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Somerset v Lancashire, Taunton, 3rd day

Lancashire's fate out of their hands

Sep 14, 2011: The last time Lancashire won the County Championship outright, Adolf Hitler had just organised the Night of the Long Knives, Roosevelt had just launched the 'New Deal'

George Dobell at Taunton

Somerset v Lancashire, Taunton, 1st day

Limping Chapple sums up Lancashire's day

Sep 12, 2011: Hamstring injuries are not known to be fatal to the individual that suffers them

George Dobell at Taunton

Lancashire v Hampshire, Liverpool, 2nd day

Spinners give Lancashire control

Sep 8, 2011: Despite the dank, damp September that has arrived spin could secure Lancashire a vital victory in the Championship race

Andrew McGlashan at Liverpool

Lancashire v Hampshire, Liverpool, 1st day

Chapple leads Lancashire resurgence

Sep 7, 2011: Lancashire staged an excellent fight back to reach 337 for 7 against Hampshire with half-centuries for Glen Chapple and Tom Smith

Andrew McGlashan at Liverpool

Leicestershire v Lancashire, 1st semi-final, FL t20, Edgbaston

Leicestershire's celebrations muted despite win

Aug 27, 2011: Leicestershire captain Matthew Hoggard's celebrations were muted despite his side, ultimately, prevailing over Lancashire in a Super Over Eliminator to book their place in the Friends Life t20 Final

Liam Brickhill at Edgbaston

Lancashire v Worcestershire, Blackpool, 2nd day

Lancashire build strong position

Aug 18, 2011: An unbroken 90-run partnership for the fourth wicket between Karl Brown and Steven Croft blunted Worcestershire's fightback and left Lancashire with a substantial advantage at the end of a sternly-contested second day of the County Championship match at

Lancashire v Yorkshire, Headingley, 4th day

Lancashire win thriller by 23 runs

Jul 23, 2011: The way cricket is marketed these days, you could be forgiven for thinking that the game consisted only of international matches and Twenty20, which does great injustice to the real bedrock of the English professional game, the County Championship

Jon Culley at Headingley

Durham v Lancashire, Chester-le-Street, 1st day

Championship leaders do battle on see-sawing day

May 29, 2011: Paul Horton missed out on a century but ensured Lancashire reached a competitive 313 on a green-tinged wicket against Durham at Chester-le-Street.

Jon Culley at Chester-le-Street

Sussex v Lancashire, Hove, 3rd day

Sussex openers offer hope of escape

Apr 28, 2011: Acting captain Murray Goodwin made the 64th hundred of his first-class career to lead Sussex's resistance on the third day of their Championship match against Lancashire

Lancashire v Sussex, County Championship, Liverpool, 4th day

Lancashire romp to innings victory

Apr 11, 2011: A devastating spell of bowling from Glen Chapple and Gary Keedy helped Lancashire to an innings-and-55-run victory over Sussex in their County Championship match at Liverpool

Lancashire v Sussex, County Championship, Liverpool, 1st day

Chapple keeps Lancashire on top

Apr 8, 2011: Lancashire captain Glen Chapple recorded his 750th first-class wicket for the county on a topsy-turvy opening day of the new season against Sussex at Liverpool

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Chapple remains Lancashire captain

Nov 12, 2010: Glen Chapple, the Lancashire allrounder, has been reappointed the club captain at Old Trafford for a third season

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Kent v Lancashire, Canterbury, 4th day

Kent collapse to big defeat

Aug 21, 2010: Kent lost their last eight wickets for 120 runs in a session and nine balls to gift Lancashire only their second success in Canterbury since 1936

Kent v Lancashire, Canterbury , 3rd day

Wickets dent Kent's hopes

Aug 20, 2010: Kent face an uphill battle on the final day of their County Championship clash with Lancashire at Canterbury

Kent v Lancashire, Canterbury , 2nd day

Honours even as Lancashire scrap

Aug 19, 2010: Lancashire limped to an overall lead of 120 runs with seven second innings wickets intact in Canterbury after another cut and thrust day that saw 10 wickets fall on the second day of the County Championship Division One match against Kent

Hampshire v Lancashire, Rose Bowl, 4th day

Twin tons keep Lancashire unbeaten

Aug 1, 2010: Tom Smith and Gareth Cross both hit centuries as Lancashire preserved their status as the only side not to have lost a match in the County Championship when their match with Hampshire petered out into a draw at the Rose Bowl

Hampshire v Lancashire, Rose Bowl, 3rd day

Chilton and Smith dig in for Lancashire

Jul 31, 2010: Diligent batting by Tom Smith and Mark Chilton dug Lancashire out of trouble in the County Championship Division One match with Hampshire at the Rose Bowl

Durham v Lancashire, Chester-le-Street, 4th day

Mustard holds Lancashire at bay

Jul 23, 2010: Durham skipper Phil Mustard's unbeaten 71 ensured his side avoided the follow-on at home to Lancashire and the rain-ruined match meandered to the inevitable draw in pleasant sunshine

Durham v Lancashire, Chester-le-Street, 3rd day

Bowlers dominate rain-interrupted day

Jul 22, 2010: Superb bowling by James Anderson and Glen Chapple put Lancashire in a strong position at Chester-le-Street, only for rain to restrict play to 21 overs on the third day

Lancashire v Worcestershire, Friends Provident t20, Old Trafford

Sparkling Smith downs Worcestershire

Jul 5, 2010: Tom Smith blasted an unbeaten 92 and claimed three wickets as Lancashire Lightning moved up to third in the Friends Provident t20 North Group with a convincing 46-run win over Worcestershire Royals at Old Trafford

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