Somerset host Kent as cricket season bowls in

English Cricket Board three lions Somerset CCC host Kent at the County Ground, Taunton as the 2019 first-class county championship cricket season begins.

Tom Abell’s team will be aiming to go one better than last season, when the cider men finished runners-up to Surrey.


New deal for Gloucestershire pace ace Matt Taylor

Gloucestershire CCC pace ace MATT TAYLOR courtesy & copyright Gloucestershire County Cricket ClubGloucestershire Cricket fast bowler Matt Taylor has signed a contract extension for a further three years.

The deal means the 24-year-old left armer, who graduated from the Gloucestershire CCC Academy, remains at Bristol's Brightside Ground until the end of summer 2021.


MINOR MATTERS Bess hits unbeaten double century

England & Wales Cricket Board lionsJosh Bess scored an unbeaten double century as Devon amassed 426-6 against Dorset in their fifth round Minor Counties Western Division match against border rivals Dorset at Sidmouth CC yesterday.

Devon skipper Bess - brother of Test player Dom - smashed seven sixes and 19 fours on his way to 203 not out.


CLUB CRICKET Washout sweeps in from West

England & Wales Cricket Board logo There was all but a complete wash out in yesterday’s Cornwall Cricket League as torrential rain swept in from the West.

Only two of 67 fixtured league matches started in the county, at Truro and Porthleven.


MINOR COUNTIES All to play for on final day at Truro

England & Wales Cricket Board three lions Cornwall’s Minor Counties Cricket Championship clash against Cheshire is set up for a fascinating final day at Truro’s Boscawen Park.

Cheshire resumed on 94-5 yesterday and batted well to reach 232 all out just after lunch.


SW CRICKET Good day for Cornwall - club and county

Cornwall Cricket choughCornwall’s cricketers took three late wickets last night to take the upper hand in their Minor Counties Championship game against Cheshire at Truro CC.

Earlier in the day the hosts had been dismissed for 245 with 18 overs unused. Cheshire were reduced to 94-5 at stumps and trail by 151 runs.


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