After recovering from illness to bowl England to victory at the Rose Bowl, Graeme Swann is now focusing on a clean sweep in the remaining three One Day Internationals.
Five MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) have been named in the England Women’s squad for the tour to South Africa in October.
Surrey and last year’s runners-up Somerset will meet in the Clydesdale Bank 40 Final at Lord’s on Saturday 17 September, after winning their rain affected semi-finals.
Somerset will be without captain Marcus Trescothick for their Clydesdale Bank 40 semi-final against Durham.
MCC Schools take on English Schools Cricket Association (ESCA) on Monday 5 September - the last free cricket at Lord's in 2011.
Lord’s will host two first-time finalists when the Persimmon National Village Cup reaches the Home of Cricket on Sunday 4 September.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Hales is intent on batting positively on his England Twenty20 debut in order to stay in contention for future selection.
Ravinda Jedeja has replaced injured Gautam Gambhir in the India squad for the One Day International series with England, as the tourists’ wretched luck continues.
Durham, Somerset, Surrey and Sussex will battle it out in the semi-finals of the Clydesdale Bank 40 in a bid to qualify for the Final at Lord’s, on Saturday 17 September.
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