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Dominic Cork announces retirement

Former England allrounder and county veteran Dominic Cork has announced his retirement from professional cricket with immediate effect

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Cork to leave Hampshire

Former England allrounder and county veteran Dominic Cork will leave Hampshire at the end of the 2011 season

Hampshire v Lancashire, Rose Bowl, 1st day

Cork four keeps Lancashire in check

Batsman Karl Brown came within four runs of his second century of the season as County Championship Division One leaders Lancashire were made to work hard for their successes by struggling hosts Hampshire at the Rose Bowl

Yorkshire v Hampshire, Headingley, 4th day

Yorkshire defied by Kabir and Briggs

Yorkshire were unable to force a victory over Hampshire despite dynamic bowling by Tim Bresnan and Ryan Sidebottom on a tense final day

Yorkshire v Hampshire, Headingley, 3rd day

Evergreen Cork pegs Yorkshire back

Yorkshire came up against a defiant Dominic Cork who belied his 39 years with another energetic bowling display on the third day of the County Championship match with Hampshire at Headingley

Sussex v Hampshire, Rose Bowl, 3rd day

Vince hundred sets up draw

Sussex-born James Vince hit 157 against the county of his birth but his Hampshire side looked headed for a high-scoring draw in their south-coast derby at the Rose Bowl

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Cork named Hampshire captain

Dominic Cork has been named Hampshire captain for the start of the 2011 county season with Dimitri Mascarenhas still recovering from a serious achilles injury

Hampshire v Warwickshire, Rose Bowl, 2nd day

Warwickshire edge closer to safety

Relegation-threatened Warwickshire inched closer to County Championship Division One safety on a gloomy, interrupted day at the Rose Bowl by claiming all three bonus bowling points against Hampshire

Hampshire v Warwickshire, Rose Bowl, 1st day

Cork and Dawson rescue Hampshire

Veteran Dominic Cork and youngster Liam Dawson rescued Hampshire with a 62-run unbeaten stand for the seventh wicket as Warwickshire's bowlers caused problems