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Lancashire v Surrey, Old Trafford, 2nd day

Shivnarine Chanderpaul stands up in Lancashire's hour of need

Apr 28, 2018: Shivnarine Chanderpaul's painstaking 216-minute 65 provided the platform as Lancashire recovered in style after losing early wickets against Surrey

Paul Edwards at Old Trafford

Essex v Lancashire, Chelmsford, 3rd day

Porter stars again to end Lancashire's brave chase

Apr 22, 2018: Alex Davies, Jordan Clark and Joe Mennie all threatened match-winning hands, but all fell to Porter as the defending champions held on by 31 runs

Alan Gardner at Chelmsford

Warwickshire v Lancashire, Royal London Cup, North Group, Edgbaston

Thirty-five run over as Croft runs rampant

May 7, 2017: Steven Croft's violent century lifted Lancashire to a much-needed 26-run victory over Warwickshire in the Royal London Cup at Edgbaston

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Surrey v Lancashire, Specsavers Championship Div One, Kia Oval, 2nd day

Ageless Chanderpaul makes Surrey toil

Apr 15, 2017: A little before noon, Shivnarine Chanderpaul flicked Mark Footitt off his front pad. As he scampered back to complete the second run, Chanderpaul reached his 74th first-class hundred

Tim Wigmore at Kia Oval

Surrey v Lancashire, Specsavers Championship Div One, Kia Oval, 1st day

Clark's aggressive hundred turns Lancashire's day on its head

Apr 14, 2017: Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Jordan Clark are two deeply contrasting cricketers, but on a gloomy day at Kia Oval they forged a wonderful alliance to change the complexion of the opening day

Tim Wigmore at Kia Oval

Warwickshire v Lancashire, Specsavers Championship Div One, Edgbaston, 1st day

Relegation threat looms larger over Warwickshire

Sep 20, 2016: Lancashire's bowlers piled the pressure on Warwickshire on the opening day of their County Championship relegation battle at Edgbaston

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Lancashire v Yorkshire, Specsavers Championship Div 1, Old Trafford, 2nd day

Clark and Jarvis provide a grand new tale for the old timers

Aug 14, 2016: There are many outrageous Roses takes told long into the night and Jordan Clark and Kyle Jarvis have produced another one with a resounding last-wicket stand at Old Trafford

Paul Edwards

Lancashrie v Leicestershire, NatWest T20 Blast, North Group, Old Trafford

Clark spearheads Lancashire's dash for the line

Jun 10, 2016: Jordan Clark smashed an unbeaten 31 off 12 balls as Lancashire's stuttering start to the defence of their Natwest T20 blast title got back on track with a rain-affected victory over Leicestershire at a sodden Old Trafford

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Kent v Lancashire, LV= Championship, Canterbury, 1st day

Key hundred holds up Lancashire promotion push

Sep 1, 2015: Rob Key's first Championship century inside 16 months helped Kent prosper on the opening day of their LV= County Championship clash with Division Two leaders Lancashire in Canterbury


Surrey v Lancashire, LV= Championship, Division Two, Kia Oval, 3rd day

Faulkner's maiden ton rescues Lancashire

Jun 2, 2015: James Faulkner struck his maiden first-class hundred to lift Lancashire out of trouble on a lively day at The Oval

Tim Wigmore at Kia Oval

Lancashire v Glamorgan, T20 Blast Q-F, Old Trafford

Clark's triple-wicket maiden inspires Lancashire

Aug 2, 2014: Lancashire secured a place at Finals Day in circumstances which rivalled the county's glory years of the 1970s

Paul Edwards at Old Trafford

County news

Clark savours sixes feat

Apr 27, 2013: Jordan Clark is savouring his "champagne moment" but admitted he did not realise quite how significant the achievement was

Andrew McGlashan

County news

Jordan Clark hits six sixes in an over

Apr 24, 2013: Jordan Clark, a 22-year-old Lancashire batsman who has yet to make his first-class debut, earned himself a place in cricket history by hitting Yorkshire left-arm spinner Gurham Randhawa for six sixes in an over

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Yorkshire v Lancashire, Friends Life t20, Headingley

Rashid helps secure Roses victory

Jun 17, 2011: Spin twins Adil Rashid and Azeem Rafiq bowled Yorkshire to a breathtaking victory by 11 runs with five balls remaining in a tight Roses clash

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