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All Set For Twenty20 Cheer
It seemed inconceivable a year ago that English cricket should become reliant so soon on the county game for a dose of the feelgood factor but the Twenty20 Cup, which begins today, has quickly established itself as the golden boy of the domestic circuit

Twenty20 still attracts crowds
World Cup football might be dominating the sporting agenda - but there seems no sign of Twenty20 cricket losing its sparkle

Derbyshire have a unique solution
Derbyshire have come up with a novel solution to the rare cricketing problem of sun stop play

2006 Twenty20 Cup Preview
The 2006 Twenty20 Cup gets under way tomorrow night with the Lancashire Lightning looking to go one better then last year after losing in the Final against the Somerset Sabres

Benham set for Twenty20 stormer
Rookie batsman Chris Benham is targeting Twenty20 glory after passing his latest Hampshire examination with flying colours

Twenty20 part of future of cricket
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Veteran Ealham motoring on
It was Henry Ford who said: "Anyone who stops learning is old, whether 20 or 80." That will be music to the ears of Mark Ealham, who, though hardly ancient at 36, certainly qualifies as a veteran of the county circuit

McCullum set for Glamorgan debut
Kiwi star Brendon McCullum scored just eight on his debut as Glamorgan crashed to a heavy defeat in their C&G Trophy tie at Hampshire's Rose Bowl

Ford focused on bringing youth to bear
The Twenty20 Cup has given county cricket a huge shot in the arm, filling grounds with punters who wouldn't have been seen dead at a four-day Championship match. And Kent coach Graham Ford is hoping to give the crowds something to shout about this year

Langer excited by Twenty20 debut
Veteran Australia batsman Justin Langer is looking forward to playing Twenty20 cricket for the first time when he lines up for defending champs Somerset

England beaten and bruised
England extended their wretched sequence of injuries and form to Twenty20 cricket last night

Joyce jinx continues
One player driven away in an ambulance, another sent home because of injury and defeat against a team they should whip

England Determined to Hit Back
England will enter the NatWest Series hoping the outcome of last night's Twenty20 international at the Rose Bowl does not carry the same significance as last summer

Twenty20 thrills the Rose Bowl thousands
A massive Rose Bowl crowd of 20,000 witnessed a thrilling Twenty20 international between England and Sri Lanka - but one that ended in a heartbreaking defeat for Kevin Pietersen and Co

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