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Somerset v Durham, Royal London Cup, Group B, Taunton
Jul 27, 2014: Somerset James Hildreth hit a breathtaking 146 not out and Lewis Gregory an unbeaten 105 as Somerset began their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign with a five-wicket victory over Durham
Somerset v Middlesex, NatWest T20, Taunton
Jul 25, 2014: It was all going so well for Somerset: a full-house crowd, lapping up the early evening sunshine and thoroughly enjoying the entertainment. And then the neighbours went and spoilt it.
Jul 22, 2014: Steve Kirby has announced his retirement due to an ongoing shoulder injury
Kent v Somerset, NatWest T20, Canterbury
Jul 18, 2014: Somerset's slim hopes of a quarter-final berth were extinguished by a powerful Kent display
Surrey v Somerset, NatWest T20, The Oval
Jul 16, 2014: Kevin Pietersen played his most significant hand to date with an assured cameo to ensure Surrey were on the right side of the fine margins of T20. They are now within touching distance of the knock-out stages.
Northants v Somerset, Wantage Road, 4th day
Jul 15, 2014: Northamptonshire produced a spirited rearguard on the final day of their LV= County Championship game with Somerset but it ultimately came to nothing
Jul 14, 2014: Somerset wicketkeeper Craig Kieswetter has confirmed he will need to undergo surgery after suffering a serious facial injury while batting against Northamptonshire - but says there will be no lasting damage to his eye.
Northamptonshire v Somerset, Wantage Road, 3rd day
Jul 14, 2014:
Northamptonshire v Somerset, Wantage Road, 2nd day
Jul 13, 2014: Lewis Gregory recorded career-best figures of 6 for 47 as Somerset remained in control of their County Championship game at Northamptonshire.
Jul 13, 2014: Craig Kieswetter, the Somerset wicketkeeper, spent Saturday night in hospital after being diagnosed with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone following a blow from a bouncer
Northamptonshire v Somerset, Wantage Road, 1st day
Jul 12, 2014: Marcus Trescothick responded to be dropped from the Somerset T20 side to score his fourth century in eight first-class innings as Somerset marginally had the better of day one with Northamptonshire at Wantage Road.
Somerset v Gloucestershire, NatWest T20, Taunton
Jul 11, 2014: Acting captain Alfonso Thomas claimed two wickets in the final over as Somerset beat Gloucestershire by seven runs in a NatWest T20 Blast thriller at Taunton.
Middlesex v Somerset, Uxbridge, 4th day
Jul 10, 2014: Nick Compton responded well to the threat of Steve Finn on a lively Uxbridge track but Somerset predictably found another cagey Middlesex declaration beyond serious consideration
Middlesex v Somerset, Uxbridge, 3rd day
Jul 9, 2014: Last week, Chris Rogers rejected the chance to tempt Northants with a target on the final day. Whether he is in more enterprising mood on day four here will go a long way towards determining Middlesex's title prospects
Middlesex v Somerset, Uxbridge, 2nd day
Jul 8, 2014: A year ago, Nick Compton and Steven Finn would not have envisaged spending these four days at Uxbridge. They would have anticipated playing against India at Trent Bridge tomorrow.
Middlesex v Somerset, Uxbridge, 1st day
Jul 7, 2014: No county in recent years has been more haunted by missed opportunities than Somerset. So four missed chances on the opening day at Uxbridge will imbue the side with regret.
Hampshire v Someset, NatWest t20 Blasat, Ageas Bowl
Jul 6, 2014: Craig Kieswetter continued his sparking form to keep alive Somerset's slim hopes of a quarterfinal spot with an excellent win against high-flying Hampshire
Somerset v Lancashire, Taunton, 4th day
Jul 1, 2014: Paul Horton resumed from his disturbing blow from Alfonso Thomas to help seal a draw for Lancashire against title-chasing Somerset
Somerset v Lancashire, Taunton, 3rd day
Jul 1, 2014: The shot may give Craig Overton nightmares for a week or two but the 20-year-old would be well advised to concentrate on just how well he played fir his 99
Somerset v Lancashire, Taunton, 2nd day
Jun 30, 2014: Marcus Trescothick's 54th first-class hundred took him past Lionel Palairet's 100-year-old record for the most runs scored at Taunton by one batsman
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