What the papers say

Featured News | 28th April 2008

A complete round-up of the club’s coverage in last week’s press.

If you have spotted an article that we have missed, email michael.temple@nottsccc.co.uk

22/4/08 (Melton Times)

BROAD NAMED IN SIDE TO FACE OXFORD

Former Egerton Park man Stuart Broad looks set for his Nottinghamshire debut tomorrow against Oxford University.

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23/4/08 (Daily Mail)

SIDEBOTTOM VOWS NOT TO CHANGE AS KIWIS COME LOOKING

FOR REVENGE

The newly installed leader of England's revamped bowling attack is still struggling to come to terms with his "surreal" life in the fast lane.
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23/4/08 (The Sun)

RYAN HAILS TWENTY20 BONANZA

ENGLAND could play a £10million, winner-takes-all Twenty20 match against West Indies every year.

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23/4/08 (Club Release / Nottingham Topper)
NOTTS STARS SIGN ECB ONE GAME PLEDGE

Notts players have added their signatures to the One Game Pledge, an ECB initiative that celebrates the diversity of cricket.

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24/4/08 (Club Release / Ireland Online)

NOTTS ANNOUNCE SQUAD TO FACE IRELAND

Nottinghamshire have announced their squad for the Friends Provident Trophy clash with Ireland, which gets under way this Sunday, April 27 at Clontarf starting at 12pm.

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24/4/08 (ECB.co.uk)

READ UP FOR TRIPLE CHALLENGE
Wicketkeeper Chris Read is relishing the prospect of leading Nottinghamshire during 2008 but he knows he has a hard act to follow - that of former New Zealand Test captain Stephen Fleming.

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24/4/08 (The Times)

BROAD TOILS IN THE RAIN AS STUDENTS TAKE CONTROL

Like many a bowler before him Stuart Broad found little help on a benign pitch at The Parks for his first bowl of summer.
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25/4/08 (Guardian)

COUNTIES ASKED TO MERGE FOR TWENTY20 LEAGUE
The 18 first-class counties will face growing pressure to merge into six regional sides to contest a world-class Twenty20 league as English cricket searches frantically for its own high-powered answer to the Indian Premier League.

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25/4/08
ENGLAND STARS CHASE MILLIONS IN NEW TOURNAMENT
The ECB is set to sign an agreement to create two international Twenty20 competitions, backed by Sir Allen Stanford, the Texan billionaire, that will make England’s cricketers millionaires.
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27/4/08
EALHAM SHINES TO DISPATCH IRELAND
Veteran all-rounder Mark Ealham took 4-39 off 10 overs as Nottinghamshire eased to a 56-run FP Trophy win against Ireland in Dublin.
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