31 July
Surrey left ruing decision to bat (Oval World) 
Rain thwarts Yorkshire progress (BBC) 
Mates set highest opening stand of year... (Bradford Telegraph & Argus) 
Kruis puts Surrey to the sword (Guardian) 
Yorkshire in Kruis control (Northern Echo) 
Yorkshire v Surrey Day 2 (Sporting Life) 
Rain the winner on day two at Headingley... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Things go from bad to worse as Brown Caps come... (Surrey Mirror) 
Mascot wins the big race (Surrey Mirror) 
Mark Ramprakash robbed of destiny by Deon Kruis' missile (Telegraph) 
Deon Kruis extends Mark Ramprakash's woes (Times) 
Play abandoned at Headingley (Sporting Life) 
Tykes on top thanks to Kruis (Yorkshire Evening Post) 

30 July
Tykes edge ahead against Surrey (BBC) 
Yorkshire in Kruis control (Bradford Telegraph & Argus) 
Key Gloucestershire duo agree new contracts (Bristol Evening Post) 
Rikki's chance to show he made right choice (Evening Telegraph) 
Twenty20 really is a magic brand, just ask Harry Potter! (Mail) 
Yorkshire v Surrey Day 1 (Sporting Life) 
Surrey Kruis-ified in swinging conditions (Surrey CCC Official) 
Mark Ramprakash's woes go on as Deon Kruis hits... (Yorkshire Post) 

29 July
Preview: Yorkshire v Surrey (Oval World) 
Butcher confident after operation (BBC) 
Gidman signs Gloucestershire deal (BBC) 
Gidman stays at Gloucestershire (CricInfo) 
Stumped for an answer (CricInfo) 
Gidman signs Gloucestershire deal (Sporting Life) 
Another successful weekend for Surrey... (Surrey CCC Official) 
County Championship preview (Telegraph) 
EPL Twenty20 franchise plan back in the running (Telegraph) 
Tykes sweating on fitness of key pair (Yorkshire Evening Post) 
Yorkshire look to Darren Gough's return to spark revival (Yorkshire Post) 
Matthew Hoggard one of big name trio sidelined for... (Yorkshire Post) 

28 July
ECB announces £750m rival to the Twenty20... (Independent) 
ECB focus on Champions League (Sporting Life) 
T20 winners are pinky 'n perky (Sun) 
Ramps to pick up where he left off (Surrey CCC Official) 
Kenny wins Twenty 20 Mascot Race (Surrey CCC Official) 
Fans play their part in Twenty20 Cup's costume drama (Telegraph) 

27 July
Surrey a crunch clash for Tykes (Bradford Telegraph & Argus) 

26 July
The Twenty20 revolution that turned innocent sideshow... (Guardian) 

25 July
Glamorgan expose Surrey's fragility (Oval World) 
Tough times for Butcher (Croydon Advertiser) 
Sky high Wallace ends long wait for success (South Wales Echo) 
County show those muscles at long last (South Wales Evening Post) 
Disaster against the Dragons (Surrey CCC Official) 
Dash for cash could bankrupt spirit (Times) 
Wallace and Maynard are Dragons’ stars (Western Mail) 

24 July
Glamorgan end wait for Pro40 win (BBC) 
PCA launches 'addictive behaviour programme' (CricInfo) 
Don't fret on that 100th ton yet, Ramps. It took Hammond... (Guardian) 
More Sunday misery for Surrey (Southwark News) 
Glamorgan v Surrey (Sporting Life) 
More misery as Durham flex their muscles at Guildford (Surrey Mirror) 
Stewart cautious over Twenty20 threat (Surrey Mirror) 
Stubborn Sussex thwart second team's victory... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Walters, Meaker back in frame (Surrey CCC Official) 

23 July
Top cricketers to be given counselling on drink and... (Independent) 
Nicholson well on the road to recovery (Surrey CCC Official) 

