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  • Warwickshire VS Lancashire - 04 Jul 2014 - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    climax to Lancashire Lightning s NatWest T20 Blast campaign when the team return to play their final two games in the group stages at Emirates Old Trafford Discount tickets for both games are still available with Adults just 10 Juniors Under 16 5 Click here for ticket purchasing and details The 2 games are Friday 18 July v Derbyshire Falcons 6 30pm start Thursday 24 July v Durham Dynamos 6 30pm start Birmingham Bears Edgbaston Birmingham Fri 04 Jul 2014 18 30 English Domestic NatWest T20 Blast 2014 V Match abandoned without a ball bowled Lancashire Lightning P aul Horton says Lancashire s excellent form in the NatWest T20 Blast this summer has been a real team effort as they prepare for a busy weekend The Lightning vice captain the skipper in this format for 2014 has guided his side to six wins from nine matches added to a No Result washout at Headingley Lancashire have a 14 man squad travelling to the Midlands with Andrew Flintoff added to the squad that watched it rain in Leeds last Friday And after the big build up last week Steven Croft should weather permitting create a new English T20 record for consecutive appearances by playing his 96th match at Edgbaston Squad Paul Horton capt Karl Brown Jos Buttler wkt Jordan Clark Steven Croft Andrew Flintoff Junaid Khan Kabir Ali Arron Lilley Stephen Parry Ashwell Prince Tom Smith Usman Khawaja Wayne White Heading into Friday s clash with Birmingham Bears at Edgbaston they have 13 points with five fixtures left to play and sit joint top of the North Division with Worcestershire Rapids who they face at New Road on Sunday All the focus heading into the competition was on the Lightning s star men Jos Buttler and Junaid Khan And whilst those two have returned excellent contributions so far the match winning performances have been spread throughout the squad including Horton himself with a couple of half centuries from the middle order There has been times when Jos Buttler s had an innings Karl Brown s had a couple of man of the matches Tom Smith has done well at the top I was man of the match against Worcester and Steven Croft s played well he said It s nice when you can spread it about a bit I ve enjoyed the T20s It s been nice to lead the side It s an honour Also because we ve done quite well it s worked out well for me in that role With Glen Chapple just coaching in the T20s it s a new partnership and one that s worked out well If we can put it together and win a one day trophy we ll both be very happy We ve played some good cricket in the T20 as the competition s gone on It seems a long time ago since that first game at Notts when we didn t get anything together The key in T20 is to get

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  • Leicestershire VS Lancashire - 11 Jul 2014 - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    in 5 4 overs for the second wicket with Karl Brown the best stand of the innings before punting Jigar Naik s off spin to long on in the eleventh Jos Buttler was the first of those four quick wickets when he cue ended a reverse sweep against Naik to cover in the 14th over Horton also fell as did Croft before Flintoff went lbw for one as he swept at Cobb s off spin to leave the score at 114 7 after 17 Jordan Clark and Kabir Ali who made 20 not out and 19 not out thankfully got Lancashire above 150 with a quick fire eighth wicket partnership of 37 in three overs Ali hit the only six of their innings Leicester made an impressive start to their chase reaching 43 1 after five Flintoff bowling with a split little finger on his right hand suffered fielding the first ball of the innings at slip took the wicket when Niall O Brien pulled him to deep backward square with the last ball of the fifth Croft then struck three times quickly as the Foxes slipped from 64 1 in the eighth He bowled Greg Smith before getting Ned Eckersley and Matt Boyce caught behind reverse sweeping and sweeping respectively in the tenth Flintoff struck again at the start of the 16th to break a 35 run stand between Cobb and Scott Styris as Croft completed a fine juggling catch at long on to get the latter and leave the score at 110 5 two balls into the 16th It was one of those where the fielder had to parry the ball up in the air before going over the rope and then completing the catch once he had got back inside When Junaid Khan had dangerman Cobb caught at deep cover in the next Lancashire had victory in their grasp with the score 118 6 Flintoff later picked up his third that of Tom Wells caught at long on before Ali easily defended 20 off the last Lancashire s next T20 match is against Derbyshire Falcons at Emirates Old Trafford next Friday Tickets can be bought online here Graham Hardcastle Photo c Simon Pendrigh Leicestershire Foxes Grace Road Leicester Fri 11 Jul 2014 17 30 English Domestic NatWest T20 Blast 2014 V Lancashire win by 18 runs Lancashire Lightning Leicestershire innings Batsman How Out Runs Balls 4 s 6 s SR Josh Cobb Caught Ashwell Prince Bowled Junaid Khan 60 51 4 2 117 65 Niall O Brien Caught Ashwell Prince Bowled Andrew Flintoff 24 16 3 1 150 00 Greg Smith Bowled Steven Croft 5 9 0 0 55 56 Ned Eckersley Caught Jos Buttler Bowled Steven Croft 5 4 1 0 125 00 Matthew Boyce Caught Jos Buttler Bowled Steven Croft 1 2 0 0 50 00 Scott Styris Caught Steven Croft Bowled Andrew Flintoff 14 16 2 0 87 50 Tom Wells Caught Steven Croft Bowled Andrew Flintoff 3 6 0 0 50 00 Ben

