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County cricket: Surrey chase title towards Yorkshire, Hampshire v Kent Cricket

DIVISION ONE

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Chelmsford: Lancashire 131 and 73 BEAT Essex 107 and 59 by 38 runs

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Bristol: Gloucestershire 255 and 4-0 v Warwickshire 274 and 128 Gloucs need 144 to win

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The Rose Bowl: Hampshire 57 and 209-7 v Kent 165 and 269. Hampshire need 169 to win

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Taunton: Somerset 389 and 12-0 v Northants 184-6

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The Oval: Surrey 333 v Yorkshire 179 and 171-6

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DIVISION TWO

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The Riverside: Durham 459-7dec v Sussex 162 and 9-4 Rain

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Sophia Gardens: Glamorgan 550-5dec v Derbyshire 211-5

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Grace Road: Leicestershire 294 v Middlesex 297 and 108-3

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New Road: Worcestershire 390 BEAT Nottinghamshire 128 and 183 by an innings and 79 runs

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Worcestershire 390 BEAT Nottinghamshire 128 and 183 by an innings and 79 runs

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Three wickets for Pennington and Waite, a consolation fifty for Hameed, who has quietly had a good summer. And an absolute balls-up by Notts, who lose only their second game of the season. They are still strong favourites for promotion, needing only a few points against Durham at Trent Bridge next week – but Worcestershire’s hopes of promotion stay alive into their last game against Middlesex at New Road.

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  • Number of County Championship games to be cut from 14 to 10

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  • A Division One of six teams

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  • Dedicated windows for the One-Day Cup, T20 Blast and the Hundred.

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  • Start of the Championship to move to May

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  • Two Division Twos, with one promotion place decided by a play-off

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  • An April 50-over cup knock-out to involve minor counties

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  • The T20 Blast will consist of 10 games, reduced from 14, and will be a block from end of May to July

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  • The Hundred will take place in August, accompanied by red-ball festival cricket – that won’t count towards the Championship.

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  • FCC have to endorse the changes to the men’s domestic trophy – with a two-thirds decision needed

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  • The ECB board and exec endorse all recommendations. Seventeen recommendations in all – 15 of which fall to the ECB to implement including…

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  • trialling the Kookaburra ball

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  • A North v South game played overseas

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  • England Lions to focus on red-ball cricket

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  • A bonus points system in the CC to encourage positive cricket and better quality pitches.

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  • An increase in the diversity of people in high-performance roles.

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Good sunny morning! This is Surrey’s day, Surrey’s Championship – unless. Unless Yorkshire can rally and Tom Kohler-Cadmore prove to Somerset just what a prize they have won. Unless , down at The Rose Bowl, James Vince can play the innings of his life and carry Hampshire to the unlikely 273 more they need to beat Kent – as he so nearly did against Lancashire in the penultimate game of last year.

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Pull up your chair and join us, it’s going be fun.

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A hat-trick from George Balderson snatched Lancashire victory and 19 points from a match played at triple-speed and with the foot down, door slammed shut and locked in just over four sessions at Chelmsford. Lancashire, who had started the day at 25 for six, slippered their way to 73, setting Essex a seemingly gettable 98 in as much time as they had to spare. But Essex slipped from 24 without loss to 59 all out, losing 10 wickets for 35 runs, as Balderson’s five for 14 and Will Williams’ four for 24 dislodged bails here and provided catching practice there. Shane Snater, who finished on the losing-side despite taking six for 10 in Lancashire’s second innings, had the consolation of a county cap. Essex were left to lick their wounds and give the pitch a long hard stare.

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Surrey sleep with the Championship Trophy in touching distance after making Yorkshire follow-on at the Oval. Only Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Jonathan Tattersall could do much about Surrey’s imposing seam attack, consisting – for the first time this season – of Daniel Worrall, Tom Lawes, Jamie Overton and Kemar Roach. Following on, Finlay Bean got a snorter, and George Hill was done by some extra bounce from Overton just before stumps, leaving Yorkshire in a large hole.

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If Surrey win, Hampshire would have to beat Kent to take the title race into the final round – but that looks unlikely after another chaotic day at the Rose Bowl. Jack Leaning kept Kent in the match with his second hundred of the season as the pitch flattened out. As dusk began to fall, Felix Organ, nightwatchman Keith Barker and Nick Gubbins joined Ian Holland back in the pavilion, leaving Joe Weatherley, unbeaten on 54, looking, weeping, at a mountainous 273 more runs for victory.

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Gloucestershire’s Tom Price sliced through Warwickshire’s top-order as they were reduced to 58 for five in the battle of the Division One stragglers at New Road, while Craig Overton’s four for 25 left Northamptonshire in tatters at Taunton.

