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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices Cricket News 25th August 2015 Chappell stars as Harborough beat leaders Top two Kibworth and Lutterworth meet this weekend with the Leicestershire and Rutland League title race having been blown wide open Lutterworth started the day in pole position but lost by seven wickets to Market Harborough while Kibworth landed a five wicket success at Loughborough Town to move within two points of their rivals Leicestershire s Zak Chappell played a key role for Harborough as he and Northants batsman Kyle Coetzer posted half centuries to see their side beyond the home team s 190 8 Loughborough scored 205 9 and Kibworth chased down the runs as Sunny Patel and Raja Hayat made fifties The game between Barrow and Syston saw Dan Redfern come up against Alex Wyatt and both made useful contributions in an exciting game Redfern scored 39 while Wyatt claimed 3 20 as Barrow were 185 all out Syston were on the brink but last pair of Zahir Taher and Jamel Bathia saw out twelve overs to ensure their side were at 155 9 when the game came to an end Redfern bowled five overs at a cost of just five runs Niall Lafferty and Imran Khan shared eight wickets as Leicester Ivanhoe bowled out Kegworth for 120 and a number of contributions led Ivanhoe to a four wicket win that all but secured survival Sam Evans 24 and Eben Kurtz 19 openers with Leicestershire connections set Ivanhoe on the way Sileby Town made the highest score of the day Dave Torr and Brady Glennon both making centuries in a total of 310 3 There was a spirited reply from Thorpe Arnold but the visitors were eventually dismissed for 171 despite scores from Luke Clark 42 and Sam Woods

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    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 25th August 2015 October Half term fun Leicestershire County Cricket Club players will be making appearances as part of the coaching camps that run during the October half term holidays There are three day camps for under 11s soft and hard ball as well as under 13 hard ball sessions from Monday October 19 to Wednesday October 21 and two day camps for under 17s on Thursday October 22 and Friday October 23 We are also offering pro specialist clinics on Thursday October 22 11 to 17 years in batting wicket keeping and bowling With a maximum of 16 in the group these clinics will be led by ex professional current players who will be supported by experienced coaches These cost 25 per session and details of all half term camps are available HERE All clinics are led by ECB qualified coaches to a minimum of level two who have up to date

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    XI Averages 2015 First XI Scorecards 2015 Second XI Averages 2015 About Club How to find us Contact Us Office Hours 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 25th August 2015 Second XI now at Northampton Please note that there has been a change of venue for tomorrow s three day second XI Friendly at Northamptonshire The team will now be playing at Northamptonshire s home ground of Wantage Road and not Desborough Town as was previously stated on the fixture list We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause OTHER NEWS McDonald Leicester is buzzing Start times announced Handful of places for February Professional Specialist Sessions Vacancy Membership Ticket Sales Manager OUR SPONSORS Official Club Partner Official Ground Naming Rights Partner Site

    Original URL path: http://www.leicestershireccc.co.uk/news/2015/august/second-xi-now-at-northampton.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    Chaminda Vaas Sri Lanka are now captained by Angelo Mathews pictured and they are currently playing in an entertaining test series against India Interest in next summer s international programme has been heightened by England s recent Ashes triumph and the home side will have an early sight of one half of next summer s opposition when they take on Pakistan in the UAE this autumn Pakistan will be touring this country for the first time since 2010 and will contest four Investec Test Matches five Royal London One Day Internationals and a NatWest International T20 in the second half of the summer The international season will start with England seeking to avenge last year s 1 0 Investec Test series defeat and 3 2 Royal London ODI series defeat against the Sri Lankans who are currently the world s number one ranked side in T20 international cricket ECB Chief Executive Officer Tom Harrison said Alastair Cook was absolutely right to acknowledge the contribution of England s fans to our Ashes success They have been unwavering in their support this summer and we would urge as many as possible to return to our international venues next summer and get behind our men s and women s teams in large numbers once again Both Pakistan and Sri Lanka will also attract strong support from their own communities in this country which all adds up to another exciting summer of international action played in front of packed houses for all three formats of the game The first part of the international season will have a strong northern flavour with Headingley and Emirates Durham ICG both hosting Investec Test Matches against Sri Lanka before the three match series concludes at Lord s Trent Bridge Edgbaston Bristol The Kia Oval and the SSE SWALEC Cardiff will then all stage Royal London ODIs against Sri Lanka before a NatWest International T20 double header which will also feature England women taking on Pakistan women rounds off the tour at The Ageas Bowl Lord s will host the opening clash in England s four match Investec Test series against Pakistan with Emirates Old Trafford Edgbaston and The Kia Oval all set to host Investec Test Matches against the tourists Pakistan s tour will then conclude with The Ageas Bowl Lord s Trent Bridge Headingley and SSE SWALEC Cardiff staging Royal London One Day Internationals and Emirates Old Trafford staging the final international action of the summer a NatWest International T20 2016 Tour Dates Sri Lanka Sun 8 Tue 10 May 3 day v Essex Chelmsford Fri 13 Sun 15 May 3 day v Leicestershire Grace Road Thu 19 Mon 23 May 1st Investec Test Headingley Fri 27 Tues 31 May 2nd Investec Test Emirates Durham ICG Thu 9 Mon 13 June 3rd Investec Test Lord s Thu 16 June 1st ODI v Ireland Venue tbc Sat 18 June 2nd ODI v Ireland Venue tbc Tue 21 June 1st Royal London ODI D N Trent Bridge Fri 24

