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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Cricket News 23rd July 2015 Burgess signs for Leicestershire Leicestershire County Cricket Club is pleased to announce the signing of batsman and wicket keeper Michael Burgess on a contract until the end of the season Burgess who was born in Surrey has a first class average of 42 00 and has been part of the successful Loughborough MCCU side The 21 year old posted totals of 43 and 34 for Loughborough MCCU in first class games against Nottinghamshire and Hampshire at the start of this season and then scored a terrific 116 against Kent That was not a first class match at Canterbury because only the first two university games of the season have that status but Burgess faced a first choice Kent attack including Matt Coles Mitchell Claydon Darren Stevens Ivan Thomas and Adam Riley Burgess has since scored half centuries in the recent Second XI Championship games against Warwickshire and MCC Universities and also made 64 not out in a T20 game against Unicorns Burgess will wear the squad number 20 at Leicestershire CCC

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    companies in the UK The 29 year old received his county cap in 2013 and was recently awarded a special cap for making his 100th first class appearance for the club The batsman retires having scored 7 085 runs for Leicestershire in all competitions including six centuries He said I d like to thank the club including the coaches support staff players and supporters for making my career in cricket so enjoyable Although it is not easy knowing I am not going to play again I m excited about the next chapter in my life and taking on a new challenge I ve been fortunate to plan and prepare for life after cricket and would like to thank the PCA in particular Charlie Mulraine and club sponsor Peter Wilcox for their support I ve been coming to Grace Road for 20 years and nothing would make me happier than seeing my current teammates do well in the future Finally I d like to thank my family and close friends for all of their help and support Boyce always put the team first and that was evident in the 2011 T20 Final at Edgbaston Boyce was not named in the side but made a vital contribution as a substitute fielder taking four catches in the deep off fellow Oakham School alumnus Josh Cobb as the team lifted the trophy Leicestershire and Rutland Cricket Chief Executive Wasim Khan MBE said Matthew has spent his entire career at Leicestershire County Cricket Club and we thank him for his immense contribution to the club Matthew scored a lot of runs for the club and was also an excellent role model for our younger players He was somebody who always played the situation and put the team first I know Matthew will enjoy success in

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    of Grace Road Members Forum Leicestershire Cricket Society Residents Meetings Commercial Elton John Matchday Hospitality 1879 Club Captain s Club Player Sponsorship Brand Exposure and Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Cricket News 22nd July 2015 Final T20 at Grace Road on Friday Leicestershire Foxes take on Nottinghamshire Outlaws in the final NatWest T20 Blast game of the campaign at Grace Road on Friday evening 5 30pm start The East Midlands derby rounds off what has been a fun summer of T20 action at the home of Leicestershire cricket with some close and exciting games being played along the way The first meeting of the Foxes and Outlaws was a cracker with Umar Akmal displaying his class in guiding the team home with 76 not out alongside Matthew Boyce at Trent Bridge Nottinghamshire can still qualify for the quarter finals but will need to win and improve their net run rate if Northamptonshire and Lancashire pick up another victory in the final three days of group fixtures The Foxes want to finish their campaign on a high and take momentum into Sunday s Royal London 50 Over One Day Cup match against Surrey at Grace Road The game could see a few familiar faces at Grace Road with James Taylor Harry Gurney and Greg Smith who recently completed a loan spell at Leicestershire all on Nottinghamshire s roster Stuart Broad played in the fixture at Trent Bridge but is a key part of England s 13 man squad that takes on Australia at Edgbaston next week Advance tickets for the game are available for the price of 16 adults and 3 for under 16s and can be brought online HERE

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    Ground Opening Times Vacancies Club Rules LCCC History History of LCCC Museum Honours Records Ground Developments Community Leicestershire and Rutland Cricket LYCET Mike Turner Indoor Cricket Centre Coaching Clinics Friends of Grace Road Members Forum Leicestershire Cricket Society Residents Meetings Commercial Elton John Matchday Hospitality 1879 Club Captain s Club Player Sponsorship Brand Exposure and Advertising Events Tickets Online Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Cricket News 22nd July 2015 Mike Turner MBE It was with deep sadness that we received the news that Mike Turner MBE who did so much for Leicestershire County Cricket Club had passed away The funeral service for Mike will be held at St Andrews Church in Aylestone on Tuesday August 4 th at 10 o clock in the morning St Andrews Church is on Old Church Street in Aylestone Leicester postcode LE2 8ND By request family flowers only Donations if desired may be made to the East Midlands Pacemaker Fund and forwarded to The Co operative Funeralcare 753 Aylestone Road Leicester LE2 8TG OTHER NEWS Residents Meeting March 1 McDonald Leicester is buzzing Start times announced Handful of

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Cricket News 22nd July 2015 RLODC trophy at Grace Road this Sunday The Royal London One Day Cup trophy will soon be stopping off in Leicester as part of a nationwide tour to celebrate the start of the summer s domestic one day competition The trophy will be visiting all 18 county cricket grounds in England and Wales before finishing at the home of cricket Lord s on August 12 th It will be at Grace Road for our first match against Surrey this Sunday and supporters will be able to have their photograph taken alongside it The 50 over competition sees all 18 sides battle it out for the chance to contest the final at Lord s on September 19 th and the tour will allow both players and fans to see the silverware on offer to the winners Durham are the current holders of the Royal London One Day Cup after they narrowly overcame Warwickshire by three wickets in a closely contested final last September and they visit Grace Road on Thursday August 6 Club Captain Mark Cosgrove said We are really looking forward to the launch of the Royal London One Day Cup as a club and it s fantastic that the trophy will be at Grace Road on Sunday afternoon And with the ICC Champions Trophy and the next cricket World Cup earmarked for England in 2017 and 2019 respectively the competition will once again provide the ideal platform for those players seeking to hone their skills in the 50 Over format and impress the England selectors Tickets for our Community Day on Sunday sponsored by the Meesha Group are available for just 10 in advance for adults while under 16s go free This offer