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  • Lancashire v Nottinghamshire LV County Championship
    Chapple who confirmed that Stephen Parry will start tomorrow s third day with Simon Kerrigan on his way to link up with the England Test squad at Lord s It was nice to take some wickets after struggling for 19 overs To take three quickly was a welcome relief Graham Hardcastle Photos Glen Chapple in action at Aigburth c Simon Pendrigh Lancashire Aigburth Liverpool Sun 13 Jul 2014 11 00 English LV County Championship Division Two 2015 V Nottinghamshire win by 1 wicket Nottinghamshire A fine fifty by Jos Buttler and entertaining thirties by Glen Chapple Steven Croft and Tom Smith could not disguise the fact that Lancashire came off second best on the first day of their LV Division One match against Nottinghamshire at Liverpool Asked to bat first in conditions which gave most help to the bowlers in the morning session Chapple s men were reduced to 45 4 inside 19 overs before being eventually bowled out for 225 In reply Nottinghamshire were 69 1 at stumps with Steven Mullaney unbeaten on 48 the former Lancashire all rounder having been dropped three times The author of Red Rose misfortunes as he has been so often in recent seasons was 39 year old Andre Adams who took 4 45 and clung on to a couple of fine catches as Glen Chapple s men were dismissed in 69 2 overs We re a bit behind in the game acknowledged Buttler It looked an okay wicket in the last two sessions and it would have helped if we d got through the first couple of hours a little bit more unscathed But it seamed around early on and they bowled well We also got out in some soft ways in the last two sessions and we have to be critical of ourselves in that respect Buttler s analysis is both honest and correct Lancashire will need to make early breakthroughs and hang on to their catches on the second day of this game if Chris Read s men are not to build a significant lead At the same time it was tough going for the home side s top order in the first session and would have been for any team in cloudy conditions on a pitch showing early moisture Having been preferred to Alex Davies as opener Andrea Agathangelou was the first to go caught by wicketkeeper Read off Luke Fletcher for 11 Five overs later Usman Khawaja s 15 ball innings was ended when Adams induced a leading edge and Mullaney s catch in the gully sent the Australian Test batsman back to the pavilion for a duck Paul Horton had defied Read s attack for 73 minutes in scoring 17 when left arm seamer Harry Gurney pushed one across him and Read pouched the edge Five balls later the impressive Adams squared Ashwell Prince up and fourth slip Mullaney scooped up a good catch Croft and Buttler saw their side to 81 for four without further loss although Croft should have been caught by Samit Patel for three when he edged a chance off Adams The Lancashire pair s enterprising strokeplay dominated the play immediately after lunch and the fifth wicket stand was worth 80 when Croft s push to Fletcher only gave a straightforward catch to Alex Hales at second slip Meanwhile Buttler s clean hitting had offered encouragement to the home supporters but the former Somerset wicketkeeper batsman was dismissed the ball after reaching his 83 ball fifty when he drove Gurney to Adams at mid off By now the Aigburth wicket was easing a little and Chapple made good use of the easing conditions by making a cleanly struck 38 which included a fine straight six off Patel However the slow left armer exacted his revenge four overs later when the Lancashire skipper clipped him to James Taylor at mid wicket After going into tea on 212 for seven Lancashire lost their last three wickets for 13 runs in 25 balls overs after the resumption Peter Siddle had Hogg well caught one handed by a diving Adams at mid off and the 38 year old completed his fine day by removing Smith for 32 and Kerrigan for a duck Nottinghamshire openers Mullaney and Hales began their side s reply by putting on 20 before Hales was plumb lbw to Hogg for eight in the tenth over of the innings However Mullaney and Michael Lumb steered their side into a formidable position at the close Paul Edwards Photo of Steven Croft c Simon Pendrigh Lancashire Aigburth Liverpool Sun 13 Jul 2014 11 00 English LV County Championship Division Two 2015 V Nottinghamshire win by 1 wicket Nottinghamshire A shwell Prince says Sunday s LV County Championship match against Nottinghamshire at Liverpool is