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  • Buttler Makes Test Debut
    LCCC 22 07 2014 L ancashire s Jos Buttler and James Anderson have been named in the 13 man England squad for the 3rd Investec Test against India commencing Sunday 27 July at The Ageas Bowl Southampton Jos Buttler is the only player in the squad uncapped at Test level The 23 year old wicketkeeper batsman has played 33 ODIs and 36 T20s for England in his three year international career India currently leads the five match series 1 0 after a 95 run victory at Lord s and a draw at Trent Bridge National Selector James Whitaker said Congratulations to Jos Buttler who comes into the squad following some very exciting limited overs performances for England and a good record with Lancashire this season and fully deserves this opportunity England squad Alastair Cook Essex Capt Moeen Ali Worcestershire James Anderson Lancashire Gary Ballance Yorkshire Ian Bell Warwickshire Stuart Broad Nottinghamshire Jos Buttler Lancashire Chris Jordan Sussex Liam Plunkett Yorkshire Sam Robson Middlesex Joe Root Yorkshire Ben Stokes Durham Chris Woakes Warwickshire You can be at Emirates Old Trafford for the 4th Investec Test Match on Thursday 7th Monday 11th August Ticket prices start from just 30 for adults and

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/buttler-makes-test-debut/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Challenging role delights Chapple
    juggling playing captaining and looking after first team affairs during the most recent summer although it unfortunately ended in relegation The 40 year old s name was in the frame for the top job at Emirates Old Trafford but he is now delighted with the role he has been given The transition from playing to coaching for most people is never easy To even be in with a chance of taking the head coach s role is quite lucky I ve had a brilliant learning curve this season and dealt with quite a lot of challenges he said The position I ve been offered here I see as a very challenging one for me and probably just the right thing for me at this stage The option of carrying on playing means I don t just have to say that s it As it stands I m very happy The option of playing is certainly open It sits pretty well because bodily this season I ve been really good and I still enjoy playing But there s definitely a part of me that s moved towards wanting to be more involved in the coaching aspect of the game Where we stand at the moment we d like to make my playing career obsolete as soon as we can If I m needed to play I still enjoy playing I d like to place the emphasis on the winter on coaching rather than playing What Chapple means when he says we d like to make my playing career obsolete is that if he can t get in the team that must mean others have stepped up to fill the void Chapple is now relishing the prospect of linking up with an old mate and adversary in Giles The pair have toured

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  • Prince and Croft create history on record breaking day
    few minutes at Emirates Old Trafford Croft and Prince s partnership was Lancashire s highest in first class matches against Northamptonshire and the biggest ever fourth wicket stand at the ground It was also the county s third highest stand at Manchester and Lancashire s biggest partnership for any wicket since 2003 When Croft was out the pair were only 26 runs short of the county s all time fourth wicket record held by Graham Lloyd who is officiating in this match and Steve Titchard Moreover they were also a mere 39 runs shy of the county s record for any wicket which is still held by Frank Watson and Ernest Tyldesley who put on 371 at The Oval 76 summers ago In the county s 150th anniversary year it was nice to recall such landmarks and indeed 1928 another year in which Lancashire won the title All the same the merciless slaughter of the visitors bowling in the afternoon and evening sessions was far removed from the first hour of play when the Northants attack had made good use of early moisture in the Emirates Old Trafford wicket and made three breakthroughs Alex Davies was lbw when barely half forward to Lancashire old boy Steven Crook for 14 in the 12th over of the innings and Usman Khawaja followed him to the pavilion six balls later when Azhar Ullah brought one back off the seam to trap the Australian in front of his stumps for only a single The visitors success continued in the next over when Paul Horton edged a lifting delivery from Crook to wicketkeeper Ben Duckett and few in the crowd can have guessed then that they were about to witness the making of two centuries and the rewriting of the record books However as the wicket eased and the new ball lost most of its hardness Croft and Prince settled into their task with ominous ease although Croft was dropped by wicketkeeper Ben Duckett off Azhar Ullah when only 34 The pair added 172 runs in only 35 overs in the afternoon session with Croft reaching three figures for the second time in four innings with a pulled four off spinner James Middlebrook and Prince following his partner four overs later with a clip to mid wicket for two off the same bowler Having hit 15 fours and two sixes Croft eventually fell when his tired prod at a ball from Andrew Hall only edged the ball to Middlebrook at slip Like Croft Prince returned to a standing ovation but the South African is still there to torment Northamptonshire on the second morning Prince has so far hit 17 fours and three sixes and faced 234 balls in his 332 minute innings Crook ended the toughest of days as the most successful of the Northants bowlers with two for 63 It is nice to get a few records but getting us in a strong position in the game is more pleasing said Croft It wasn

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  • Davies leads batting effort - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    four wickets for 34 either side of the lunch break including Ashwell Prince Davies and Jos Buttler for a duck and those all fell for the addition of six runs as the score slipped from 120 2 Experienced New Zealand off spinner Jeetan Patel extracted significant day one turn on the way to figures of 3 52 from 28 overs after Chapple had won his first toss in six Championship matches I think we are a little bit under what we would have hoped at the beginning of the day said Davies who hit nine fours We got off to quite a good start and then lost a flurry of wickets like we have done in the past few games But Tommy and Crofty put in a decent partnership in the middle session until we lost Crofty I think now it s about trying to bat on as long as we can and getting some batting points The timing of them three quick wickets wasn t great You try not to lose wickets in clumps but we ve done that today For now it s a re building stage Hopefully we can push on to a decent score tomorrow You don t expect much turn on day one but Patel was a massive threat It s a good wicket but slow I think it will get slower and turn more as the game goes on They realised it was a slow wicket so they set their field and bowled really straight to us Paul Horton was the first wicket to go this morning when he was caught behind off Chris Wright to leave the score at 14 1 after 6 5 overs the ball after being dropped by wicketkeeper Tim Ambrose Agathangelou played confidently before falling in the penultimate over