22 July
EU ruling could spell end to Kolpaks (CricInfo) 

21 July
New campaign, same old story for Surrey (Oval World) 
Kolpak numbers could be slashed (BBC) 
Feuding barons, tottering Aussie (Croydon Advertiser) 
Tykes spin to win (Northern Echo) 
Durham assess player options (Northern Echo) 
Festival failure for Surrey (Surrey Advertiser) 
Prolific weekend for the Surrey young guns (Surrey CCC Official) 
County Championship: Winners and losers (Telegraph) 
Yorkshire put the squeeze on struggling Surrey (Times) 
Surrey need consistency, warns Batty (Wimbledon Guardian) 

20 July
Surrey slump to third championship defeat (Oval World) 
Rashid impresses in Yorkshire win (BBC) 
Championship heritage still in peril as the rich get richer (Observer) 
Surrey v Yorkshire (Sporting Life) 
NatWest Pro40 starts with a defeat (Surrey CCC Official) 
Ramprakash back in Surrey line up (Surrey CCC Official) 
Dispirited Surrey fall for Steve Harmison (Telegraph) 

19 July
Preview: Surrey Brown Caps v Yorkshire Carnegie (Oval World) 
Smith's double ton puts Durham ahead (Oval World) 
Impressive win sends Durham top (BBC) 
Gidman to stay with Glos (Bristol Evening Post) 
Smith thrives on applied science (Guardian) 
Smith strikes double century to leave Surrey far from... (Independent) 
Durham’s hopes of win fade (Northern Echo) 
Smith shows his willpower to win place in exclusive... (Northern Echo) 
Surrey v Durham Day 4 (Sporting Life) 
Three defeats in four for Surrey in the LV County... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Durham's Will Smith leaves Surrey little hope (Telegraph) 
Will Smith doubles up to gain entry to elite Durham club (Times) 

18 July
Smith and Mustard put Durham in the driving seat (Oval World) 
Smith puts Durham in firm control (BBC) 
Surrey spirits are still high (Croydon Advertiser) 
Mustard and Smith shimmer in the gloom (Guardian) 
Mustard adds flavour to Smith's resilience (Independent) 
Smith is turning the screw (Northern Echo) 
Battling Surrey fall just short (Southwark News) 
Butcher's Block (Southwark News) 
Surrey v Durham Day 3 (Sporting Life) 
Smith double gives Surrey work to do on the... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Will Smith finally shows his class (Telegraph) 
Smith and Mustard give Surrey rude awakening (Times) 

17 July
Newman ends long wait to put Surrey on top (Oval World) 
Smith ton leaves Surrey trailing (BBC) 
A second-class competition (CricInfo) 
Newman shines but depleted Surrey lack stomach to fight (Guardian) 
Fears of overkill as Twenty20 is set to dominate English... (Guardian) 
Draft may be used to even up counties in new Premier... (Guardian) 
Newman rescues Surrey before bowlers bite back (Independent) 
New £50m EPL set to include overseas sides (Independent) 
Twenty20 prison: All counties locked in - but at what cost? (Mail) 
Poor start hinders Durham on first day (Northern Echo) 
Surrey v Durham Day 2 (Sporting Life) 
EPL could generate £50 million (Sporting Life) 
Twenty20 will clear debts (Sporting Life) 
Fans flock to Guildford festival (Surrey Advertiser) 
First win is around the corner (Surrey Mirror) 
Poor Surrey tied in Notts (Surrey Mirror) 
Sheldon: Twenty20 is crucial (Surrey Mirror) 
Smith and Mustard give Durham advantage after... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Mark Ramprakash laid low (Telegraph) 
Keith Bradshaw to help attract English Premier League... (Telegraph) 
EPL to dominate county calendar (Times) 
Scott Newman provides lone ray of light for Surrey (Times) 

16 July
Surrey rally after late collapse (BBC) 
New-look English Twenty20 agreed (BBC) 
ECB unveils new Twenty20 tournament (CricInfo) 
The rich get richer (CricInfo) 
Gidman to stay (Forester) 
Surrey v Durham Day 1 (Sporting Life) 
Remember? Darren Bicknell (Sporting Life) 
ECB confirm Twenty20 vision (Sporting Life) 
Newman ends long wait to put Surrey on top (Surrey CCC Official) 
Counties win out as EPL franchise plan crashes (Telegraph) 
Counties reject idea of top-dollar EPL (Telegraph) 
Dash for Twenty20 cash is crazy (Telegraph) 
County Championship preview (Telegraph) 
Twenty20 plan can strengthen county game (Times) 