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    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 24th August 2015 New parasols at Grace Road Members at Leicestershire County Cricket Club are now able to enjoy shelter from all kinds of weather thanks to our new parasols The retractable canopies were installed by Breezefree Ltd and are a welcome addition to the landscape at Grace Road They have been added as part of ground development this season along with new seating and a new look for the Meet Leicestershire and Rutland Cricket Chief Executive Wasim Khan MBE said We think it is important that there is some cover from the elements for the Members and Breezefree have done a tremendous job with the new parasols We feel that it is important to keep developing our facilities at Grace Road for Members and we have already received lots of nice comments about the parasols The look and feel of the parasols is in line with cricket grounds up and down the country and guttering will be added in the coming months John Woodward of Breezefree Ltd said We were asked to supply and install parasols that had to be 600mm taller than usual due to the sight lines required for television cameras as well as installing a custom made ground plate to fix to the terrace The tensile look was chosen as this is in keeping with the modern trend for tensile structures found at cricket pavilions up and down

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    county circuit this season and it will be great to see them at Grace Road Our members and supporters are relishing the opportunity to come to this match We have decided to make entry completely free of charge for all visitors so please come down to support the young players in what should be a great exhibition of cricket The England side boasts some exciting talent including Dan Lawrence who broke into the Essex side at the start of the season Lawrence pictured made a fine hundred at Surrey in the LV County Championship and also scored a century in the latest England under 19s fixture Durham duo Adam Hickey and Jack Burnham are also in the squad while Hampshire spin twins Brad Taylor and Mason Crane could be reunited Crane a leg spinner from Shoreham in Sussex has made rapid strides with Hampshire this summer and England s coach Andy Hurry was happy to leave him playing regular county cricket even though it meant him missing the four day match against Australia in Durham as well as the first three 50 over games But Hampshire are not involved in the latest round of matches in the LV County Championship that start on Friday so Hurry has agreed with their director of cricket Giles White that Crane can link up with the England squad after the Royal London One Day Cup match against Notts Outlaws at Trent Bridge today All the decisions we make about every player are based on what is best for their individual development said Hurry It s been pleasing to see Mason making such an impression with Hampshire this summer as well as other players who have recently been on the England Development Programme or in our Under 19 or Under 17 teams such as Matt Fisher at Yorkshire Sam Curran at Surrey and Ed Barnard and Joe Clarke at Worcestershire I ve been in regular contact with Giles White at Hampshire and it s great that Mason will now be able to have the experience of playing against Australia in these last two games It s been an excellent series so far and at 1 1 with two to play it s set up perfectly for a good finish Taylor praised the fact that Sky televised the day night game at Derby on Monday just as they had done last season The young tweaker took 3 26 against South Africa in 2014 and again impressed in front of the cameras in claiming 3 50 from his allocation I ve always enjoyed playing under lights and the TV coverage adds something extra as well said Taylor I made my Hampshire debut in a televised match against Lancashire at Old Trafford a couple of years ago and took a couple of wickets It s great that Sky showed one of the games again it was definitely an extra incentive for all the boys Four members of the England team who played in last year s televised match

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    and Rutland Premier League title race at the weekend While Lutterworth landed a full 30 point victory against Thorpe Arnold Kibworth had to settle for a losing draw as Leicester Ivanhoe put in a terrific performance Craig Wilson 60 and Matt Pickering 49 were the leading scorers as Lutterworth put 249 8 on the board and Thorpe were bowled out for 71 as Adam Burton and Nathan Welham each picked up four wickets In the game of the day Academy player Sam Evans 78 and Eben Kurtz 41 who has played well for Leicestershire Second XI this summer shared 135 for the first wicket to get Ivanhoe off to a good start Steve Punchard then scored 75 not out as Ivanhoe closed on 296 5 Matt Craven and Pite van Biljoen both scored centuries as part of a terrific second wicket partnership of 178 and Kibworth were 229 1 with eleven overs to go But Ivanhoe led by Niall Lafferty s 4 36 pegged the visitors back to 292 7 Kibworth took 13 points from the thrilling game and are now 23 points behind Lutterworth but the two teams still have to meet for a second time this season Sileby are now clear in third following a maximum point haul against a Barrow Town side who have also been among the pacesetters this term There were a number of contributions in a score of 212 all out including Liam Kinch 49 and Jigar Naik 22 Naik then took 3 13 from a probing spell and Academy bowler Joe Clarke claimed 2 32 as Barrow were dismissed for 95 The day s highest scorers were Rothley who scored 309 6 against Kegworth Irfan Karim 80 Richard Williams 60 Sam Ward 57 and Adam Hackett 38 were all in the runs Several

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    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 14th August 2015 Club statement 14 08 2015 The Chairman Paul Haywood Head Coach Andrew McDonald and I were asked to attend an ECB disciplinary hearing at Lord s this morning Friday August 14 The hearing related to five incidents reported by umpires over the last 12 months that were deemed to show a level of dissent to the umpires or opposition players It is with huge disappointment that the ECB Disciplinary Panel Committee has today decided to dock Leicestershire CCC 16 Championship points this season We believe that the sanction imposed is severe As you are aware Andrew and I have worked hard and continue to do so to improve the expected standards and levels of discipline expected of Leicestershire cricketers It is unfortunate that two of the highest level indiscretions happened last year that we had no control over and we believe that the latest low level incident reported was particularly harsh Unfortunately there is no platform for us as a club to appeal any of the reported incidents We have already put in place procedures relating to player education and will be talking to the Professional Cricketers Association as to what further programmes we can put into place The players have a duty to behave on the field as well as off the field in a manner that the club expects and so this is simply not acceptable to us Further discussions with regards to future behaviour and the repercussions will be outlined to players within the next 24 hours The conclusion to today s hearing is bitterly disappointing to us considering the superb win earlier this week against

    Original URL path: http://www.leicestershireccc.co.uk/news/2015/august/club-statement-14-08-2015.html (2016-02-12)
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