a massive game although the experienced South African batsman stopped short of saying it is a must win for Lancashire Prince and company head to Merseyside to play their 12th Division One match of the summer and they are searching for their third win as they look to climb the table and into safety Notts are in title contention sitting second and five points behind leaders Yorkshire having won four times from their eleven matches including a hard fought victory over the Red Rose at Trent Bridge during the first week of the season Prince who played four Championship matches for Notts as an overseas player in late 2008 has an exceptional record at Liverpool It will be his final visit to Aigburth having scored 598 runs from six matches including two hundreds and four fifties We know that we need one or two wins in that competition so it s a massive game said the left hander who has scored 761 runs from eleven Championship matches this season It s not a must win yet but there are only five games left so we do have to start winning soon I ve personally had some decent scores at Liverpool and I enjoy batting

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  • Lancashire VS Derbyshire - 18 Jul 2014 - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    as the pressure mounted on the Falcons batsmen It s massive for us to get a home quarter final said Brown as he reviewed the evening The way we re performing at Old Trafford at the moment makes it a big advantage for us There s a lot of confidence running through the squad and whoever s bowling or batting just backs their ability That shows in the performances Batting first has worked in our favour but we ve also bowled really well on some very good wickets We re all very positive whether with the bat or ball and that s stood us in good stead Twenty20 cricket is about being brave and I think we have been right throughout the competition You have to trust your instincts and make split second decisions It s worked really well for us We aren t too fussy who we get to be honest because we ll be backing ourselves against any opposition Paul Edwards Photo c Simon Pendrigh Lancashire Lightning Emirates Old Trafford Manchester Fri 18 Jul 2014 18 30 English Domestic NatWest T20 Blast 2014 V Lancashire win by 35 runs Derbyshire Falcons S teven Croft believes Lancashire are in an ideal place to shine as the NatWest T20 Blast competition reaches a crescendo even if they are going to have to do without overseas star Junaid Khan Lancashire Lightning have the same 14 man squad available from last week s thumping win at Leicester and need one win to clinch a home tie in the Quarter Finals Squad Paul Horton capt Jos Buttler wkt Karl Brown Jordan Clark Steven Croft Andrew Flintoff Junaid Khan Kabir Ali Arron Lilley Stephen Parry Ashwell Prince Tom Smith Usman Khawaja Wayne White Junaid is within one wicket of being the competition s joint leading wicket taker with 17 from nine appearances but the Pakistani pace ace plays his last match of 2014 tomorrow when Derbyshire Falcons visit Emirates Old Trafford The left arm yorker expert will hope to sign off in style by helping the Lightning seal a home tie with a win in their penultimate North Division fixture Croft starred in last week s win over Leicestershire Foxes with three wickets and three catches one of eight wins from their 12 matches so far It was a victory which also saw Andrew Flintoff impress with three wickets Flintoff has slotted into a strong bowling attack seamlessly with Tom Smith Kabir Ali and Jordan Clark providing the other seam options We knew Khany s situation and that was one of the reasons why we signed Fred He s fitted into the role brilliantly Junaid s going to be a massive miss but we ve got the depth to cope said Croft The way Kabby has been bowling has also been great for us It s been a team performance all tournament Tommy s won us games with the bat Horts has Jos has Browny and Princey as well Then with the ball everybody

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  • Lancashire VS Durham - 24 Jul 2014 - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    was a bit surprised we only got 160 It was a bit odd There s a really good vibe in the changing room especially when the T20s come around We ve finished first in the table We ve beaten the best sides and we re very confident Photo c Simon Pendrigh Tickets for our NatWest T20 Blast Quarter Final are also on sale at the ground by phone from 08 444 999 666 and online click here for our online Ticket store Lancashire Lightning Emirates Old Trafford Manchester Thu 24 Jul 2014 18 30 English Domestic NatWest T20 Blast 2014 V Lancashire win by 27 runs Durham Jets K arl Brown says Lancashire can beat anybody in next week s NatWest T20 Blast quarter final at Emirates Old Trafford The in form batsman is the Lightning s leading run scorer in the competition with 354 runs from eleven innings including three half centuries and he is hoping to round off their North Division campaign with a tenth win