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    1989 and then became Chief Executive of the club until 1993 turning Leicestershire into a major force on the county circuit Leicestershire CCC Chairman Paul Haywood said Mike was instrumental in revitalising Leicestershire County Cricket Club with the signings of Tony Lock Ray Illingworth and Brian Davison as well as bringing the younger players through He brought a great deal of success to the club particularly in the 1970s Mike was a great innovator of the game and introduced one day cricket to this country through the Midlands Knockout Cup On behalf of myself the Board of Directors and the whole club I would like to pass on our deepest condolences to Mike s family Leicestershire and Rutland Cricket Chief Executive Wasim Khan MBE said Everybody at Leicestershire County Cricket Club is extremely sad to hear that Mike has passed away Mike was an inspirational man who will always be remembered for the brilliant work he did at Grace Road Mike s energy enthusiasm and passion for the club were there for all to see and he was a tremendous support to me when I started here We are all extremely sad to lose a man of his calibre and on behalf of the entire club I would like to pass on our thoughts and sympathies to Mike s family Turner was quick to recognise the importance of seeing success off the field as well as on it and was a pivotal figure in the purchase of the ground from Leicester City Council in 1965 for 24 000 He oversaw the redevelopment of Grace Road including a new pavilion in 1966 right through to the Indoor Cricket Centre in 1993 which the club was proud to name after him Leicestershire enjoyed some wonderful years under Turner s leadership including the memorable 1975 season where the team won the Championship for the first time as well as lifting the Benson Hedges Cup for the second time and beating the touring Australians Turner s astute signings were a key feature in the club s success including those of inspirational quartet Tony Lock Raymond Illingworth Ken Higgs and Graham McKenzie Illingworth skippered the side to Benson Hedges success in 1972 before being in charge of Leicestershire s most successful year three summers later He also led the team to two John Player League titles Turner built entertaining sides that featured a number of brilliant cricketers who played at the highest level such as Jonathan Agnew Peter Willey James Whitaker Nick Cook Phil DeFreitas Chris Lewis Andy Roberts Paul Nixon and the player he described as his best ever signing David Gower His legacy was seen after he left Grace Road in 1993 with the club winning two Championships in the space of three years in 1996 and 1998 under coach Jack Birkenshaw and captain James Whitaker Turner was a visionary of the game and organised the Midlands Counties Knockout Cup in 1962 the first ever limited overs competition for first class counties After

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    Leicestershire man taking 2 43 from his 10 overs Matt Twigg top scored with 89 while Academy player Alex Kent 69 and Eben Kurtz 49 who has played well for the Second XI this season 49 also played well Lutterworth are masters of the close finish and they remain hot on Kibworth s heels after an impressive 30 point victory at Rothley Park The visitors scored 239 9 and then dismissed Rothley for 221 with just six balls to go of an absorbing contest Overseas player Akash Fotedar starred for Lutterworth with a four wicket haul Kibworth still top the table after an emphatic nine wicket win at Hinckley Town CCA Craig Crowe and Matt Parker scored half centuries as the hosts set Kibworth 207 and the visitors won by nine wickets as captain Matt Craven 82 and overseas player Pite van Biljoen 111 batted beautifully Atif Sheikh took the one Kibworth wicket to fall that of the in form Raja Hayat and finished with good figures of 1 34 from his eight overs Kegworth Town had a thrilling one wicket win against a Loughborough Town side who had recorded three successive maximum point hauls Rishi Patel s unbeaten 82 helped Loughborough post 254 9 but despite Tom Wells taking 2 18 Kegworth got home off the penultimate ball Syston Town beat Sileby Town in another exciting Premier League contest Half centuries from Umar Razzaq and captain Charlie Taylor helped Syston score 217 9 Sileby were 141 9 but number seven Neil Pullen smashed 72 with eleven fours and two sixes and with the support of Umar Afzal got them to within one scoring shot of victory But Pullen s heroic innings came to an end as Zahir Taher dismissed him leg before with the score on 213 so Syston

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    Booking 2016 Membership 2016 One Day T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Cricket News 19th July 2015 Ireland join Scotland in India Ireland followed in Scotland s footsteps by qualifying for the ICC World T20 in India next year in thrilling style The joint hosts started the day in third place on six points in Group A and Papua New Guinea and Namibia had seven so Ireland needed to beat Jersey in their final ICC World T20 qualifier and see their rivals lose That is exactly what happened with Ireland keeping their end of the bargain with a comfortable seven wicket win in the first match of the day at Malahide Alex Cusack and Paul Stirling took three wickets and John Mooney also claimed three wickets in style as he finished the Jersey innings with a hat trick Jersey set Ireland 123 to win a target they reached with 20 balls remaining Kevin O Brien bowled one over for nine and scored eight off five balls after coming in at number four Ireland then had to watch on and hope the other results went their way Their ideal scenario unfolded as Hong Kong landed an emphatic 83 run success against Namibia while the USA held their nerve to secure an impressive 18 run win against a PNG side who beat Ireland in the week Three teams ended a point behind Ireland and as Hong Kong had such a huge triumph they finished second and take on Afghanistan in the first qualifying play off Namibia will take on Netherlands in the second game The winners of those matches will join Scotland and Ireland in India PNG and Oman who finished in fourth place in each group await the losers of the

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