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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 11th August 2015 Coaching Camps at Oakham Cricket Club Leicestershire County Cricket Club is holding a fun filled and educational three day coaching camp at Oakham Cricket Club later this month The camp will cover all aspects of batting bowling fielding and wicket keeping as well as match play scenarios It is being held from Monday August 24 to Wednesday August 26 and is running from 9 30am to 3 30pm each day at Oakham Cricket Club Lime Kilns Brooke Road Oakham LE15 6HH The sessions are being led by level two and level three ECB qualified coaches and there will also be appearances from Leicestershire County Cricket Club players You will need to bring cricket kit if you have it kit will be available to borrow if not and a packed lunch and plenty to drink For more information or to book call 0116 283 2128 ext 467 or email coachingsecretary leicestershireccc co uk We re into the last few days of our summer holiday coaching clinics and Foxes 8s tournament

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    Match Ticket Prices Cricket News 11th August 2015 Lutterworth and Kibworth maintain pace Lutterworth and Kibworth maintained their respective title pushes in the Leicestershire and Rutland Premier League sponsored by Everards The leaders picked up an extra five points than rivals Kibworth by batting first as Matt Pickering shone in a 65 run victory Pickering top scored with 80 as Lutterworth posted 193 8 and Barrow Town were bowled out for 128 with the home seamers sharing the wickets Kibworth restricted Harborough to 205 8 in an innings where Zak Chappell made 20 for the visitors The home side then eased home by seven wickets with 18 overs to spare as Sundeep Patel 100 and Pite van Biljoen 71 put on 144 for the second wicket Sileby Town like Barrow slipped off the pace at the weekend as Craig Crowe led Hinckley Town CCA to a thrilling one wicket success Dave Torr top scored with 68 as Sileby scored 181 and opener Crowe scored 96 not out to lead his side to victory Jigar Naik scored 9 and took 2 39 for Sileby Loughborough and Rothley recorded 25 point victories at home to Leicester Ivanhoe and Thorpe Arnold Thorpe were bowled out for 154 as Rob McKinley and Nil Patel claiming four wicket hauls and their side completed a routine seven wicket victory Rothley bowled Ivanhoe out for 106 as Charlie Dagnall claimed 4 25 and Ali Azmat took 3 8 and the batsmen knocked off the target for the loss of five wickets Syston dominated from start to finish in their victory against Kegworth The home side scored 319 4 as Ram Ghuman scored 109 and Charles Hurley made 94 and Alex Wyatt and George Corbett shared six wickets as Kegworth were bowled out for 96 As well as

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    in Aylestone last Tuesday where his friends and family came together to celebrate his wonderful life Lots of Leicestershire players past and present attended the service including David Gower Jonathan Agnew James Whitaker Peter Willey Nigel Briers Les Taylor Paul Haywood Robin Matthews Paul Nixon Phil Whitticase and Russell Cobb Several of Mike s friends from the ECB also came to Leicester including David Collier Mike Gatting the Hon Tim Lamb Ian Lovett and Bruce Cruse Part of Mike s legacy was the amazing 1975 double winning season and several members of that squad returned to Grace Road for the third day of the Derbyshire game Barry Dudleston John Steele Peter Booth and David Humphries were among our guests as famous names of Leicestershire s cricketing history gathered in the Illingworth and Cottesmore suites The side not only enjoyed title success in the County Championship that season but also lifted the Benson and Hedges Cup and beat the touring Australians Leicestershire won 12 of their 20 matches to finish first in the 17 team system which was in place Yorkshire were our closest rivals back then but Leicestershire finished an impressive 16 points clear at the top During the victorious 1975 campaign four batsmen passed over 1 000 runs in the County Championship Brian Davison Dudleston Steele and the late Chris Balderstone The fierce bowling attack consisted of Ken Higgs 50 wickets Raymond Illingworth 48 wickets the late Norman McVicker 45 wickets Balderstone 41 wickets and Jack Birkenshaw 40 wickets A standout fixture from that year was against Nottinghamshire at Grace Road where batsmen Davison 184 and Balderstone 168 not out scored season bests to win by an innings and nine runs In the same year Leicestershire also completed winning the Benson and Hedges Cup due to a victory over

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    selected for the one day series Adam Hickey an off spinning all rounder who has been in prolific form for Durham s second team this summer and was set to make his first team debut in the NatWest T20 Blast last month only for the match to be abandoned is already with the squad He will be joined tonight by Jack Burnham who has been given permission to miss the practice session at South Northumberland after scoring a half century on his senior debut yesterday in Scarborough in Durham s second innings against a Yorkshire attack including Liam Plunkett and Adil Rashid England welcome a third teenager straight from LV County Championship action in Saif Zaib a left handed all rounder who made his debut in Northamptonshire s win against Kent in Canterbury Hugh Bernard a Kent seamer who played in the one day series between the teams in Australia earlier in the year returns to the squad alongside his county team mate Ryan Davies George Garton the left arm seamer from Sussex who made a positive impression in England s preparations for the Youth Test has also been drafted into the squad to replace Sam Curran who has become a first team regular for Surrey in recent weeks Mason Crane the Hampshire leg spinner who was also included in the 16 man squad England originally announced for the one day series is also unavailable for the first two matches of the series which moves south to Chesterfield on Friday after taking huge strides in recent weeks including a five wicket haul against Warwickshire at the weekend Crane is replaced in the squad by Matt Parkinson the Lancashire leg spinner who took nine wickets in the Youth Test Brad Taylor another Hampshire spinner who made his senior debut last summer has recovered from the finger injury that ruled him out of contention for the Youth Test England have a doubt over Saqib Mahmood the Lancashire seamer whose contribution in the four day match was limited after he suffered a calf strain on the first day We re assessing Saqib day by day said England s coach Andy Hurry But he has returned to bowling in practice so he is definitely in contention We know from what we experienced in Australia that this is going to be a hugely competitive series That makes it another fantastic opportunity for our boys to pit their skills against the best from Australia After Friday s second match in Chesterfield the third game of the series is a day night fixture at Derby which will be shown live on Sky Sports next Monday Game four is in Leicester before the series concludes on Saturday August 22 at Worcester where Graeme Hick Australia s coach should be assured of an especially warm welcome One interested spectator at tomorrow s game will be Marcus North the former Australia batsman who has settled in the North East and is playing for South Northumberland this summer In his column

