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Kieswetter facing key week
Kieswetter facing key week Somerset

Kieswetter facing key week

Craig Kieswetter will visit specialists in Belgium and the USA over the next week to get to the bottom of his vision problems.

Maynard plays down KP link Somerset

Maynard plays down KP link

Somerset director of cricket Matthew Maynard has told Sky Sports he doubts whether a deal to bring Kevin Pietersen to Taunton is possible.

Kieswetter career in doubt Somerset

Kieswetter career in doubt

Craig Kieswetter could discover this week whether the eye injury he suffered last summer is likely to end his career.

Compton back at Middlesex Somerset

Compton back at Middlesex

Middlesex have re-signed England batsman Nick Compton following his decision to leave Somerset last month.

England to replace Kieswetter Somerset

England to replace Kieswetter

England will apply to the ICC to name a replacement for Craig Kieswetter in their initial squad for the 2015 World Cup.

Kieswetter likely to miss 2015 Somerset

Kieswetter likely to miss 2015

Craig Kieswetter is likely to miss the 2015 season after suffering a setback in his recovery from a serious eye injury.

County fixtures announced Somerset

County fixtures announced

County champions Yorkshire begin their title defence against Worcestershire on the opening day of the 2015 season.

Somerset sign Allenby Somerset

Somerset sign Allenby

Jim Allenby has been released from his contract with Glamorgan and is joining Somerset.

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Final a fillip for England: Lloyd

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Graves gets ECB nomination

Yorkshire chairman Colin Graves has been nominated for the role of ECB chairman by the counties and Marylebone Cricket Club.

Gloucestershire appoint Dawson

Richard Dawson has left Yorkshire to become first XI coach at Gloucestershire.

Amir back from spot-fixing ban

Mohammad Amir, the convicted spot-fixer, has been cleared to play domestic cricket in Pakistan after an early end to his ban.


Lloyd on World Cup

Lloyd on World Cup

In the first of our new series, two-time winning captain Clive Lloyd tells us why he loves the Cricket World Cup.

World Cup Flashback

World Cup Flashback

Andy Bichel’s 7-20 and 34no destroyed England in 2003. Has there been a better all-round display?

World Cup Classics: West Indies implode against Australia in 1996

World Cup Classics: West Indies implode against Australia in 1996

Richie Richardson’s hopes of bowing out of one-day cricket as a World Cup-winning skipper were thwarted as the West Indies imploded against Australia to suffer their first ever semi-final defeat.