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Helm bags 5 for 11 after McCullum cuts loose

Brendon McCullum led from the front with an exhilarating 63 off 28 balls as Middlesex secured a crushing 72-run win watched by a crowd of 27,000

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Prolific Ingram inspires Glamorgan to last-ball epic

Colin Ingram blazed his way to a second century in the space of eight days as Glamorgan clinched a five-wicket NatWest T20 Blast victory over Essex in a run-fest at Chelmsford

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Tamim Iqbal plays down abrupt Essex exit

Tamim Iqbal and Essex have determinedly played down the reasons for Tamim's abrupt abandonment of his stint at the county

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Tamim withdraws from Essex stint

Tamim Iqbal has been forced to pull out of his T20 stint with Essex due to "personal reasons" which have required him to return to Bangladesh

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Bell-Drummond stars as Tamim fails to lift Essex

England Lions batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond spanked an unbeaten 90 from 55 balls to steer Kent Spitfires to a comfortable seven-wicket NatWest T20 Blast win over Essex Eagles in Beckenham

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Tom Curran holds nerve to thwart Bopara

Tom Curran kept his head in the final over to carry Surrey to a sensational two-run victory in the opening NatWest T20 Blast game of the season at Chelmsford

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Magical Harmer takes Essex 29 points clear

Chelmsford is the birthplace of artists and magicians. Simon Harmer, making a home for himself there, could be both after another extraordinary display stretched Essex's lead to 29 points

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Essex make their presence felt

Essex's coach, Chris Silverwood, says that Essex might not win the title, but they are out to make their presence felt

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Harmer and Cook add to Essex sheen

As Alastair Cook reached 64 not out to complete a day of Essex supremacy, for Essex supporters finding their county top of the Championship, the twilight came close to heaven

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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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