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In Division Two, Glamorgan captain David Lloyd reached 313, the highest first-class score ever by a Welshman, and Nottinghamshire found themselves in the unfamiliar position of following on against Worcestershire.

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DIVISION ONE

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Chelmsford: Lancashire 131 and 73 BEAT Essex 107 and 59 by 38 runs

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Bristol: Gloucestershire 255 v Warwickshire 274 and 58-5

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The Rose Bowl: Hampshire 57 and 105-4 v Kent 165 and 269. Hampshire need 273 to win

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Taunton: Somerset 389 v Northants 184-6

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The Oval: Surrey 333 v Yorkshire 179 and 89-2

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DIVISION TWO

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The Riverside: Durham 459-7dec v Sussex 162 and 6-3

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Sophia Gardens: Glamorgan 550-5 v Derbyshire 135-5

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Grace Road: Leicestershire 273-9 v Middlesex 297

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New Road: Worcestershire 390 v Nottinghamshire 128 and 129-6

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The lunchtime rating

Division One

Chelmsford: Lancashire 131 and 73 beat Essex 107 and 59 by 38 runs

Bristol: Gloucestershire 255 and 4-0 vs Warwickshire 274 and 128 Glocks want 144 runs to win.

Rose Bowl: Hampshire 57 and 209-7 vs Kent 165 and 269. Hampshire want 169 runs to win.

Taunton: Somerset 389 and 12-0 vs Northants 184-6

Oval: Surrey 333 v Yorkshire 179 and 171-6

Division two

River financial institution: Durham 459-7dec v Sussex 162 and 9-4 the rain

Sophia Backyard: Glamorgan 550-5dec v Derbyshire 211-5

Grace Highway: Leicestershire 294 v Middlesex 297 and 108-3

New Highway: Worcestershire 390 Beat Nottinghamshire 128 and 183 by innings and 79 runs

Anyway, across the earth: James Vince remains to be in, Hampshire nonetheless have hope. He’s on 53, together with Fuller (33 not out), Abbott and Abbas. Hunts nonetheless want 169…

Nominating these boys to compete in HPR:

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Thanks Viriditan BTL To seek out this assertion from Kent Chair, Simon Philip:

“The Strauss Overview is a complete and complete doc. Nonetheless, it must be famous that it’s framed solely by the prism of excessive efficiency.

The 2 predominant areas of our membership – home construction and scheduling – stay throughout the discretion of the 18 first-class counties. Inside this group, we are going to now take into account points such because the wants of all our members, supporters, gamers and stakeholders, the monetary affect, unintended penalties and probably irreversible adjustments to the important nature of county cricket.

“Kent Cricket is a elementary a part of our neighborhood, dedicated to selling the boys’s and ladies’s sport in any respect ranges.

“We proceed to ship success on the sector, develop gamers for England and assist one of many largest leisure and colleges cricket populations within the nation.

We is not going to permit our membership to turn into irrelevant.

Worcestershire beat Nottinghamshire by an innings.

Worcestershire 390 Beat Nottinghamshire 128 and 183 by innings and 79 runs

Three wickets from Pennington and White, a reassuring fifty for Hameed, who has had a quiet summer time. And an absolute balls-up from Notts, who lose simply their second sport of the season. They’re nonetheless sturdy favorites for promotion, needing only some factors towards Durham at Trent Bridge subsequent week – however Worcestershire’s promotion hopes will hold on till their remaining match towards Middlesex at New Highway.

“The established order is the very best and other people desire a completely different resolution.”

third drop catch of the morning, However I do not assume it is going to matter. Within the time it took me to learn HPR, the Yorkies misplaced one other wicket, a giant one, with Leith caught by Ryan Patel at third slip. York 126-5.

Even when we win right now They won’t be awarded the trophy till the ultimate sport – which is able to happen at Outdated Trafford.

Closing suggestions of the HPR

  • The variety of county championship video games will probably be lowered from 14 to 10.

  • A division of six groups

  • Home windows devoted to ODI Cup, T20 Blast and Hundred.

  • The championship will begin by Could.

  • Two Division Twos, with one promotion place determined by play-offs.

  • An April 50-over cup knockout involving smaller counties.

  • The T20 Blast will include 10 video games, lowered from 14 with a block from late Could to July.

  • The Hundred will happen in August, together with Purple Ball Competition Cricket – which is not going to depend in direction of the Championship.

  • The FCC should approve adjustments to the boys’s home trophy – with a two-thirds vote required

  • The ECB board and exec approve all suggestions. A complete of seventeen suggestions – 15 of which the ECB involves implement together with…

  • Attempting out the kookaburra ball

  • North vs South sport performed overseas.

