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  • Giles on Buttler's decision to enter IPL auction - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    on Twitter Find us on Facebook Giles on Buttler s decision to enter IPL auction By LCCC Staff 4 02 2016 L ancashire County Cricket Club Head Coach and Cricket Director Ashley Giles has spoken to Lancs TV after Jos Buttler s decision to enter the Indian Premier League IPL auction which takes place on Saturday Watch what Giles has said in the video below Back to news Our Sponsors

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/giles-buttlers-decision-enter-ipl-auction/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Buttler continues to shock England team-mates - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    Staff 4 02 2016 L ancashire s wicket keeper Jos Buttler s latest dose of heavy hitting was still enough to shock his team mates as England made a record breaking start to the one day international series against South Africa Buttler plundered his fourth ODI century from 73 balls as England racked up 399 for nine their highest total on foreign soil en route to a 39 run Duckworth Lewis win on Wednesday It was another stunning show from Buttler who could already boast the three fastest ODI centuries by an England batsman The most recent of those came against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates last year when captain Eoin Morgan also promoted Buttler to four and watched him peel off a 46 ball ton If Buttler s team mates have seen it all before they were still left in awe by an innings that was the slowest of his four ODI tons yet still a blitz by anyone else s standards The reaction was half the guys couldn t believe it Morgan told ecb co uk We watch it in the nets all the time and we saw it in the UAE and we ve seen glimpses

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/butter-continues-shock-england-team-mates/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Emirates Old Trafford hosts All Out Cricket Forum - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    county and club arenas Lancashire s Cricket Director and Head Coach Ashley Giles will be joined by former Red Rose player and coach and Sky Sports pundit David Lloyd Worcestershire s Jack Shantry Andy Wilson from the ECB Martyn Smith a long time club cricketer Nicky Bowes Chair of Surrey Women s Cricket Association Phil Walker All Out Cricket editor Jo Harman AOC s deputy editor and Scott Oliver a club cricket and county cricket writer The discussions which will take place in the AJ Bell Players Media Centre at Emirates Old Trafford will be based on extensive consumer research conducted on all three areas through the All Out Cricket channels in which cricket fans players and officials had their say on a variety of topics Subjects to be tackled amongst others include Club cricket its structure lapsed player issues should the paying of players be allowed in league cricket International cricket are day night Test matches the future What more can be done to expand the game globally What are the biggest threats to Test cricket and how can they be countered County cricket should English T20 adopt a franchise model Are there too many fixtures in the county

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/emirates-old-trafford-hosts-cricket-forum/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Buttler relishing South Africa ODI series - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    t modify their free spirited approach I really enjoy this format of the game as well as the T20s so I m really excited about what s going to be a really good series We ve had some great challenges as a side recently with New Zealand Australia and Pakistan away so this will probably be the biggest challenge of them all a really good side in their own back yard We ll play as we have done all the way through free spirited and take it head on and try and push the boundaries of everything we can do Buttler has been in South Africa since before Christmas but was an unused member of the Test squad as Jonny Bairstow impressed in the wicketkeeper batsman role However the Lancashire keeper is a pivotal cog in England s one day machine having hit the three fastest ODI centuries in his country s history Asked how the change of format has altered the approach during training Buttler added Obviously there are some different faces some better footballers It s been good fun it s great to get everyone back together The nets are a bit different there are a few more balls flying all over the place The training is obviously very similar the intensity has been really high today with a lot of guys excited to get going and ready for the match tomorrow The guys who have been playing in the Tests I think they re ready for a change of format and looking forward to the white ball and obviously the guys who have come from the Big Bash and training in England they re delighted to be here and looking forward to what s going to be a fantastic series On how he was feeling after a

