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West Indies washed out
West Indies washed out

The scheduled friendly floodlit limited-overs game between the West Indians and the New Zealand A team at Bristol was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to heavy continuous rain

Rain frustrates Zimbabweans as Goodwin shines
Rain frustrates Zimbabweans as Goodwin shines

The Zimbabweans were in good batting form in what play there was against New Zealand A at Bristol, but were frustrated by rain from pressing home their advantage

Gloucs get through at second attempt
Gloucs get through at second attempt

Gloucestershire showed that the victory was worth waiting for as they beat Worcestershire by five runs at New Road in the NatWest Trophy third round match which had to be replayed because Worcestershire had included an ineligible player - 19 year-old

India thrash Malaysia, make it three consecutive wins
India thrash Malaysia, make it three consecutive wins

India had their third breeze of a match when hosts Malaysia put up a totally unsatisfactory performance in the Asian Cricket Council under-15 tournament in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday

Kandy test declared a draw
Kandy test declared a draw

The torrential rain that engulfed Kandy and its surroundings during the week destroyed an otherwise exciting 3rd and final test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka

Surrey mop up Hampshire
Surrey mop up Hampshire

Surrey finished off Hampshire within nine minutes of the last day's play starting at Southampton

Leicestershire languish as rain aids Worcs
Leicestershire languish as rain aids Worcs

Worcestershire, currently leading the National League Division One, faltered after being put in to bat by strand-in captain Steve Rhodes against Leicestershire at the New Road ground, until they were restred by the weather from their predicament

Sharks skipper's hundred bites Steelbacks
Sharks skipper's hundred bites Steelbacks

Chris Adams struck a captain's innings of 100 runs off 95 balls to power Sussex Sharks to a 43 runs win at Wantage for only their second National League success this summer

Trescothick triumph with bat and ball
Trescothick triumph with bat and ball

Somerset slammed 295-7, the highest score in the National League this summer to date, at Maidstone as they took out their frustration on Kent for having pulled away from defeat after following in the corresponding championship match which ended

Glamorgan's Glee as Smith falls to final ball
Glamorgan's Glee as Smith falls to final ball

There was drama at Swansea as Neil Smith's dismissal to the last ball of the match with the totals even brought Warwickshire/Glamorgan a share of the honours in their National League Division Two encounter

Historic loss for Windies at Lord's
Historic loss for Windies at Lord's

Lord's-For once, and for all their customorary endeavour, Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh couldn't quite complete another rescue mission for the West Indies again foisted on them by their weak batsmen

WI shot out for 54 at Lord's
WI shot out for 54 at Lord's

London-The West Indies were routed yesterday for their third lowest score on the second day of the second cricket Test at Lord's Cricket Ground by a fired-up England team

English Weather Holds Up England
English Weather Holds Up England

Lord's, lunchtime: West Indies 267 and 54; England 134 and 13 for one

Weather reins in England's aspirations
Weather reins in England's aspirations

For the moment England had to take a rain-check - literally - on their push for an historic victory at Lord's

ACC-Under15: India make it two out of two
ACC-Under15: India make it two out of two

India had their second easy game at the Asian Cricket council Under 15 Tournament at Malaysia when they beat Malaysia by 6 wickets

England have best of early exchanges
England have best of early exchanges

Lord's, teatime: West Indies 267 and 54; England 134 and 109 for two (Atherton 44, Hick 9)

England level series
England level series

England triumphed at Lords by 2 wickets in one of the most memorable Test Matches played on that historic ground - or anywhere

England's great victory in a great match - Wonderful Walsh frustrated
England's great victory in a great match - Wonderful Walsh frustrated

Lord's: West Indies (267 and 54) lost to England (134 and 191 for eight) by two wickets

Wickets tumble at Lord's
Wickets tumble at Lord's

In all the great matches this celebrated old ground has hosted in more than 200 years, no day could have been more sensational, intense and unpredictable as the second of its 100th Test yesterday

Hampshire v Surrey
Hampshire v Surrey

When I wrote my pre-match piece I didn't send it in, which was probably just as well as I'd done so last week and I'd expected Mullally and Thorpe to be absent on international duty today, and Ben Hollioake was still the subject of a fitness question