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England coast through to Super Six

England claimed a six-wicket victory over the West Indies to ensure their progression to the Super Six stage of the Women's Twenty20 World Cup in Mumbai.

Stuart Broad (2): Unfit, out of form, both of which are not ideal attributes for a vice-captain. It was a big decision to drop him after two wicketless matches and he has work to do to rebuild strength, stamina and bridges. Should be back. Matches 2. Overs 36.0. Wickets (ave.) 0 (n/a). Runs conceded 157

Stuart Broad takes hat-trick in England's warm-up win

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Eoin Morgan guides England to thrilling T20 win over India

Eoin Morgan hit the last ball for a straight six as England pulled off their highest Twenty20 run chase to conclude their 2012 schedule with a thrilling six-wicket victory over India.

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Alex Hales hits out during his valiant innings of 68 for England

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West Indies 179-5 England 164-4 (West Indies win by 15 runs)

Wright ton blasts Sussex into semi-finals

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Hampshire’s Danny Briggs (right) celebrates dismissing James Hildreth in the semi-final win over Somerset

Mascarenhas urges England to gamble on Briggs in World T20

Dimitri Mascarenhas used his platform as winning captain as Hampshire won the 10th edition of England's Twenty20 Cup to urge the national selectors to give Danny Briggs the opportunity to help defend the ICC World Twenty20 crown in Sri Lanka next month.

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Bairstow the boy as he books Yorkshire a place in t20 final

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Chris Nash was out cheaply as Sussex failed to claim victory

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Ben Stokes recovered from being felled by a short ball to complete his century yesterday

County round-up: Stokes ends long wait for century

Ben Stokes registered his first century in more than a year to give Durham an outside chance of arresting a miserable start to the season by beating Lancashire at Chester-le-Street.

Tim Ambrose: Turned the match after Surrey's Gareth Batty had Warwickshire reeling at 37 for 4

Round-up: Ambrose has the Bears sitting pretty

Warwickshire need only 41 on the final morning at The Oval to complete a win that will give them a 15-point lead at the top of the First Division, with a fourth victory in six matches.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul aggravated a left hand injury against Sussex yesterday

Shivnarine Chanderpaul injury is latest worry for Windies

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Afghan women look to emulate meteoric rise of the men's team

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England seam bowler Jenny Gunn has been reported to the International Cricket Council (ICC) on account of her bowling action in the first one-day international against New Zealand.

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