15 July
Preview: Surrey v Durham (Oval World) 
Patel's pyrotechnics enable Notts to cling to peak (Guardian) 
Players' union backs Premier League plan on eve of crucial... (Guardian) 
Patel keeps Notts on top as Surrey miss their chance (Independent) 
Three to watch for big Surrey futures (Southwark News) 
Shiv to play for Durham (Sporting Life) 
ECB to debate Twenty20 visions (Sporting Life) 
Pedro to miss clash with the Dynamos (Surrey CCC Official) 
Patel and Swann's day of atonement as Nottingham... (Telegraph) 
Players' union back 'exciting' EPL city plan (Telegraph) 
Surrey frustrated by seventh-wicket pair (Times) 
Jim Cumbes first casualty of Twenty20 row (Times) 
Newman eyes end of drought (Wimbledon Guardian) 

14 July
Surrey have Nottinghamshire following-on (Oval World) 
Patel shines as Notts secure draw (BBC) 
Rival Twenty20 proposal revealed (BBC) 
Patel leaves Surrey searching for first win (CricInfo) 
Notts pay price for brash tactics (Guardian) 
Brainless leaders left in a spin by Mushtaq (Independent) 
Bear necessity (Sky Sports) 
Nottinghamshire v Surrey Day 4 (Sporting Life) 
ECB consider Twenty20 proposals (Sporting Life) 
Soper makes fresh proposal (Sporting Life) 
Butcher disappointed after draw at Trent Bridge (Surrey CCC Official) 
Second team defeated by 33 runs at Hove (Surrey CCC Official) Nottinghamshire batsmen continue to falter (Telegraph) 
Carelessness could cost Nottinghamshire (Times) 

13 July
Surrey frustrate championship leaders (Oval World) 
Notts in danger of Surrey defeat (BBC) 
Surrey on course for first win (CricInfo) 
EPL plans bring whiff of betrayal (Guardian) 
Lack of consultation grounds Bradshaw plan before take-off (Guardian) 
Another three nails hammered in coffin of Test cricket (Independent) 
Nottinghamshire v Surrey Day 3 (Sporting Life) 
Surrey bowl themselves into a winning position... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Mark Ramprakash falls short (Telegraph) 
Twenty20 franchise plan doomed to fail (Telegraph) 
Surrey unfazed by Mark Ramprakash jitters (Times) 
Twenty20 revolution runs into trouble (Times) 
Exciting times for county cricketers (Times) 

12 July
Rain curtails opening day at Trent Bridge (Oval World) 
Nervy Ramprakash misses out again (BBC) 
Radical Twenty20 plan is defended (BBC) 
Afzaal, Spriegel and Jordan fire Surrey (CricInfo) 
Surrey bogged down as they chase first win (Guardian) 
Plans for English Premier League provoke fury (Guardian) 
Twenty20 franchise proposal splits furious Counties (Mail) 
Ramprakash's quest faces Pattinson test (Independent) 
MCC reveals plans for a revolution in cricket (Independent) 
A plan that threatens the fabric of the English game (Independent) 
ECB step in to stop countries rift over Twenty20 contest (Mirror) 
Nottinghamshire v Surrey Day 2 (Sporting Life) 
Clarke expected to resist plans (Sporting Life) 
Bradshaw and Stewart defend plans (Sporting Life) 
Surrey worked hard to build highest score this... (Surrey CCC Official) 
England have Twenty20 vision (Sun) 
Rain stalls Mark Ramprakash's 100th ton (Telegraph) 
Breakaway English Twenty20 worth £1.3bn (Telegraph) 
EPL plan sets off alarm bells (Telegraph) 
Cautious Mark Ramprakash steadies the Surrey ship (Times) 
Twenty20 puts Indian sign on the county set (Times) 
Inspired by fear of losing out to Indian Premier League riches (Times) 
New Twenty20 idea threatens county structure (Times) 
Twenty20 revolution a threat to cricket (Times) 
Test cricket should learn from Twenty20 (Times) 

