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May 25 2013 Latest news:
County Championship (day three): Durham 259 & 89-1, Middlesex 196
The third day of Essex’s County Championship game against Kent was washed out.
Play has been abandoned for the day at Headingley without a ball being bowled in England’s second Test against New Zealand.
Alastair Cook leads England into battle against New Zealand today in the knowledge that one of his side may have to give up their Ashes dream to accommodate Kevin Pietersen.
County Championship Division One (day 2): Durham 259 & 37-0 Middlesex 196
County Championship Division Two (day 2): Essex 212 Kent 214-5
Captain Alastair Cook believes the spectre of Kevin Pietersen’s return will create healthy competition in England’s batting line-up during the second Investec Test against New Zealand.
Daniel Vettori’s Test future is in doubt after he was ruled out of New Zealand’s clash with England at Headingley tomorrow.
New Zealand’s Neil Wagner hopes some well-aimed sledging can help the tourists get under England’s skin during tomorrow’s second Investec Test at Headingley.
Captain Alastair Cook is not banking on Headingley being a bowler’s paradise when his England side take to the field in the second Test against New Zealand tomorrow.
Coach Richard Scott says Middlesex must maintain a clean bill of health in the pace department if they are to cope with international call-ups.
Essex all rounder Graham Napier believes that time in the middle and more confidence in the tail enders has been the catalyst for this season’s sensational batting form.
Middlesex (11-2) trail Durham (259) by 248 runs
Kent (20-1) trail Essex (212) by 192 runs
England limited-overs coach Ashley Giles hopes victory in this summer’s Champions Trophy can help heal an old wound and set England up to deliver the World Cup glory in 2015.
Holland all rounder Ryan ten Doeschate is set to make his first appearance for Essex this season after being named in the 13-man squad to face Kent.
Kevin Pietersen and England are still unsure whether he will be fully recovered from his knee injury in time for the start of this summer’s Ashes.
Stuart Broad is hoping England have seen just a glimpse so far of the rewards he can reap this summer for the hard work he has put in on his bowling.
Yorkshire Bank 40: Somerset beat Middlesex by six wickets
Performers added a splash of colour to an otherwise grey afternoon as thousands turned out to the Boishakhi Mela on Sunday.
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