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Teams prepare for Kingfisher Cup semis

Aug 24, 2012: Bamford Fieldhouse, York, Havant, and Wansted and Snaresbrook will contest the semi-finals of the Kingfisher Cup

George Dobell

County news

Lancashire begin coach debate

Jan 6, 2009: Lancashire will begin assessing the applications for their new first-team coach this week and are hopeful of having the position filled in time for the successful candidate to play a significant role in pre-season training

ESPNcricinfo staff

County News

Luke Sutton joins Lancashire

Oct 22, 2005: Luke Sutton, the 29-year-old wicketkeeper and former captain of Derbyshire, has signed for Lancashire

ESPNcricinfo staff

Retiring players

Farewell and thanks for the memories

Sep 26, 2005: Cricinfo take a look at the major players who have retired after or during the 2005 English season

ESPNcricinfo staff

Wicketkeeper's 19-year career is over

Warren Hegg retires from first-class cricket

Sep 16, 2005: Warren Hegg, the Lancashire and England wicketkeeper, has retired from first-class cricket

ESPNcricinfo staff

County Championship round-up

Kent's title ambitions fading fast

Sep 9, 2005: A round-up from the latest matches in the County Championship

ESPNcricinfo staff

C&G Trophy Semi-Final

Warwickshire storm into final

Aug 20, 2005: Warwickshire stormed into the C&G final, beating Lancashire by 99 runs at Edgbaston

Will Luke

Match of the day - Lancashire v Yorkshire, Old Trafford, 3rd day

Symonds smashes third century

Aug 18, 2005: Andrew Symonds cracked his third century in three Championship matches for Lancashire as they established a first innings lead of 120

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

County news

Hegg to quit at end of summer

May 16, 2005: Warren Hegg, Lancashire's 37-year-old wicketkeeper, has announced that he will retire at the end of the summer

ESPNcricinfo staff

Chilton appointed for 2005

Hegg steps down as Lancashire captain

Oct 12, 2004: Warren Hegg, who had hinted at resignation following Lancashire's relegation to the second division of the County Championship last month, has stepped down after three years as captain

Wisden Cricinfo Staff

Four allrounders brought in to boost squad

Lancashire release Schofield and Haynes in reshuffle

Sep 29, 2004: Chris Schofield has been released by Lancashire as the club reshuffled following their relegation from the County Championship

Wisden Cricinfo staff

October 2004 - County Review - Lancashire

Hegg out of luck

Sep 20, 2004: Warren Hegg started the summer as the bookmakers' favourite to lift the Championship and end Lancashire's 70-year wait for an outright win

County news

Hegg feels the strain as Lancashire crumble

Sep 6, 2004: As pre-season title favourites Lancashire slid closer to relegation with a 147-run defeat at home to Surrey, it was clear the strain was getting to Warren Hegg, their embattled captain

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Match of the Day - Sussex v Lancashire, 3rd day

Seamers take centre stage to sink Sussex

Apr 23, 2004: This mouth-watering game between last year's champions and this year's favourites ended in a booming win for the new pretenders

Hugh Chevallier at Hove

Match of the Day - Sussex v Lancashire, 3rd day

Seamers take centre stage to sink Sussex

Apr 23, 2004: This mouth-watering game between last year's champions and this year's favourites ended in a booming win for the new pretenders

Hugh Chevallier at Hove

County Championship Division One

Lancashire in the mood for glory

Apr 8, 2004: Andrew Miller charts Division One of the County Championship and assesses the prospects of the title-contenders

Andrew Miller

County News

Lancashire reappoint Hegg

Nov 11, 2003: Lancashire have reappointed Warren Hegg as captain for the 2004 season

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Lancashire

Hegg reappointed as Lancashire's captain

Nov 10, 2003: Lancashire have reappointed Warren Hegg as their captain for the 2004 season

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Lancashire

PLease ignore

Nov 10, 2003: Lancashire have reappointed Warren Hegg as their captain for the 2004 season

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Hawks defeat to Lightnings leaves them with work to do.

Sep 7, 2003: Hampshire Hawks suffered their second successive defeat in the National League Division Two, losing to runaway leaders Lancashire Lightning by 45 runs at the Rose Bowl

Vic Isaacs
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