11 July
Ramprakash defies pacy Pattinson (BBC) 
Butcher puts faith in Ramprakash (BBC) 
Surrey back Champions League idea (BBC) 
Russell enraged by Twenty20 plans (BBC) 
CMW focuses on aggression for Surrey Pro40... (Brand Republic) 
Surrey openers fall on curtailed day (CricInfo) 
Proposal for English IPL-style event (CricInfo) 
'It is a divisive, bootleg proposal' - Glamorgan chairman (CricInfo) 
Newman in a positive mood (Croydon Advertiser) 
Twenty20 blindness (Guardian) 
Cricket fans targeted in Pro40 drive (Precision Marketing) 
On Cricket AM (Sky Sports) 
Nottinghamshire v Surrey Day 1 (Sporting Life) 
ICC keen to avoid ICL court battle (Sporting Life) 
Ramps ready for the big one (Surrey Advertiser) 
Batty and Ramprakash see off swing and seam... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Willow Walks: Field of dreams (Telegraph) 

10 July
Preview: Nottinghamshire v Surrey (Oval World) 
Walters returns to the first team (Surrey CCC Official) 
Is Butcher's time up? (Surrey Mirror) 
Preview: LV County Championship action (Telegraph) 

9 July
Dernbach looks forward to favourite time of year (Surrey CCC Official) 
Brown Caps in England Squad (Surrey CCC Official) 

8 July
Don't panic says Surrey's Batty (Wimbledon Guardian) 

7 July
Play it again, Saqi (CricInfo) 
Surrey slide to the bottom (Southwark News) 
Walters set for return from injury (Surrey CCC Official) 
First Trophy win for Surrey Seconds (Surrey CCC Official) 

6 July

5 July
Gidman set for crunch talks with Bracewell (Forester) 
Sir Alec Bedser turns 90 and reminisces (Times) 

4 July
The endurance of the 'Big Fella' (CricInfo) 
From Surrey pro to knight of the realm (CricInfo) 
Bicknell leads MCC to Denmark (CricInfo) 
Surrey are left shell shocked (Croydon Advertiser) 
Batty warns Surrey it's time to scrap (Surrey Advertiser) 
Cricket greats: Sir Alec Bedser at 90 not out (Telegraph) 

3 July
Van Jaarsveld sees Kent home (Oval World) 
Alex Gidman set to join Warwickshire (Birmingham Post) 
On Second Thoughts: Alec Stewart (Guardian) 
Van Jaarsveld is Kent's 'Roy of the Rovers' (Kent Messenger) 
ICC alter England result (Setanta Sports) 
Cricket AM (Sky Sports) 
Sir Alec Bedser CBE celebrates his ninetieth... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Jordan hat-trick not enough as Surrey Second XI... (Surrey CCC Official) 
Ramprakash showing signs he is feeling the pressure (Surrey Mirror) 
Benning out for some time (Surrey Mirror) 

2 July
Surrey succumb to van Jaarsveld (Oval World) 
Van Jaarsveld heroics sink Surrey (BBC) 
Van Jaarsveld's second ton seals Kent win (CricInfo) 
Van Jaarsveld caps rare achievement as Surrey's toils... (Guardian) 
Surrey v Kent Day 4 (Sporting Life) 
Van Jaarsveld holds nerve to lead Kent to victory (Surrey CCC Official) 
Benning on the comeback trail (Surrey CCC Official) 
Martin van Jaarsveld stands alone for Kent (Telegraph) 
Martin van Jaarsveld leading Kent resistance (Times) 

1 July
Saqlain has Kent in a spin (Oval World) 
Van Jaarsveld gives Surrey a jolt (BBC) 
Van Jaarsveld heaven-sent for Kent (CricInfo) 
Van Jaarsveld fights Surrey tide as Ramprakash drought... (Guardian) 
Van Jaarsveld digs in to save Kent blushes (Kent Messenger) 
Butcher's block (Southwark News) 
Surrey v Kent Day 3 (Sporting Life) 
Wickets tumble at the Brit Oval (Surrey CCC Official) 
Martin van Jaarsveld frustrates Surrey (Telegraph) 
Butcher: Surrey are still aiming high (Wimbledon Guardian) 

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