from 14 against the Durham Jets tonight Lancashire have a 13 man squad on duty with Alex Davies replacing England bound Jos Buttler behind the stumps while Andrew Flintoff is out with a calf injury and Tom Smith is rested Kyle Hogg and Kyle Jarvis come in to the squad Lancashire Lightning from Paul Horton capt Karl Brown Jordan Clark Steven Croft Alex Davies wkt Kyle Hogg Kyle Jarvis Kabir Ali Arron Lilley Stephen Parry Ashwell Prince Usman Khawaja Wayne White Click here for our Spectator Guide for tonight s game Lancashire need one more point to secure top spot in the group after Notts Outlaws kept that race alive with a win at Northants Steelbacks last night However should Lancashire not finish top of the group and be overtaken by Notts then Brown and company still remain confident of advancing to a fifth Finals Day in 12 seasons And so they should be having won 42 of their 60 home matches since the start of the competition in 2003 They have only lost 13 times Glamorgan Somerset Surrey and Hampshire are all potential last eight opponents with that to be decided tomorrow We want to win beat Durham and finish top of the group If you finish top you play fourth in the other group so we have to go out there and win every game said Brown I don t think we re too fussy who we get in the quarter final we d be backing ourselves to win it against anyone The confidence we have is massive We spoke about momentum before the competition started and we ve got a lot of that at the moment We re backing ourselves to beat anybody It s awesome to play in front of a big Emirates Old Trafford crowd I don t think there s many better grounds in the country than this one especially when there s a few in It s brilliant because it helps you get up for

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  • Lancashire Lightning v Yorkshire Vikings
    pull against Bresnan who struck to leave Lancashire at 36 1 in the tenth Lyth then struck himself getting Prince caught at mid on having hit eight off the previous four balls as the hosts slipped to 51 2 in the 12th When Alex Davies fell in similar fashion to Steve Patterson in the 15th Lancashire were struggling An excellent stand of 103 inside 17 overs between Brown and Horton 38 steadied things before Rich Pyrah got a fingertip on a Brown drive to run out the Lightning skipper as the score fell to 160 4 in the 31st with 165 still needed Brown reached an 82 ball ton shortly after having hit two sixes to go with seven fours but he lost his new partner Croft to another run out coming back for two against a Jack Brooks throw at long leg At that stage Lancashire were 213 5 in the 39th needing 112 Brown hit a couple more sixes before Brooks struck the key blow bowling the right hander with a slower ball as the hosts fell to 250 6 in the 43rd Adil Rashid then got Wayne White and Jordan Clark caught soon after before Kabir Ali fell caught behind against Bresnan and Kyle Jarvis was run out Earlier Yorkshire s innings started well thanks to Lees and Lyth who put on 69 inside the first ten overs of powerplay before the latter fell to Jarvis caught at deep mid wicket Williamson and Lees then shared 82 in 15 1 overs for the second wicket as Yorkshire reached halfway at 151 2 Lees fell with the last ball of 25th when he picked out long on against Stephen Parry Another stand of note followed 72 inside 14 for the third wicket between Williamson and Gale although the innings seemed to lose a bit of momentum as both men fell in the 39th and 41st overs to Ali and Parry respectively as the score slipped to 230 4 Lancashire took four wickets in the last ten overs of the innings including two more to Ali but an entertaining late cameo from Bresnan put Lancashire on the back foot again at the interval Unfortunately they could not recover and will want to bounce back against Hampshire here tomorrow 2pm start Graham Hardcastle Photo c Simon Pendrigh Tickets for our NatWest T20 Blast Quarter Final are on sale at the Ticket Office by phone from 08 444 999 666 and online click here for our online Ticket store Lancashire Lightning Emirates Old Trafford Manchester Sat 26 Jul 2014 14 00 English Domestic Royal London One Day Cup 2014 V Yorkshire win by 47 runs Yorkshire Vikings Lancashire innings Batsman How Out Runs Balls 4 s 6 s SR Usman Khawaja Caught Adam Lyth Bowled Tim Bresnan 22 26 3 0 84 62 Alex Davies Caught Tim Bresnan Bowled Steven Patterson 20 46 3 0 43 48 Ashwell Prince Caught Tim Bresnan Bowled Adam Lyth 10 8 1 0 125 00

