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Outlaws into last eight

Nottinghamshire booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Natwest t20 Blast thanks to a 22-run victory at Northamptonshire.

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Hot Coles fires Hampshire

Hampshire boosted their hopes of clinching a home tie in the quarter-finals of the NatWest T20 Blast with a five-wicket win over Essex at Chelmsford.

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Cook to remain in charge

Alastair Cook will lead England once again for the third Test against India, which starts at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Sunday.

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Meaker on song for Surrey

Stuart Meaker shone with bat and ball on day three of Surrey's LV= Country Championship Division Two match against Kent at Guildford.

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Worcestershire force follow-on

Worcestershire's seamers strengthened the club's grip on the Division Two title by forcing Gloucestershire to follow-on in the LV= County Championship match at Cheltenham.

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Trott leads Bears fightback

Jonathan Trott held Warwickshire's top order together with an unbeaten 62 as his side reached 163 for three in response to Sussex's 413 on the second day of the LV= County Championship Division One match at Horsham.

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'Dream come true' for Buttler

New England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler says making his Test debut on Sunday will be a “dream come true”.

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Stewart backs Cook as captain

Former England skipper Alec Stewart believes Alastair Cook should remain as captain but insists the top order batsman needs to find some runs quickly.

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Afghans keep series alive

Afghanistan kept their one-day series against Zimbabwe alive with a dramatic two-wicket win at Bulawayo on Tuesday.

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Balcombe suffers knee injury

Hampshire pace bowler David Balcombe is out for a month after damaging his left knee ligaments during the County Championship game against Gloucestershire.

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Ashraful appeals against ban

Mohammad Ashraful has appealed to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) to reduce the eight-year ban imposed on him for match-fixing and spot-fixing during the 2013 Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

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Charged Anderson may miss Test

England's James Anderson could be banned from his home Test at Old Trafford with August 1 set for his disciplinary hearing.

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