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    to play some domestic cricket in England for a number of years but for one reason or another the opportunity never arose It was usually a case that I was touring with Pakistan but as soon as I found out that Leicestershire were interested in signing me I jumped at the chance and agreed to sign for them The Leicestershire players are a great bunch of lads Atif Sheikh has taken me under his wing and can translate anything I cannot understand and vice versa He s looking after me which is good of him and has helped me settle in There s a very good atmosphere in the dressing room and all the boys have made me feel very welcome The fans have been very welcoming too and have been wishing me well Akmal will also offer captain Mark Cosgrove another bowling option on a surface that generally offers some assistance to the spinners after an impressive showing against the New Zealand tourists last week The 25 year old had only previously bowled nine overs in competitive games but sent down seven overs of off spin for just 40 despite the Kiwis scoring at almost eight runs an over in their innings He said I bowl regularly in club cricket in Pakistan so it s not something which is totally alien to me Over the years I ve been bowling more and more in club cricket and I think my bowling has improved I don t think I will be the next Saeed Ajmal but it s definitely a facet of the game that I am working on and I think as a batsman it s always good if you can field well and bowl a few overs when needed The match will be a notable one for Leicestershire

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    of 12 30pm on each day to allow more supporters the opportunity to experience first class cricket Both counties have worked closely with the England and Wales Cricket Board ECB to offer cricket lovers the chance to watch cricket later in the day for this fixture With the majority of cricket supporters working full time or in education during the scheduled hours of play this presents a great opportunity to showcase four day cricket to as wide an audience as possible On each day of the match play will commence at 12 30pm and is scheduled to close at 7 30pm An extended Tea interval will be taken between 2 30pm and 3 10pm with another shorter supper interval occurring between 5 10pm and 5 30pm Leicestershire and Rutland Cricket Chief Executive Wasim Khan MBE said We think it s a great idea that Lancashire are trying to encourage more supporters to come to LV CC games after work It is an area that we are considering for certain games in 2016 and so we are delighted to be involved in this pilot Ashley Giles Lancashire Cricket Director and Head Coach said Championship cricket is the bedrock of our game but the hours of play are not particularly conducive to many supporters who work full time or are at school Therefore and to encourage as many people as possible to come down to Emirates Old Trafford I am delighted that Leicestershire and the ECB have agreed for this change in playing hours The evening sessions will run between 5 30pm and 7 30pm which will allow fans to watch what we hope will be a thrilling contest between the two counties The game is close to the peak of British Summer Time which will allow the game to played later

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    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 Leicestershire County Cricket Club News Cricket News All Commercial news Community news Cricket News Events LCCC Interviews Match reports New T20 Fantasy Game launched 20 Apr 15 We need your help 17 Apr 15 Young trio agree new contracts 14 Apr 15 Open Day a huge success 13 Apr 15 Cosgrove Toss was key 12 Apr 15 Cosgrove ready for Glamorgan reunion 10 Apr 15 Free family fun on first day of the season 9 Apr 15 Office open on Saturday 9 Apr 15 Young members can claim FREE training session 9 Apr 15 2015 Membership still available 8 Apr 15 Squad numbers 2015 8 Apr 15 One Million Up 5 Apr 15 Club AGM 2015 1 Apr 15 Cosgrove arrives in Leicester 31 Mar 15 Kevin O Brien signs for Foxes 31

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    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 Leicestershire County Cricket Club News Cricket News All Commercial news Community news Cricket News Events LCCC Interviews Match reports Elliott shines in World Cup Final 29 Mar 15 Limited availability for Easter clinics 27 Mar 15 Foxes star is Black Caps hero 24 Mar 15 2015 Yearbook 23 Mar 15 Cosgrove joins as Club Captain 17 Mar 15 Foxes World Cup latest 15 Mar 15 One month to go 12 Mar 15 Special offers for T20 opener 11 Mar 15 Taylor shines for Scotland 11 Mar 15 AGM 2015 10 Mar 15 O Brien top scores but India hit back 10 Mar 15 Pre season fixture change 10 Mar 15 Easter Coaching Clinics 6 Mar 15 Elliott to have Blast with Foxes 5 Mar 15 Ireland lose to in form South Africa

