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“Friends Life is lead sponsor of the PCA Benevolent Fund and Friends Life t20 – www.facebook.com/FriendsLifet20”
“Yorkshire beat Durham in front of a near-capacity crowd in the Friends Life t20 on Sunday to keep alive faint hopes of qualifying for the quarter-finals and they had much the best of the first day against Worcestershire in a championship match that has a relegation feel about it.”
“Durham's Paul Collingwood finished with five for six against Northamptonshire, including the second hat-trick of the season in the Friends Life t20 competition.”
“It was the second hat-trick in this season's Friends Life t20 competition, following Wahib Riaz's effort for Kent against Gloucestershire.”
“England has responded sniffily towards Champions League t20 ever since the ECB failed to reach agreement with the Indian board to jointly promote the tournament, but if Somerset, defeated in five domestic finals in three years, take the winning prize of $2m the practised show of disinterest from on high could be hard to maintain.”
“Shahid Afridi celebrated his home debut for Hampshire by taking five wickets in a 16-run Friends Life t20 victory over Gloucestershire at the Rose Bowl.”
“In Hampshire's innings, Afridi, whose debut against Essex on Thursday coincided with the defending champions' first t20 loss of the season, managed to score only five before he was caught off the bowling of the visitors' acting captain, Kane Williamson.”
“The Somerset spinner Arul Suppiah took world-record Twenty20 figures of six for five in his side's five-wicket Friends Life t20 victory over Glamorgan at Cardiff.”
“Future cuts would have to be found from one of the other two competitions – the Friends Provident t20, which the majority of counties wish to protect in its current form, or the County Championship.”
“Scott Styris, a former team-mate of Parore's, has been rapped by the ECB for wearing orange, white and blue boots while playing for Essex in the Friends Life t20.”
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