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Ian Ward announces retirement

Oct 24, 2005: Former England batsman Ian Ward has announced his retirement to pursue a career as a full-time cricket presenter and commentator

ESPNcricinfo staff

Twenty20 South Division round-up

Sussex and Essex miss out

Jul 6, 2005: Surrey and Middlesex qualified from the South Division for the quarter finals of the Twenty20 Cup

ESPNcricinfo staff

English National League 2004

Champions Surrey are relegated

Aug 30, 2004: On another day of rain interruptions and run-rate calculations, Surrey - the defending National League champions - lost out to Northants, a defeat that condemned them to relegation

Wisden Cricinfo staff

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

Sussex slide to embarrassing defeat

Jun 25, 2004: Strange game, this cricket

Paul Coupar at Arundel

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

Surrey captaincy debate

Batty appointment unearths unrest at Surrey

Nov 7, 2003: It is reported that the appointment of Jonathan Batty as successor as captain to Adam Hollioake, who will retire at the end of 2004, has caused unease among senior players in the Surrey squad

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Hampshire crocked go in for fixing

Sep 23, 2003: Three Hampshire players are facing dates with the surgeon's knife shortly to right ailments in preparation for the push for promotion to Division One of the County Championship next season.

Richard Isaacs

County news

Ward offered Somerset captaincy

Sep 18, 2003: Ian Ward has been offered the chance to captain Somerset in 2004, after announcing his intention to part company with Surrey at the end of the season

Wisden CricInfo staff

National Cricket League round-up

Surrey crowned National League champions

Sep 14, 2003: Surrey 198 for 9 beat Glamorgan 190 by eight runs at Cardiff Scorecard They may have blown the Championship, but Surrey were today crowned the National League champions after beating last year's winners Glamorgan by eight runs in a low-scoring

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County News

Ward to leave Surrey at end of season

Sep 14, 2003: Ian Ward has announced he will leave Surrey at the end of the season, citing the need for a new challenge and fresh motivation as the reason

Wisden CricInfo staff

Ormond shines under the Trent Bridge lights

Jul 18, 2003: In the end it wasn't the thrilling finale that the competition deserved, but it nevertheless produced worthy champions as Surrey became the first ever Twenty20 Cup winners at Trent Bridge

Freddie Auld

Sami gears up as Ward reflects on life as a high flyer

May 15, 2001: Mohammad Sami may be raw, but he has the natural talent and pace to forge a successful Test career according to Pakistan coach, Richard Pybus


Sidebottom and Ward earn reward for successful A Tours

May 13, 2001: Ryan Sidebottom and Ian Ward are the new names in the 13-man England squad to take on Pakistan in the First Test against Pakistan at Lord's starting on Thursday


Ward and Sidebottom the new names in England squad

May 13, 2001: R J Sidebottom (Yorkshire) 23 0


England A take first innings points amid the rain

Feb 10, 2001: England A collected more bonus points today after skipper Mark Alleyne made his first half-century in the Busta Cup against Windward Islands in St Lucia

Kate Laven

A Team squad announced

Sep 18, 2000: MW Alleyne (Gloucestershire, capt), JP Crawley (Lancashire, vice-capt), IJ Ward (Surrey), VS Solanki (Worcestershire), U Afzaal (Nottinghamshire), A Habib (Leicestershire), DJG Sales (Northamptonshire), CMW Read (Nottinghamshire, wkt), JS Foster

Staff and agencies

A Team announced today

Sep 18, 2000: With the A team party to tour West Indies announced at midday, speculation is growing as to the make up of the squad, and the identity of the captain in particular

Staff and agencies

Lancs - Surrey lunch

Sep 14, 2000: SURREY seemed to be suffering from a Championship hangover at Old Trafford today

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