (207 & 68) by 170 runs
Joe Root believes England still have the advantage over New Zealand, despite their “very disappointing” last half-hour on day three of the first Test at Lord’s.
First Investec Test, day 3: England 232 & 180-6 New Zealand 207 (all out)
Mark Pettini kept his cool to see Essex to their second LV= County Championship Division Two victory of the season by beating Glamorgan by five wickets with seven balls to spare at Cardiff.
Surrey suffered a 114-run LV= County Championship Division One defeat at Trent Bridge as Nottinghamshire’s seam attack saw them off in favourable conditions.
Stewart Walters fell two runs short of securing Glamorgan’s first century of the season but the Welsh county nevertheless built a useful second-innings lead on the third day of their LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Essex at Cardiff.
Twelve wickets fell under slate-grey skies as Nottinghamshire and Surrey each pressed for a victory that would enhance their claims of moving away from the lower reaches of the Division One table.
Tim Murtagh finished with match figures of 10 wickets for 77 as Middlesex completed an emphatic three-day LV=County Championship win over Somerset at Taunton by nine wickets.
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