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  • Smith and Davies lead fightback - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    the new ball and you have to work hard for your runs and play straight Despite Smith and Davies fine partnership it was a difficult Bank Holiday Monday for most of Lancashire s batsmen Faced by accurate Sussex bowlers among whom Steve Magoffin 17 8 31 3 was outstanding Glen Chapple s top order found run scoring a tough proposition and when the home side collapsed to 80 6 in mid afternoon it seemed that even avoiding the follow on total of 148 represented a tough proposition Tormentor in chief had been Steve Magoffin who had Paul Horton caught by Michael Yardy at slip for two before trapping Luis Reece lbw for 16 and having Karl Brown caught behind by Ben Brown for 10 Those three strikes either side of lunch left Lancashire on 38 3 and the Old Trafford side s woes increased when Ashwell Prince inside edged James Anyon to Brown Steven Croft was bowled by Anyon for a fourth ball duck on his return to the first team and Luke Procter was lbw for a well made 26 to left arm spinner Ashar Zaidi when he went back instead of forward That however represented Lancashire s low point of the day and Smith was a relatively contented man as he reflected on his and Davies efforts My own cricket is pretty simple he said I look to bowl at the top of off stump and bat to my strengths There are a lot of sides being bowled out for around 160 with the new ball on these early season wickets Alex is going to get a lot of chances with Jos being away on international duty and today he batted to his game plan There were times when he was telling me what to do but that

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  • Lancs trio in England Development Squad
    overseen by ECB s new Head of the England Development Programme Andy Hurry Included are Lancashire batsman Haseeb Hameed pictured above and off spinner Brad Taylor Hampshire two of four players who starred in England Under 19s Royal London One Day International series whitewash against South Africa Under 19s this summer The majority 12 of the 18 players selected featured in the EDP Under 17 team that played against Pakistan Under 17s in August this year The 2014 2015 EDP squad will now take part in a series of short training camps at the National Cricket Performance Centre NCPC in Loughborough before embarking on an overseas development camp to the subcontinent in December and touring in Australia in March April ahead of the start of the English season England Development Programme Chairman of Selectors David Graveney said The composition of the 2014 2015 EDP squad represents a change in direction for the England Development Programme with the Under 19 and Under 17 age groups fully combined for the first time This move has created one smaller squad of players for Andy Hurry and the rest of the coaching staff at the NCPC to work with more closely and simultaneously gives the county academies greater ownership in developing their young players moving forwards We believe that we have selected an outstanding 18 man EDP squad and I am especially excited by the wealth of young talent currently coming through the development pathway This group of players will now get the opportunity to take part in a training camp on the subcontinent before Christmas followed by a challenging tour to Australia in March April next year providing two fantastic learning experiences of playing in contrasting conditions and environments England Development Programme 2014 2015 squad Mason Crane Hampshire Sam Curran Surrey Ryan Davies

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  • Trio Turn Professional
    who hails from Bolton is an exciting batsman who in the last third of the 2014 season began an outstanding run of form for Lancashire s Second XI and England under 19s His scores and contribution in winning cricket matches added weight to the argument that at only 17 years old he is the outstanding batsman at under 19 level in the country Successive scores of two 97s and a century for England u19s in defeating South Africa u19s in the first three ODIs of last summer being standout performances Parkinson also from Bolton is a right arm leg spinner who has been an ever present in Lancashire s representative sides from an early age His development and potential was recognised last season when he was given the opportunity to shine on an England Age Group stage Once selected he took six wickets on debut against South Africa under 19s and followed this days later with another six wicket haul against Pakistan under 17s which included a hat trick This followed a match winning performance with the Lancashire Second XI where he took 6 for 28 against Glamorgan Rochdale resident Saqib Mahmood was selected to join Lancashire s Academy two years ago and his progress as a quick bowler has been significant during this time After one season he was elevated onto the England Development Programme and has developed a greater understanding of his game He bowls with really good pace and has a natural shape away from the right handed bat He has played in Lancashire s Second Team and has opened the bowling for England under 17s and u19s making his International debut against South Africa under 19s in 2014 Cricket Director and Head Coach Ashley Giles said Internal development will be key to our medium and long

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  • Kerrigan included in England squad
    squad Kerrigan has one Test cap to his name after playing in the 5th Ashes Test at the Oval last year England squad Alastair Cook Essex Capt Moeen Ali Worcestershire James Anderson Lancashire Gary Ballance Yorkshire Ian Bell Warwickshire Stuart Broad Nottinghamshire Chris Jordan Sussex Simon Kerrigan Lancashire Liam Plunkett Yorkshire Matt Prior Sussex Sam Robson Middlesex Joe Root Yorkshire Ben Stokes Durham Chris Woakes Warwickshire Tickets for the 4th

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