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Pakistan bowler Junaid Khan in action

County Championship cricket preview

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England all-rounder Moeen Ali

Ali was targeted by Indian cricket fans during the series between the two sides this summer

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Gareth Breese hit the winning run for Durham but is set to leave as his contract will not be renewed

West Indian inspired Durham to win One-Day Cup

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Stoked up: Durham’s Ben Stokes is delighted after his partner Gareth Breese hit the winning boundary at Lord’s

Warickshire 165 Durham 166-7 (Durham win by 3 wickets)

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Jonathon Trott in training

Trott will be in action for Warwickshire against Durham on Saturday

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Andrew Gale

Yorkshire captain was banned for two matches for meting out some verbal abuse

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Grace Road

Leicestershire may be a mess now, but they have to believe their luck will turn

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Andrew Gale

Gale has been branded racist by the England and Wales Cricket Board

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Lancashire’s Ashwell Prince (left) and Andrew Gale, of Yorkshire, clash as they leave the field at Old Trafford on 2 September

Gale could face a lengthy ban from the start of next season

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Monty Panesar celebrates taking the wicket of Greg Smith during Essex’s demolition of Leicestershire on Tuesday

 

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The Essex batsman Ravi Bopara is looking ominously well set against Leicestershire

Close, day one: Leicestershire 138 vs Essex153-3

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Sorry saga: Moeen Ali deserves an apology from the ECB, who failed to condemn the prejudice

The ECB's silence was as deafening as the boos coming from the stands

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Ryan Sidebottom celebrates with team-mates as Yorkshire clinch the County Championship

Championship secured with victory over Nottinghamshire

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Andrew Flintoff of England looks dejected as Brett Lee (L) and Glenn McGrath hold on in 2005

'Freddie' Flintoff admits that the image of being 'bulletproof' meant that he did not tell anybody about his condition

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Chris Cairns sued Lalit Modi, ex-chairman of the Indian Premier League, over an 'unequivocal allegation'

Cairns has agreed to cooperate with British authorities and he claims he has ‘nothing to hide’

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Andrew Flintoff faces the media in 2007 after the infamous pedalo incident

Flintoff made the revelation on Piers Morgan's Life Stories in which he said he was attempting to find the boat that Ian Botham was staying on

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Jacques Kallis

South African tells Richard Edwards long game is still thrilling despite falling crowds

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Yorkshire left-armer Ryan Sidebottom celebrates bowling Riki Wessels towards the end of the third day at Trent Bridge

Yorkshire 532-9dec Notts 203 & 149-5 (Taylor 56no)

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Alastair Cook’s personal roller coaster showed no sign of slowing down until he finally got off it for a while

Yorkshire’s side would give most international teams a run for their money

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Moeen Ali prepares to take a catch during practice at Headingley

 

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Rory McIlroy on the practice range at Gleneagles
GOLF Ryder Cup 2014: McIlroy back on the range as he warms up for curtain call
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Phil Mickelson will be the leader of the US team, according to Butch Harmon
KEVIN GARSIDE: It's home to predictions, inside info and a bit of blue language...
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Tyson Fury covers his mouth at today's press conference against Dereck Chisora
BOXINGHeavyweight refuses to utter a word in press conference for bout with Dereck Chisora in protest
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Roberto Duran, Dave Radford
The story of Dave Radford
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Daniel Ricciardo celebrates victory in the Belgian Grand Prix
F1McLaren’s team principal, Eric Boullier, has accused Red Bull of using coded radio messages
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The Mercedes team celebrate Lewis Hamilton's Singapore victory as a modest Nico Rosberg looks on
Singapore race winner wanted a fair battle on the track as both Mercedes drivers admit reliability concerns
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REPORTSingapore GP: Victory in Singapore puts Hamilton back at the top of the standings while Rosberg suffers reliability woe
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Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates winning the second set against Australia's Nick Kyrgios during their men's singles fourth round match on day eight of the 2014 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London
TENNISRafael Nadal is on course to make his comeback, despite pulling out of the end-of-year International Premier Tennis League
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Leigh Halfpenny suffered a dislocated shoulder in a last-ditch challenge on Luther Burrell during the 29-18 defeat to England
RUGBY UNIONWelshman has to prove fitness ahead of autumn internationals
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All Blacks coach Graham Henry (right) celebrates with Mils Muliaina
RUGBY UNIONAll Blacks' fly-half left at home after drinking session led him to miss the team flight to Argentina
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Katarina Johnson-Thompson
AthleticsInjury has robbed Katarina Johnson-Thompson of a golden summer
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Plenty to ponder: Amir Khan has had repeated problems with US immigration because of his Muslim faith and now American television may shun him
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Groves poses with Arsenal's German players Mesut Ozil (left) and Lukas Podolski after his win
boxing Groves outpointed Christopher Rebrasse on Saturday
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George North scores Saints’ fourth try at Newcastle today
RUGBY UNIONMATCH REPORTNewcastle 10 Northampton 35:The 20-year-old excelled in his first start
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Explosive flanker Steffon Armitage is exploring the possibility of playing international rugby for France
Brother and Toulon team-mate Delon says omission is a 'disgrace'
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MATCH REPORTBath 45 Leicester 0: England hopeful leads rout as hapless Tiger suffer embarrassing defeat
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MATCH REPORTLondon Irish 32 Saracens 36: Number 8 crashes over in the dying seconds to win the match
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FA chairman Greg Dyke
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