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ECB prepares for Pakistan no-show
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is making plans to assemble a World XI to contest Monday's Twenty20 international and the following one-day series should Pakistan decide to withdraw

Gough and Broad named in England squad
The England selectors have included Essex’s Darren Gough and Leicestershire’s Stuart Broad in the 16-man One-Day International squad for the forthcoming NatWest International Twenty20

Inzamam waits for ICC verdict
Monday's Natwest Twenty20 International between England and Pakistan remains in the balance as both side wait to see if Inzamam-ul-Haq is convicted of ball tampering

Twenty20 payday upsets Foxes Chief
Leicestershire chairman Neil Davidson has criticised the England and Wales Cricket Board over their poor share of the profits generated from winning the Twenty20 competition

Skipper's tough decisions worked
Leicestershire captain Jeremy Snape outfoxed his opposite number on two occasions as his side became the first to win the Twenty20 Cup for a second time

Allenby keeps his cool at key time
Jimmy Allenby would have every right to feel a nervous wreck at the end of Leicestershire's thrilling Twenty20 Final victory

No-ball slip admitted by umpire
The umpires who officiated at the Twenty20 final at Trent Bridge on Saturday have admitted they should have called the last delivery of the match as a no-ball

We're all devastated
Samit Patel admitted he and the rest of the Notts players were 'gutted' to fall at the final hurdle in their bid for Twenty20 glory

Stallions claim number 1 spot in rankings
cricket20 is pleased to announce a first in world cricket, the Bartercard Power Rankings, 441 games, involving 66 teams, in 6 countries, on 3 continents

One Million Dollar Guyana!
Narsingh Deonarine smashed the penultimate ball of the match for a huge six over midwicket to give Guyana the title in the inaugural Stanford 20/20 Cricket Tournament

Patel upset with no ball call
Nottinghamshire's Samit Patel believes the Outlaws were denied a chance of winning the Twenty20 Cup, claiming the final delivery of the match should have been ruled a no-ball

Maddy deeply happy
Unfashionable Leicestershire confirmed themselves as English cricket’s coolest customers after claiming a second title in three attempts at rain-hit Trent Bridge

Maddy inspires Foxes to cup glory
Darren Maddy was the star of the show as Leicestershire beat Nottinghamshire by four runs to win the Twenty20 Cup

Foxes set the pace thanks to Maddy
Superb batting from Darren Maddy and James Allenby put the Leicestershire Foxes in control at Trent Bridge as they set the Nottinghamshire Outlaws 178 runs to win the 2006 Twenty20 Cup

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