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Somerset v Lancashire: Steven Davies scores century on day one for home side

Tom Abell (left) and Steven Davies added 119 for Somerset’s fifth wicket Specsavers County Championship Division One, Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton (day one): Somerset 330-9: Davies 111; Parkinson 4-68 Lancashire: Yet to bat Somerset 3 pts, Lancashire 3 pts Scorecard Steven Davies scored 111 in Somerset’s total of 330-9 on day one of their Championship match against title-chasing Lancashire at Taunton. Matt Parkinson has figures of 4-68 for Lancashire, who started 36 points behind Division One leaders Essex. Davies put on 119 with captain Tom Abell (46) for the…

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Steven Finn: Middlesex tie England pace bowler to new contract

Finn has taken 125 wickets in 36 Test matches for England England pace bowler Steven Finn has signed a new contract with Middlesex. Lancashire had recently confirmed their interest in signing Finn, 28, who was in the final year of his contract. Middlesex, county champions in 2016, describe the new contract for their longest-serving player as “multi-year” but have not disclosed its length. “The club has come a long way since I first played for it. We are still developing, and that is something I am excited about being part…

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T20 Blast: Steven Finn hits winning runs in thrilling Middlesex win over Surrey

Steven Finn clinches a dramatic Middlesex win over Surrey at Lord’s NatWest T20 Blast Dates: 7 July – 2 September Coverage: Ball-by-ball local radio commentary on every match online, tablets, mobiles and BBC Sport app. In-play highlights and live text commentary of selected games on the BBC Sport website. Selected commentaries on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra. Steven Finn was an unlikely batting hero for Middlesex, hitting the winning runs in a thrilling one-wicket win over Surrey at Lord’s in the T20 Blast. In front of more than 27,000…

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Steven Mullaney: Nottinghamshire v Surrey One-Day Cup final will be ‘great spectacle’

Steven Mullaney Steven Mullaney says he is “buzzing” to have played a crucial role in guiding Nottinghamshire to the One-Day Cup final and it is fitting that they will play Surrey on 1 July. Mullaney scored a 75-ball 111 as Notts chased an English 50-over record target of 371 against Essex to reach Lord’s. “I feel like the two best white-ball teams in the country are in the final,” Mullaney told BBC Nottingham Sport. “It will be a great spectacle. Surrey are a great side.” Mullaney’s maiden List A hundred…

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