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21 Sep 2010

Brisbane in sight for Ashes cyclist

Olie Broom, the man whose fundraising adventure to cycle to the 2010 Ashes began at Lord’s in October 2009, has reached Australia on route to Brisbane.

20 Sep 2010

Gul and Razzaq lead Pakistan charge

Umar Gul's bowling and Abdul Razzaq's batting lead Pakistan to a thrilling NatWest One Day International win under the floodlights at Lord's - levelling the series at 2-2 with one match to play.

20 Sep 2010

Strauss: 'Middle overs cost England'

Andrew Strauss lamented the stagnation of England's run chase in the middle overs as they lost to Pakistan by 38 runs at Lord’s.

19 Sep 2010

Bell added to England squad

England have added Saturday’s Clydesdale Bank 40 Final hero Ian Bell to their squad for the fourth One Day International, under lights at Lord’s on Monday 20 September.

18 Sep 2010

Warwickshire win CB40 Final

Recently appointed skipper Ian Bell scored a brilliant century to steer Warwickshire to victory in a thrilling Clydesdale Bank 40 Final at Lord's.

18 Sep 2010

Bell: 'CB40 ton one of my best'

Ian Bell said his match-winning innings of 107 to win the Clydesdale Bank 40 Final against Somerset at Lord’s was "as good as I’ve played."

17 Sep 2010

Special Offer: CB40 Final

Cricket fans attending the England v Pakistan One Day International at the Brit Oval on Friday will be able to take advantage of a special ticket offer for a £10 discount to attend the Clydesdale Bank 40 Final.

17 Sep 2010

Giles: 'Battling Bears have momentum

Warwickshire director of cricket Ashley Giles believes his "battling" side will end the season on a high when they take on Somerset under floodlights at Lord's in the Clydesdale Bank 40 Final tomorrow.

17 Sep 2010

Trescothick: 'Lord's will life Somerset

Somerset captain Marcus Trescothick says playing at the "best ground in the world" can inspire his side to bounce back from the disappointment at missing out on the LV County Championship trophy.

16 Sep 2010

Flintoff retires from cricket

Ashes winner Andrew Flintoff has retired from all forms of cricket after being told his "body would no longer stand up to the rigours of cricket".

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