31 October

30 October

29 October

28 October

27 October
Plucking the golden goose (CricInfo)

26 October
Hampshire confirm Pietersen deal (BBC)
Hampshire win the race to sign Pietersen (Guardian)

Pietersen sets sights on Hants success (Sporting Life)
Hampshire pick up Pietersen (Telegraph)
Pietersen swayed by Warne's presence (Times)
Byas rules out big name arrivals (Yorkshire Post)

25 October

24 October
The Marsh mantra: it's all up to you (Independent)

23 October
Expanded local interest enhances Twenty20 Cup (Times)

22 October
The Oval to stage Twenty20 Finals (BBC)

The Oval to host 2005 Twenty20 Finals Day (CricInfo)
Surrey strike a six-figure deal (South London Press)
Oval to host Twenty20 Finals (Sporting Life)
Oval to host Twenty20 final (Telegraph)
ECB outlines new measures to limit overseas influx (Times)

21 October

20 October
Harbhajan Singh invited to play for Surrey (Daily Times)

Don't call me a Bok, says Pietersen (Evening Standard)

19 October

18 October

17 October

16 October

15 October

14 October
Surrey taskmaster demands results (BBC)

13 October
Counties want Pietersen (BBC)
The Oval's groundsman voted best again (CricInfo)

Lancashire settle on captain Chilton (Guardian)
ECB look to safe hands of Collier to take helm (Independent)
Lancashire give top job to Chilton (Telegraph)
Chilton to captain Lancashire (Times)

12 October
Pietersen quits Nottinghamshire (BBC)
Pietersen severs links with Nottinghamshire (CricInfo)
Surrey cool on Pietersen bid (Evening Standard)
Pietersen set for Notts exit (Sporting Life)
Sport in Brief (Times)

11 October
Cricket legend opens new sports hall (Surrey Mirror)

10 October

9 October

8 October
The county merry-go-round (BBC)

Butcher rises to the responsibility (Croydon Advertiser)
Akram signs three-year deal at Brit Oval (Croydon Advertiser)
Moores challenges Chappell for West Indies coaching post (Guardian)
Surrey in search for Saqlain substitute (Independent)
Butcher relishing skipper's role (South London Press)
Akram: I'd play for England (Sporting Life)
Akram puts county before country (Sporting Life)
'Privileged' Dernbach's joining Oval influx (Surrey Advertiser)

7 October
Surrey sign Pakistani duo (BBC)

Akram and Azhar agree terms with Surrey (CricInfo)
Butcher reveals a double vision (Evening Standard)
Surrey sign Pakistan star Akram (Evening Standard)
Pakistan duo join Surrey (Sporting Life)
Surrey sign Pakistan pair (Telegraph)

6 October
Bears sign Loudon as Hogg departs (Birmingham Post)

5 October
County ins and outs for 2005 (BBC)
Stump The Bearded Wonder No 84 (BBC)
Fleming to take reins at Nottinghamshire (Telegraph)

4 October
Fleming signs for Notts (BBC)

Intikhab breaks new ground (BBC)
Fleming named as new Nottinghamshire captain (CricInfo)
Fleming signs up at Trent Bridge (Sporting Life)

3 October

2 October

1 October
Surrey plan squad revamp (BBC)

Butcher takes over as captain of Surrey (Croydon Advertiser)
Tudor pays ultimate price for injury woes (Croydon Advertiser)
Tudor: Surrey sacked me on my mobile (Evening Standard)
Bears miss out on Singh (icCoventry)
Racism hearing ends in acrimony (Guardian)
Tudor aims to bounce back (South London Press)
Ramprakash's double joy (South London Press)
Butcher launches recruitment drive (Sporting Life)
Butcher has a date with destiny (Surrey Advertiser)
Surrey promote Butcher (Telegraph)
Butcher in charge at Surrey as Batty gets the chop (Times)

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