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Keogh brings Steelbacks last-ball victory

Reigning champions Northants Steelbacks ended Birmingham Bears' 100 per cent start in the NatWestT20Blast with a thrilling five-wicket win at Edgbaston off the last ball of the match

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'I'm lucky to be here' - Luke Fletcher (2:35)
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'I'm lucky to be here' - Luke Fletcher (2:35)
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WATCH - Fletcher walks off after blow to the head (1:28)
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Highlights - Notts fall to Birmingham on final ball (4:00)
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Fletcher on mend after horrific blow to the head

Nottinghamshire's seam bowler, Luke Fletcher, was taken to hospital after he was struck on the head in a serious-looking incident at Edgbaston, with the T20 Blast match against Birmingham Bears suspended while he received treatment

15dJon Culley at Edgbaston

Middlesex sneak it to leave Warwickshire adrift

Middlesex sneaked a one-wicket win at Edgbaston and that leaves Warwickshire with a yawning gap of 48 points to safety in Division One of the Specsavers Championship

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Helm's breakthrough stint sets up grand climax

A compelling denouement is in prospect at Edgbaston where Middlesex will resume on the final morning of their crucial Specsavers County Championship tussle with Warwickshire on 36 for 2, needing 234 to win

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17dJon Culley at Edgbaston

Eskinazi grit keeps Middlesex above water

Stevie Eskinazi's career-best, unbeaten 178 was the mainstay for Middlesex as they ground to within striking distance of Warwickshire

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23dGeorge Dobell at Edgbaston

Hameed and Buttler braced for England omission

It seems a pretty safe bet to assume that neither Haseeb Hameed or Jos Buttler will be in the England squad for the first Test against South Africa when it is named at 9am on Sunday

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Does pink-ball cricket have a future in England? (3:57)
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Westwood retires with immediate effect

Ian Westwood, the Warwickshire opening batsman and former captain, has announced his retirement with immediate effect following a 15-year playing career

25dGeorge Dobell at Edgbaston

Chanderpaul treats new format with formidable old resolve

Shiv Chanderpaul, who seems to have been scoring runs since the invention of electricity, dominated the first day of pink-ball Championship cricket here with the 76th century of a remarkable first-class career

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County Championship Wrap: Career-best return for Harmer (1:34)
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32dGeorge Dobell

Dermot Reeve sells Wisden to raise money

Dermot Reeve, a Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1996, has placed his leather-bound Almanack up for sale in a desperate attempt to raise some money.

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32dDavid Hopps at Chelmsford

Browne's perspiration brings hard-earned reward

On the same pitch where 743 runs were scored in one of the greatest run-fests in domestic cricket history, three days later Essex staunchly committed themselves to a day of unremitting toil on a soporific summer's day

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