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    Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices LCCC Interviews 13th August 2015 Skipper s delight with Ali progress By Dominic Toner Club Captain Mark Cosgrove was full of praise for 20 year old batsman Aadil Ali following his 42 off 198 balls that helped guide Leicestershire to their LV County Championship victory over Derbyshire Cosgrove was thrilled with Ali s response to the game situation in which he altered his batting style to aid the team To go out there and concentrate for nearly 200 balls was fantastic for him and he is growing as a cricketer and as a person said Cosgrove If you look at the way he plays the game he is normally free flowing and scores quite quickly but he just knuckled down and batted well It is easy to forget that this was only Ali s third first class match and he remains someone for the Foxes fans to keep an eye on Following the three wicket victory against Derbyshire Cosgrove is confident that his young side are progressing He said We always believe we are going in the right direction and we have deserved some more wins along the way We ve been working pretty hard on our four day stuff and we ve seen some good improvements To get over the line in a game like this just tells you that you re on the right path There were several other key contributions to the Foxes success with Niall O Brien making two half centuries in the game and Clint McKay starring with bat and ball Cosgrove said The way Clint bowled was great It was coming out nearly as quick as he has been all year and getting the wickets just after tea on the third day

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    the foundations and Andrea Agathangelou Ben Raine and Clint McKay all played valuable innings as County got over the line just after tea He said I m really proud of the guys the way they stuck at it and showed great belief Believing in our own ability is something that we spoke about throughout this whole game Hopefully we can build upon this victory and show the belief we did in the next four day game at Northamptonshire The match was blown wide open on the third day thanks to a remarkable spell from Clint McKay who claimed fur wickets for seven runs in 27 balls to limit the Derbyshire second innings McKay now has 48 first class wickets and Raine and Charlie Shreck moved beyond the 50 mark in this game and all three seamers average below 30 so McDonald has been understandably delighted with their efforts He said It was Clint McKay that put a stamp on the game on Sunday After tea we said to him you ve got to bust this game open and that is exactly what he did Clint took three for very little and finished that spell with four for seven and really stood up He had no wickets at that stage but he came in hard after tea like he always does The bowling group has been outstanding and they keep on coming in for us Charlie Shreck Ben Raine and Clint McKay have been outstanding for us Ali also received praise from his coach for a resilient second innings of 42 from 198 balls in a stay of more than four hours at the crease McDonald said He just looked solid all day and looked as though he was in control of his game and for a young man learning the

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    T20 Season Ticket 2016 Charlie Fox Club 2016 David Gower Executive Club 2016 Match Ticket Prices LCCC Interviews 11th August 2015 Ali praises O Brien s contribution By Dominic Toner Leicestershire batsman Aadil Ali heaped praise on teammate Niall O Brien for his contribution of 87 in yesterday s victory against Derbyshire The fifth wicket pair came together with the Foxes at 56 4 on Sunday evening and put on a 118 stand and Ali has credited O Brien s calming influence at the crease that laid the platform for victory He said Nobby Niall O Brien is a proper busy player and there is always something going on with him whether it is stretching or running to square leg or carving it over the slips Ali said with a smile The pressure could have easily got to him when he was scoring the runs and I was just at the other end blocking them out but he showed huge responsibility and huge credit to him He is unbelievable to work with and he was keeping me calm This morning Nobby played superbly for his 87 and it was one of the best innings we ve had here for a long time With the Foxes beginning the day with a tough task to stave off a threatening Derbyshire attack Ali believed at that point that the team would achieve the win The 20 year old who was playing in just his third first class match grinded a hard fought 42 off 198 balls and received some valuable assistance lower down the order after O Brien was dismissed He said We felt that if Nobby or I could bat until tea time then we would be in with a shout and the boys showed great character at the end The lads

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    of 46 runs in a score of 373 5 He then bowled beautifully on his NatWest T20 Blast debut at Durham Jets who are tomorrow s visitors in the Royal London One Day Cup 10 30am start On that occasion Sayer picked up 2 16 from his four overs and the off spinner has since bowled well in 50 over cricket Sayer is thankful for the chances he has been given and is now looking to kick on in his career He said It s fantastic to have the backing of the club A lot of hard work has gone in over the winter and throughout the season so it s nice to have that backing It s been fantastic to work with the first team so far and hopefully I ll get my chance in four day cricket and take it From where I was last year in playing three or four games for the second team to then break into the first team and put in performances has made me really happy It s a lot more intense in the first team and it s a higher standard of cricket which I enjoy playing Sayer and the Foxes will face another tough game against the holders tomorrow The team s last home game in the competition against Gloucestershire was an absolute thriller with the team falling one short of the away side s total of 315 6 Despite the disappointing nature of the result the weather was good and a healthy crowd enjoyed a terrific game where 629 runs were hit to all parts of Grace Road The reigning champions have had a mixed bag this time around with handsome victories against Northamptonshire and Somerset and a no result against Worcestershire followed by defeats to Surrey Yorkshire and

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