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/buttler-relishing-south-africa-odi-series/ (2016-02-10)
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  • 150 Years of Lancashire Cricket - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    Club told in both words and pictures begins with the origins of the club in mid Victorian Manchester in 1864 and takes the story right up to promotion back to the First Division of the LV County Championship at the end of the 2013 season 150 of the club s greatest players and personalities are profiled and one will marvel at the legendary characters who have plied their trade at Emirates Old Trafford and at the dramatic events which have made the club one of the most revered in the world of cricket From the great rivalries of the early years of the County Championship through the grandeur of the Golden Age of Cricket and the Championship triumphs of the inter war years and on to the magnificent one day teams of the 1970s and 1990s this book will be a must have for all fans of Lancashire cricket Written compiled and edited by some of the finest cricket writers historians and statisticians in the county it will also be lavishly illustrated with over 500 photographs and images some of which have never been seen before and will also include contributions from some of the great names from the Red

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/150-years-lancashire-cricket/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Lancashire County Cricket Club Origins
    for they met at dawn to play cricket This was Salford 100 years before L S Lowry painted the Mill chimneys and factory streets Meanwhile 30 miles to the west in Liverpool young men wipe the sleep from their eyes as they assemble in the cow shed on Mosslake Fields to play a game of cricket for the Original and Unrivalled Mosslake Fields Cricket Society This was the grass roots of cricket in Lancashire enthusiastic young men determined to play the game even if it meant getting up at the crack of dawn and playing a couple of hours cricket before work In 1864 the leading members of the Manchester Cricket Club who had moved to Old Trafford in 1857 organised a meeting at the Queen s Hotel for the purpose of forming a County club Thirteen clubs were represented and on the 12th January 1864 Lancashire County Cricket Club was born The idea of playing matches in different parts of the county was adopted By this means it is hoped to introduce other good cricket into every part of Lancashire Sam Swire who was later to become the first Lancashire CCC Secretary did not approve of this action as

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/history/history-lccc/origins/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Environmental Policy - Lancashire County Cricket Club
    the environment from its activities and will in particular Comply with all applicable environmental legislation and other specific requirements to which the company subscribes Prevent pollution of land air and water from the company s premises and its activities Identify and manage key risks and ensure that arrangements are in place to respond to foreseeable environmental incidents and emergencies Review the actual and potential environmental impacts of all the company s activities including those affecting the local community Minimise energy consumption by improving energy efficiency in line with business needs and implementing the use of renewable energy sources wherever possible Promote waste minimisation re use and recycling of waste and monitoring waste transfer arrangements to ensure safe disposal Develop environment friendly travel plans which address commuting and business travel aiming to contribute to a reduction in traffic congestion and pollution Encourage suppliers of goods and services to adopt best environmental practices and procure goods from sustainable sources wherever possible Demonstrate our responsibility as a good neighbour by actively supporting environmental initiatives in the local community Strive for continuous progressive improvement in environmental performance through the setting of specific objectives and targets and the development of key performance indicators Promote a

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/environmental-policy/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Greater Manchester Marathon moves to Emirates Old Trafford - Emirates Old Trafford
    will be located outside Emirates Old Trafford which provides great facilities for runners and supporters and just ten minutes from Manchester city centre features fantastic transport links The new venue will also allow the finish line to double in width to 8 metres The start of the ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon remains close to the Trafford Arch on the A56 which is just a short walk away from the race village Race Director Simon Hill commented I am delighted to announce the move of the ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon from Manchester United Football Club to Emirates Old Trafford This move has been part of our long term plans for the development and growth of the race and due to changes in the football security environment put in place we have brought the plans forward to 2016 This is a positive move for the Marathon as it joins the Manchester Half Marathon at this fantastic venue and we are looking forward to delivering a great event at the race s new home this April Lancashire County Cricket Club s CEO Daniel Gidney said Emirates Old Trafford is an iconic venue not only in Manchester but also internationally Naturally we are delighted to be the new home of the ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon and on behalf of Lancashire County Cricket Club I d like to wish all the participants every success with their training and fundraising efforts The ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon is the UK s flattest fastest and friendliest marathon and the British only prize fund attracts a top quality British elite field as well as many international runners It s also the perfect race for first time marathoners charity runners and those seeking a PB or qualifying time whilst being renowned for its huge crowd and community support and the

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/emirates-old-trafford/greater-manchester-marathon-moves-emirates-old-trafford/ (2016-02-10)
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