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The Oval's groundsman voted best again

Oct 13, 2004: Bill Gordon, in his first year as Surrey's head groundsman, has won the ECB's Groundsman of the Year award for preparing the best pitches for three- and four-day cricket

Wisden Cricinfo Staff

New Zealand in England 2004

Astle shines amid the showers

May 3, 2004: Nathan Astle scored an unbeaten 64 to confirm that he is well on the way to full match fitness, but New Zealand were frustrated by the weather for the third day running, as the opening fixture of their tour of England - against a British Universities

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Surrey up and running as Lancashire close in on victory

May 11, 2003: Middlesex v Lancashire, Lord's Scorecard Andy Strauss (50 not out) and Sven Koenig (35 not out) led the Middlesex fightback after being forced to follow on against Lancashire at Lord's

Freddie Auld

Minor Counties Championship Scores - Day 3

Aug 6, 2002: St Austell: Cornwall 160 & 382-8d (JP Kent 97, JCJ Stephens 70, BP Price 63) Shropshire 161 & 19-1

CricInfo

Minor Counties Championship Scores - Day 2

Aug 5, 2002: Oxton: Cheshire 327-6d

CricInfo

Essex County Cricket Club - Player of the Month

May 7, 2002: Essex County Cricket Club is delighted to announce that the Testing Solutions Group Player of the Month for April is Darren Robinson

Essex CCC Media Release

Minor Counties Championship Round Up

Jul 14, 2000: Cambridgeshire and Buckinghamshire played out a dull draw at Fenner's as a target of 256 in a minimum 57 overs proved beyond the home side

Mike Berry

Minor Counties Championship Round Up

Jul 13, 2000: Nigel Gadsby became Cambridgeshire's all-time record runscorer in the Minor Counties championship when he shared in his third 200-plus stand of the season with Simon Kellett at Fenner's

Mike Berry

Zimbabwe draw with British Universities

Jun 23, 2000: Thanks to rain, which wiped out all but 11 balls from the pre-lunch session, the match was doomed to be a draw

John Ward

Cambridge, Close: Zimbabweans 196/2 (61.2 overs Carlisle 60, Wishart 58)

Jun 22, 2000: Rain ruined the prospect of the match between the Universities and the Zimbabwean tourists reaching a conventional finish

John Ward

Cambridge, Close: British Universities 270/7 (109 overs, Porter 90, Murtagh 6)

Jun 21, 2000: It was a good day for the Universities, and especially their 20-year-old left-hander Joe Porter of the Oxford Universities, fresh from three consecutive first-class fifties

John Ward

EW Swanton

Fond memories of Fenner's come flooding back

Jun 10, 1998: High celebrations are afoot at Cambridge this weekend to mark the 150th anniversary of Fenner's

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