31 July
Sales holds up Surrey (Oval World)
Northants near first win (BBC)
Sales left to battle on as Surrey pile on pressure (Independent)

Northamptonshire v Surrey Day 3 (Sporting Life)
Doshi's graft puts Surrey in control (Telegraph)
Doshi labours to give Surrey edge (Times)

30 July
Ramprakash in a class of his own (Oval World)
Northants batsmen grind on (BBC)
Tudor finally finds lucky formula (Croydon Advertiser)
Accidents will occur (Croydon Advertiser)

Round-up (Guardian)
Clarke turns the corner (South London Press)
Northamptonshire v Surrey Day 2 (Sporting Life)
Run Machine Ramps is Surrey saviour (Sporting Life)
Spearhead Clarke's Festival fightback (Surrey Advertiser)
Ramprakash in masterclass (Telegraph)
Sublime Ramprakash makes the difference for Surrey (Times)

29 July
Ramprakash takes charge (BBC)

Northamptonshire v Surrey Day 1 (Sporting Life)
Meagre pay leaves ECB struggling for applicants (Telegraph)

28 July
Preview: Northamptonshire v Surrey (Oval World)
Captain old and captain new star for resurgent Lions (Oval World)
Surrey play safe with Tudor (BBC)
'Everyone needs time to settle' (CricInfo)

Tudor overlooked by Surrey (Sporting Life)
Captains in harmony (Telegraph)
Hollioake and Batty drive Surrey revival (Times)
The Frizzell County Championship this week (Times)

27 July
Lions overwhelm Northants (BBC)
Surrey v Northants (Sporting Life)

26 July
Preview: Surrey Lions v Northamptonshire Steelbacks (Oval World)
Butcher misses Edgbaston (BBC)
Bears get battered! (Birmingham Post)
Tired Bears slip into mire (Birmingham Post)
Bell and Trott in cruise control (Birmingham Post)
Rikki wrecks Bears' hopes (icCoventry)
Butcher out of second Test with thigh injury (CricInfo)

Butcher crocks himself to make life easy for selectors (Independent)
Surrey hit the heights (Telegraph)
Bunbury Festival to yield another bumper crop of talent (Telegraph)
Azhar sets the tone for Surrey's triumph (Times)

25 July
Bell and Trott ease Warwickshire home (Oval World)
Lions strike down Bears (BBC)
Butcher is Edgbaston doubt (BBC)
Bell has the ring of an England player as leaders ease... (Independent)
Bell knocks out Surrey (Observer)
Eyes shut have it (Observer)
Calypso collapso (Observer)
Surrey v Warwickshire (Sporting Life)
Butcher could miss Second Test (Sporting Life)
Bell runs rings around Surrey (Telegraph)
Butcher faces the cut as in-form Key raises the stakes (Times)

24 July
Preview: Surrey Lions v Warwickshire Bears (Oval World)
Warwickshire on course for double (Oval World)
Bell seals Warwickshire win (BBC)
Batty stands firm to restore Surrey pride (Guardian)

Surrey v Warwickshire Day 4 (Sporting Life)
Butcher left to ponder on sidelines (Telegraph)
Surrey given flicker of hope by fine century from Batty (Times)
Unlucky Butcher feeling resigned to the chop (Times)

23 July
Ramprakash fights lone battle (Oval World)

Surrey refuse to buckle (BBC)
Defiant Ramprakash delays (Birmingham Post)
Stylish Ramprakash fights a lonely battle (Guardian)

Hollioake the Twenty20 master hints at repeat show (Croydon Advertiser)
Benning lends a hand for Lions (Croydon Advertiser)
A pain in the neck (Croydon Advertiser)

Tudor: I feared for my career (South London Press)
Surrey v Warwickshire Day 3 (Sporting Life)
Tudor back to prop up Totesport battle (Surrey Advertiser)
Ramprakash rampant (Telegraph)
Ramprakash underlines evergreen talent (Times)

22 July
Bell and Powell take Surrey up on their invitation (Oval World)
Ramprakash makes lone stand (BBC)
Bell comes of age with cool Powell (Birmingham Post)
Time for aesthetes to have their say (CricInfo)

Time for the revolution (Evening Standard)
Surrey pay high price after Bell cuts loose (Guardian)
Bell and Powell make mockery of Batty choice (Independent)
Surrey v Warwickshire Day 2 (Sporting Life)
Bell and Powell punish Surrey with centuries (Telegraph)
Ruthless Bell takes full toll of Surrey (Times)

21 July
Butcher ruled out (Evening Standard)
Zaheer's injury tale (CricInfo)
England fear over Flintoff and Butcher (Guardian)
England lose the generation game as black Britons,,, (Guardian)
Car crash injury casts doubt over Butcher's Test place (Independent)
Lee brings out big guns (Melbourne Herald Sun)
Lee's blind faith in Lillee (Melbourne Herald Sun)
Surrey v Warwickshire Day 1 (Sporting Life)
Butcher ruled out (Sporting Life)
Butch short of the Mark (Sun)
Frizzell County Championship preview (Telegraph)

Spanner in works for England (Telegraph)
Butcher injury sets up stiff challenge for Key (Times)
The Frizzell County Championship this week (Times)

