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Vaughan hundred lights up Lord's ECBtv reports from the 1st npower Test after a majestic Captain's innings
Day 3 , 1st npower Test Lord's England reach 89-0 before lunch, however constant rain disrupts the rest of the day's play.
International summer gets underway The England squad return with confidence high as they assess both the winter and the future
Day 1 , 1st npower Test Lord's New Zealand end the first day on 208-6, thanks in part to Brendon McCullum's Swashbuckling 97.
Vaughan demands fast start from England England's captain underlines importance of 'winning the first day' as we head into the 1st npower Test at Lord's
England eager to build momentum Peter Moores ready for another battle with New Zealand as the international summer begins
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Onions expects Graham Onions tells ECBtv he is delighted to be named among the Ones to Watch in the Friends Provident Trophy, and is expecting Durham to make a solid defence of their crown
Pietersen loving international challenge Kevin Pietersen takes time out from an LV County Championship outing with Hampshire to talk to ECBtv and reflect on his career with England to date - and outlines the ambitions he still maintains on the international stage
Sales wants to oust rivals David Sales tells ECBtv that good performances against local rivals are the key to progress in the Friends Provident Trophy - as he seeks to live up to being among the four Ones to Watch in the 2008 competition
Finn enjoying the limelight Steve Finn, Middlesex's up and coming bowler, is thrilled to have been chosen among Mike Gatting's Ones to Watch in the Friends Provident Trophy - and is enjoying his spell in the attack so far this season
Gidman keen to deliver Alex Gidman tells ECBtv he is honoured to have been selected by Mike Gatting among the four Ones to Watch in the Friends Provident Trophy this season
Read ready at Notts Chris Read is relishing his new role as skipper at Notts - and is happy to be following a hard act like Stephen Fleming
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