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket 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 10th August 2015 Wayne White signs for Leicestershire Leicestershire CCC is delighted to confirm the signing of Wayne White from Derbyshire on a three year contract The all rounder will also be available for Leicestershire for the remainder of the 2015 season other than when the team plays Derbyshire in the LV County Championship White who took two consecutive six wicket hauls for Derbyshire in the LV CC this summer made his Leicestershire debut in 2009 and enjoyed four successful years with the club In the final game of his first spell at Grace Road against Gloucestershire in 2012 White hit the winning runs and was presented with his county cap upon leaving the field following a terrific season White has so far scored 2 139 first class runs at 28 90 for Leicestershire including a best of 101 at Derbyshire He also took 108 wickets at 35 21 including three five wicket hauls with a best of 5 54 The 29 year old claimed 36 wickets in List A cricket including a career best 6 29 against Nottinghamshire and also contributed 548 runs at 20 29 White was part of the Leicestershire Foxes T20 winning side of 2011 including taking the wicket of Kieron Pollard courtesy of a tremendous catch by Paul Nixon He snared 21 wickets in that format at 39 57 for the Foxes and also scored 340 runs Leicestershire CCC Head Coach Andrew McDonald said Wayne is a player I know very well after playing alongside him for two years at Leicestershire He will be an asset for us both with bat and

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    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 8th August 2015 Former Players Day The 40 th anniversary of Leicestershire County Cricket Club s most successful season is the theme of the annual Former Players Day tomorrow The team won the County Championship and Benson and Hedges Cup in 1975 and also beat the touring Australians while the Second XI won the under 25s competition As part of celebrations Leicestershire County Cricket Club is delighted to welcome our former players to Grace Road There will be players from different eras including Chairman Paul Haywood Board Director Robin Matthews Barry Dudleston John Steele Nigel Briers and Peter Willey We take great pride in our history at Leicestershire County Cricket Club and hope that our former players have an enjoyable day with us OTHER NEWS McDonald

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    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 6th August 2015 County name 13 for Derbyshire test Leicestershire face Derbyshire twice in the final five LV County Championship games of the season starting with tomorrow s fixture at Grace Road The team has been busy in Royal London One Day Cup action but there is a return to red ball cricket in the morning 11am start County have played some good cricket for long periods of Championship games but the team recognises the need to produce their best form over the whole four days as they look to move up the table Our seam bowlers have been in terrific form and Charlie Shreck needs just one wicket to hit the 50 mark in the competition Ben Raine has 46 wickets and Clint McKay has claimed 41 victims in just nine matches All three bowlers average under 30 are in the top ten wicket takers in the division and have an economy rate under 3 30 On the batting front Angus Robson who recently signed a new two year contract at Grace Road along with McKay is the club s leading scorer in first class cricket with 826 runs at 34 41 Mark Cosgrove 678 and Ned Eckersley 671 will also be confident of passing the 1 000 run mark over the course of the final five LV County Championship matches Leicestershire have named a 13 man squad for the visit of Derbyshire and there will be two enforced changes from the last fixture at Gloucestershire as Matthew Boyce retired from professional cricket and Greg Smith s loan spell has ended Niall O Brien and Rob Taylor are

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  • Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    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 4th August 2015 Naik in great form for Sileby There were six positive results at the weekend in the Leicestershire and Rutland Cricket League sponsored by Everards Lutterworth and Kibworth both recorded 25 point wins at Hinckley Town and Thorpe Arnold respectively to remain in the top two Aadil Ali took 2 15 and then hit 29 as Kibworth bowled out Thorpe for 134 before knocking off the runs for the loss of two wickets Seamer Darren Cader picked up four wickets for Lutterworth as Hinckley were dismissed for 178 before Alec Hill 60 not out and Matt Pickering 43 batted well to keep the team a point clear of Kibworth at the top Jigar Naik shone as Sileby landed a 65 run against Kegworth to stay in the title race Naik scored 73 batting at number three and then took 2 35 from his ten overs There was an emphatic win for Leicester Ivanhoe as opening bowlers Niall Lafferty 6 15 and Imran Khan 3 30 ripped through Market Harborough Academy player Sam Evans smashed 36 as the team knocked off their target of 48 for the loss of one wicket inside nine overs A really good game developed between local rivals Loughborough Town and Barrow Town with the home side keeping a hold on fourth position in the league Half centuries from Aleem Mahmood and Shyam Patel helped Loughborough put 255 9 on the board Although Prakash Modha took 4 36 contributions from Sandeep Salgotra 59 Stan Galloway 49 and Tim Taylor 47 helped the visitors edge home by two wickets

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