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'A lot of evidence some people have to use them because of benefits system glitches'
England bowler penalised for actions in comeback game for Nottinghamshire against Durham
Nottinghamshire 320 & 333 Durham 471 & 184-4 (Durham win by six wickets)
Nottinghamshire 320 & 145-5 Durham 471
Driver of the lorry has been arrested, and ambulance service say they treated and transported 25 patients
Police have taken to Facebook to warn youngsters they could be arrested for throwing snowballs at cars, homes or people who do not want to be involved in games.
In an effort to rival last month's viral video of Newcastle University students pouring milk over their heads, students at Durham university have upped the stakes by changing the liquid to port.
The Durham-based official will resume refereeing duties next Wednesday when he takes charge of the Premier League game between Southampton and Norwich.
Sussex have their sights on knocking Warwickshire off the top of the First Division table after Monty Panesar added second-innings figures of six for 77 to go with Wednesday's career-best seven for 60 as Somerset were bowled out for 195.
Middlesex 188 & 179 Durham 238 & 82-6 (Match drawn)
Middlesex 188 & 21-1 Durham 238 (Durham lead by 29 runs)
On a grim day for English cricket, Mervyn Westfield, a former Essex player, was sent to prison at the Old Bailey yesterday for corruption. The 23-year-old, who was sentenced to four months for spot-fixing in a county match, is the first English player to be jailed for such an offence.
English cricketers were last night granted a three-month amnesty to report corruption in the game. The offer was made by the England and Wales Cricket Board after the former Essex fast bowler Mervyn Westfield pleaded guilty to accepting a bribe to bowl badly during a match in 2009.