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Vaughan leads club cricket initiative

The former England captain, Michael Vaughan, is fronting a search for the most loved and worthy cricket club in England and Wales. The “Biggest Little Cricket Club” initiative forms part of the forthcoming NatWest CricketForce weekend, and the winning club … Continue reading

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Midlands volunteers among winners of NatWest Oscas

Volunteers from the Midlands were among the winners at the cricketing version of the Oscars – the NatWest Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards ceremony at Lord’s. Richard Fowkes from Leicestershire club Kegworth received the Liftetime Achievement Award from England seamer … Continue reading

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Bumble proves himself the master of Murali: Richard Gibson

David Lloyd proved he has still got it, even at the age of 63, by smacking Muttiah Muralitharan for consecutive sixes in a charity cricket match earlier this week – one of which broke a windscreen. Twice he launched the … Continue reading

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Richard Gibson: Flintoff and Vaughan’s onfield reunion

Former England captains Michael Vaughan and Andrew Flintoff are due to be reunited on a cricket field for the first time in three years this summer when they turn out at a fund-raising match in Cheshire. They will be part … Continue reading

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Alan Tyers: Belly At The MCC Game

This game is dead important so as we can prove that we are the best person to be number three for England so Nearly Coach Flower sent a txt msg to me and Keysey and Vaughany and says we should … Continue reading

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Miles Jupp: A tea break in Scotland with Michael Vaughan

Very few Englishmen will have had much reason to celebrate our recent performances against West Indies. One person who may be grateful, though, is Michael Vaughan. The failure of either Ian Bell or Owais Shah to make themselves indispensable at … Continue reading

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