20 July
Preview: Surrey v Warwickshire (Oval World)
Butcher fitness scare (Ananova)

Surrey v Warwickshire (BBC)
Hollioake considers return (BBC)
Butcher hurt in accident (BBC)
Zaheer sidelined by injury (BBC)
Worcester go out in stutter (Birmingham Post)
Lee finds blind spot during run-up research (Brisbane Courier Mail)
Car accident could rule Butcher out (CricInfo)
Zaheer Khan ruled out of Bangladesh match (CricInfo)
Hollioake won't be a quick fix (Evening Standard)
Hollioake rules in brief as Lions run goes on (Guardian)
Hollioake overshadows Handy Andys to lift Surrey (Independent)
Butcher may be out after crash (Reuters)
Ramps wants Hollioake to carry on (Sky Sports)
Frizzell County Championship preview (Sporting Life)
Butcher's Test run could end (Sporting Life)
Lee set for County stint (Sydney Morning Herald)
Surrey on the march with Hollioake (Telegraph)
New setback to Butcher's Test hopes (Telegraph)
Hollioake sees off challenge of Royals (Times)

19 July
Lions roar into Cup semis (BBC)

Oval packed for Twenty20 (BBC)
Surrey have the last word (Telegraph)
Tudor caps return with grin and win (Times)

18 July
Lions grab rare win (BBC)

England include Butcher (BBC)
Butcher passed fit to play in opening Test (CricInfo)
Roaring Twenty20s to go international (Observer)
Ramprakash finds devil within (Telegraph)

17 July
In Mahmood for winning (South London Press)
Hollioake v Hick battle draws fans (Telegraph)
Caribbean flavour is missing ingredient from Twenty20 (Telegraph)
The bottom line (Telegraph)

Unbeaten Surrey to face Worcestershire (Times)

16 July
Twenty20 reaches new heights (BBC)
Surrey given home tie against Worcestershire (CricInfo)

Same old story as Lions slayed by Gladiators (Croydon Advertiser)
Hollioake looks to end on a high (Croydon Advertiser)
Twenty20 a real lift (Croydon Advertiser)

Thousands roll up at Lord's (Evening Standard)
Hollioake thrills the multitudes (Guardian)
Injured Bicknell forced to miss festival clash (Surrey Advertiser)
28,000 see Surrey tighten grip (Telegraph)
Fans flock to Lord's pilgrimage (Times)

15 July
Surrey thrill packed Lord's (BBC)

Rixon lets rip (CricInfo)
Lord's told to keep the noise down on first night (Times)

14 July
Lee's proposed stint in India evokes mixed reaction (Hindu)

Butcher still waiting for one-day call (Mirror)
The Frizzell County Championship this week (Times)

13 July
England call goes out to 10 new faces (Guardian)

12 July
Lions lose their way against nearest rivals (Oval World)
England overlook Butcher (BBC)
England overlook Butcher for Champions Trophy (CricInfo)

Butcher left out (Evening Standard)
Selectors keep an eye on Butcher (Sporting Life)
Rock-bottom Surrey pin hopes on Lee arrival (Telegraph)
New faces for England (Telegraph)
Gladiators thrive after lack of application by Surrey (Times)

11 July
Gladiators crush poor Lions (BBC)
Butcher set for ODI squad (BBC)
Surrey keen on Lee (BBC)
Lee to train in India (CricInfo)
Inside edge (Observer)
Surrey v Gloucestershire (Sporting Life)
Lee off to India to get head start (Sydney Morning Herald)

Lord's now sold on Twenty20 Cup (Telegraph)

10 July
Preview: Surrey Lions v Gloucestershire Gladiators (Oval World)
Injury concern for Butcher (BBC)
Lord's relishes Twenty20 (BBC)

Intikhab Alam appointed as coach of Punjab (CricInfo)
Butcher crafts perfect 10 (Guardian)
Twenty20 is number 1 (Sporting Life)
Hollioake makes the difference (Telegraph)
Key's bold charge falls short (Times)

9 July
Kent fall short of Surrey (BBC)

Lee keen on county stint (BBC)
Lee looking for county contract (CricInfo)
Twenty20 success lifts Batty's troops (Croydon Advertiser)
Blewett all set to meet challenge (Croydon Advertiser)
A brilliant opening (Croydon Advertiser)
Torture for Tudor (Evening Standard)
Smokey is on fire (South London Press)

Injury blow for Ormond (South London Press)
Surrey v Kent (Sporting Life)

8 July
The cream is rising to the top (CricInfo)
Benning has Twenty20 vision (Surrey Mirror)

7 July

6 July
Over and out (Telegraph)

Twenty20: The full monty (Times)

5 July
Tickets to the Brit Oval (BBC)
Hollioake proves prowess with ball (Telegraph)

4 July
Ramprakash plays the Lions' king (Independent)
Ramprakash's stroke of class (Telegraph)
Profits surge to the power of 20 (Telegraph)

3 July
Surrey enjoy more success (BBC)
Hollioake guides Surrey to victory (Guardian)
Hollioake's deadly spell sinks Sussex (Independent)
Surrey v Hampshire (Sporting Life)
Quick fix to Surrey form (Telegraph)

Cultured approach benefits Surrey (Times)

2 July
Cup holders open with a win (BBC)
Lord's Twenty20 ticket sales top 15,000 (CricInfo)
Injury crisis threatens Twenty20 defence (Croydon Advertiser)
Sampson relies on basic instincts (Croydon Advertiser)
A ray of sunshine (Croydon Advertiser)
Twenty20 love affair still on (Guardian)
Benno's Twenty20 vision (South London Press)

Sussex v Surrey (Sporting Life)
Frantic format looks like winning formula (Telegraph)
Soper rails at ECB's Zimbabwe promise (Telegraph)

1 July
England release Clarke (BBC)
Blewett joins Surrey (BBC)
Twenty20 ones to watch (BBC)
Surrey's injury crisis deepens (CricInfo)
Zaheer corrects bowling action (CricInfo)

Dead end England (Mirror)
All set for thrills and spills - Ward (Sky Sports)
Blewett joins Surrey (Sporting Life)
Clarke released (Sporting Life)

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