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  • Lancashire VS Hampshire - 27 Jul 2014 - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    another 30 He moved to a career best just moments before departing to White caught at cover as the score slipped to 236 3 in the 33rd over White had earlier got Jimmy Adams caught at short by mid wicket before returning late on to get Adam Wheater caught behind The latter was one of five wickets to fall in the last six overs of the innings as Hampshire only added 40 runs in that period Unfortunately they had already amassed too many runs for the Lightning Openers Usman Khawaja and Ashwell Prince fell inside the first eight overs of the chase to Chris Wood bowled and caught off a top edged pull respectively and Lancashire were 40 2 Brown 35 and Steven Croft followed to Maxwell catches at point the second a screamer off James Tomlinson s left arm seamers as Lancashire slipped to 71 4 after 13 Horton and Jordan Clark 22 shared 64 in eleven overs for the fifth wicket but the latter was bowled by Liam Dawson s left arm spin with 135 on the board at the end of the 24th over Horton brought up a 47 ball fifty in the 26th over bowled by Dawson but he was bowled three balls later And when Danny Briggs had White caught at long on the ball after being hit for six in the same region Lancashire were 173 7 in the 31st Parry fell to a third Maxwell catch at point in the 33rd over Matt Coles the bowler although a breezy 40 off 35 from Alex Davies helped them beyond 200 He was caught at mid on off Coles at the end of the 35th Briggs then had Ali caught at backward point in the 38th to end the match Graham Hardcastle Photo c Simon Pendrigh Lancashire Lightning Emirates Old Trafford Manchester Sun 27 Jul 2014 14 00 English Domestic Royal London One Day Cup 2014 V Hampshire win by 148 runs Hampshire Lancashire innings Batsman How Out Runs Balls 4 s 6 s SR Usman Khawaja Bowled Chris Wood 5 10 1 0 50 00 Ashwell Prince Caught Liam Dawson Bowled Chris Wood 14 16 3 0 87 50 Karl Brown Caught Glenn Maxwell Bowled James Tomlinson 35 30 7 0 116 67 Paul Horton Bowled Liam Dawson 57 50 8 0 114 00 Steven Croft Caught Glenn Maxwell Bowled James Tomlinson 4 7 0 0 57 14 Jordan Clark Bowled Liam Dawson 22 37 2 1 59 46 Alex Davies Caught James Vince Bowled Matt Coles 40 35 6 0 114 29 Wayne White Caught James Vince Bowled Danny Briggs 13 17 0 1 76 47 Stephen Parry Caught Glenn Maxwell Bowled Matt Coles 1 3 0 0 33 33 Kabir Ali Caught James Vince Bowled Danny Briggs 4 10 0 0 40 00 Kyle Jarvis Not Out 6 10 1 0 60 00 Extras 0b 5lb 2nb 4w 0p 11 Totals 212 for 10 37 2 overs RR 5 7 Bowler O

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  • Essex VS Lancashire - 05 Aug 2014 - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    Unfortunately however Westley made Jarvis pay for overstepping the score would have been 10 2 and shared stands of 66 for the second wicket with Greg Smith 53 for the third with Kishen Velani and 48 for the fourth with Ryder When Lilley had Smith caught behind Essex were 68 2 after 12 Clark then had Velani trapped lbw before Lilley removed Westley well caught at deep mid wicket on the sweep by a diving Croft That left Essex at 169 4 in the 30th Ryder and captain ten Doeschate however ensured there were no further alarms with an unbroken stand of 80 in nine overs for the fifth wicket Graham Hardcastle Photo c Simon Pendrigh Essex Eagles The Essex County Ground Chelmsford Tue 05 Aug 2014 10 30 English Domestic Royal London One Day Cup 2014 V Essex win by 6 wickets Lancashire Lightning G len Chapple believes a Lancashire victory over Essex Eagles at Chelmsford tomorrow can be the springboard for the Lightning to get themselves back into contention for the Royal London one day Cup title Chapple has seen his side make a slow start to their Group A campaign losing back to back home games against Yorkshire and Hampshire last weekend conceding more than 320 in both matches But the Lightning courtesy of their exploits in the T20 Blast remain in confident mood when it comes to white ball cricket We suffered two defeats at the weekend They were difficult games and we lost the toss both times We know we can play good one day cricket but we do have to start winning Essex is a big game said Chapple We ll look to have a good game at Chelmsford and if we can beat a really strong Essex team then we ll be in a good position Lancashire have a good recent record against Essex in one day cricket They beat them at Old Trafford in the quarter final of the Friends Provident Trophy in 2009 the last season of 50 over cricket prior to the switch to 40 overs South African Faf du Plessis scored a blistering hundred They have also won the last two 40 over meetings between the two teams at Chelmsford in 2012 and last season the latter coming just a couple of days after Lancashire famously bowled Essex out for 20 in the Championship Essex did however beat Lancashire at Emirates Old Trafford last August to kill any chances Chapple and company had of reaching the YB40 semi finals Paul Horton leads a 13 man squad for this game with Tom Smith and Stephen Parry away on England Lions duty and Jos Buttler with the England team playing at Emirates Old Trafford Kabir Ali is out with a shoulder injury Squad Paul Horton capt Tom Bailey Karl Brown Jordan Clark Steven Croft Alex Davies wkt Kyle Jarvis Simon Kerrigan Arron Lilley Ashwell Prince Luke Procter Usman Khawaja Wayne White Of the recent victories over the Eagles Chapple said We

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