4th Ashes Test, Melbourne - Day 3 Afternoon
England lose 4 wickets after lunch as they move on to 115-4, a lead of 166.
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Miller names SA squads Geoff Miller talks about Wright, Davies, Plunkett, KP, Bopara, Harmison and Shah
Stepping into the unknown Sussex captain Mike Yardy admitted he is leading his side into the unknown
The unsung heroes The heroes of the grassroots game - the volunteers - gathered for the NatWest OSCAs
Newell takes charge Mick Newell talks to ECBtv after being named coach for the U19s' tour of Bangladesh
Ashes heroes in Newcastle England players Matt Prior, James Anderson and Ravi Bopara made a special appearance at the BUPA Great North Run
Derbyshire take 50+ title Derbyshire took the ECB 50+ County Championship with a final win over Cheshire at Derby
7th NatWest One Day International, The Riverside England take victory in the 7th Natwest ODI by 4 wickets, as they bowl Australia out for just 176.
England v Australia, 6th NatWest One Day International, Trent Bridge Australia (296-8) beat England (185 all out) by 111 runs
England v Australia, 5th NatWest One Day International, Trent Bridge Australia 302-6 beat England 299 All Out by four Wickets
Cook revels in title retention Geoff Cook spoke to ECBtv after Durham held on to the County Championship title
4th NatWest One Day International, Lord's Australia win the 4th Natwest Series ODI by 7 wickets to clinch the series with 3 games remaining.
Title glory looms for Durham Durham move a step closer to retaining the title after a club record score
Durham press towards title Durham dominated day one against Notts as they look to retain the championship
3rd NatWest One Day International, The Rose Bowl Australia have won the third Natwest One Day International by 6 wickets to take a 3-0 series lead.
2nd NatWest One Day International, Lord's Australia set England 250 runs to win, and then bowled England out for 210 in the 47th over, to take the 2nd Natwest One Day International and a 2-0 series lead.
Ashes celebrations The massed fans at npower Cricket in the Park in Regent's Park enjoy England's win at The Brit Oval
1st Twenty20 International, Old Trafford The 1st Twenty20 International was abandoned due to rain, after Australia set England 146 to win and England were 2 wickets down for just 4 runs.
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