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Yorkshire score the second-highest domestic T20 total ever in a 54-run win at Leicestershire, as Middlesex beat Surrey by 37 runs.
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Watch Dawid Malan score 117 from just 57 balls and inspire Middlesex to victory in their T20 Blast match against Surrey at The Oval.
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Lord's groundsman Karl McDermott is originally from Dublin and he says it's an "honour" to be involved in Ireland's first Test match against England.
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A spectator in the second tier at The Oval takes a fine catch as Dawid Malan hits a huge six for Middlesex in their T20 Blast match against Surrey.
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Gloucestershire build a 210-run lead over Worcestershire going into the final day at Cheltenham.
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Mady Villiers of Essex wins her first call-up to the England squad for the T20 matches in the Women's Ashes.
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Captain Joe Root says England must 'ride the wave' of their World Cup triumph on their return to Test cricket at Lord's this week.
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Kent's 43-year-old all-rounder Darren Stevens, who joined the club in 2005, will leave Canterbury at the end of the season.
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Ireland captain William Porterfield says the Lord's Test against England is the latest big achievement for Irish cricket.
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England fast bowler James Anderson is ruled out of his side's Ashes warm-up Test against Ireland at Lord's, which begins on Wednesday.

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