  • England Lions will concentrate on purple ball cricket.

  • Bonus factors system in CC to encourage constructive cricket and higher high quality pitches.

  • Rising the variety of individuals in excessive efficiency roles.

Simply speaking with Kevin Howells. About how necessary it’s to complete in Division One this 12 months, as no staff in Div 2 subsequent season can have an opportunity to complete in Division One as there will probably be no promotion subsequent 12 months. Division One groups will combat for the six spots that can make up the highest division in 2024. So Division Two can have nothing to play for in 2023.

And it is a superb, if intelligent, Learn by Dan Gillen.

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Leith sq. drives it superbly for 4.

Sussex climate Slipping to an uncharacteristic end, now 9-4. Ibrahim is the third batsman to go lbw to Raine on a wicket.

Leith Presumably dropped within the slip cordon within the second over of the day – it might assist if Yorkshire may take it out a bit…

Alas, Koehler-Cadmore by a metal googly, the stumps cut up.

What a begin for Surrey!

Cameron Metal takes a wicket within the first over of the day ☝️#LVCountyChamp pic.twitter.com/Vu8KKMyFfb

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Gatherings of individuals to Vauxhall tube station, and I adopted a small snake of rucksacks down Harley Ford Highway. Its sunny, scorching too, and Cameron Steele has the ball for the primary over of the day.

Rating on the door

Division One

Chelmsford: Lancashire 131 and 73 beat Essex 107 and 59 by 38 runs

Bristol: Gloucestershire 255 v Warwickshire 274 and 58-5

Rose Bowl: Hampshire 57 and 105-4 vs Kent 165 and 269. Hampshire want 273 runs to win.

Taunton: Somerset 389 v Northants 184-6

Oval: Surrey 333 v Yorkshire 179 and 89-2

Division two

River financial institution: Durham 459-7dec v Sussex 162 and 6-3

Sophia Backyard: Glamorgan 550-5 v Derbyshire 135-5

Grace Highway: Leicestershire 273-9 v Middlesex 297

New Highway: Worcestershire 390 v Nottinghamshire 128 and 129-6

Wednesday’s Roundup

Hat trick taken away from George Balderson Lancashire With 19 factors and a foot down from victory and a match performed at triple velocity, the door was shut and locked at Chelmsford in simply 4 periods. Lancashire, who had began the day at 25 for six, raced to 73. Essex Apparently attainable 98 in as a lot time as they needed to spare. However Essex slipped from 24 for no loss to 59 all out, dropping 10 for 35, as Balderson’s 5 for 14 and Will Williams’ 4 for twenty-four ended bails right here and caught follow there. offered Shane Snatter, who completed on the dropping facet regardless of taking six for 10 in Lancashire’s second innings, had the comfort of a county cap. Essex had been left to lick their wounds and take an extended laborious have a look at the pitch.

Surrey After making it, fall asleep with the championship trophy inside touching distance. Yorkshire Observe-on on the Oval. Solely Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Jonathan Tattersall may do a lot about Surrey’s formidable seven assault, which included Daniel Worrall, Tom Legal guidelines, Jamie Overton and Kemar Roach for the primary time this season. After that, Finlay Bean bought a snorter, and George Hill was bowled by Overton with some further bounce simply earlier than stumps to depart Yorkshire in a giant gap.

If Surrey wins Hampshire Should kill Kent to take the title race into the ultimate spherical – however that appears unlikely after one other chaotic day on the Rose Bowl. Jack Lanning stored Kent within the match together with his second century of the season because the pitch flattened. As nightfall fell, Ian Holland was joined again within the pavilion by Felix Organ, evening watchman Keith Barker and Nick Gibbons, who noticed Weatherley, unbeaten on 54, mount an extra 273 for victory. They stored crying.

GloucestershireLower by Tom Value. Warwickshire’s prime order as they had been lowered to 58 for 5 in a battle of Division One strugglers at New Highway, with 4 remaining for Craig Overton’s 25. Northamptonshire In disrepair at Taunton

In Division Two, Glamorgan Captain David Lloyd reached 313, the best ever first-class rating by a Welshman, and Nottinghamshire discovered himself within the unfamiliar place of following up towards Worcestershire.

Introduction

Good morning sunshine! It is Surrey’s day, Surrey’s championship – till. Except Yorkshire can rally and show to Tom Koehler-Cadmore Somerset what they’ve gained. Till, down within the Rose Bowl, James Vince can play the innings of his life and take Hampshire to a different 273 to beat Kent – as he did towards Lancashire in final 12 months’s remaining. was

Pull up your chair and be part of us, it should be enjoyable.

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