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NEWS ARCHIVE: APRIL 2002

* The mane event: Nasser Hussain, Sarah Collyer and Tess Daly hit for six by Lions' Den (30 April 2002)
* Frantic schedule has its dangers, says Hussain (29 April 2002)
* Anti Corruption team to audit World Cup venues (26 April 2002)
* ICC targets bad language and behaviour to improve cricket's image (26 April 2002)
* Steve Bucknor closes in on world umpiring record (25 April 2002)
* Kiwis eye third place on ICC table in Pakistan v New Zealand Test series (25 April 2002)
* Aravinda de Silva admits he'd given up hope of playing again (25 April 2002)
* Exciting opening fixtures see women's season underway (24 April 2002)
* Why county cricket can make a grand day out (23 April 2002)
* Pressure on New Zealand women for places on tour (23 April 2002)
* Wallace shines as Glamorgan lose (22 April 2002)
* Spearman scores century in opening county game (22 April 2002)
* Shock as South African paceman Masimula dies suddenly (21 April 2002)
* Jayasuriya keen to shrug off Sharjah fiasco and Muralitharan loss (21 April 2002)
* Surrey post daunting total at The Oval (20 April 2002)
* Officials for Sri Lanka Tour of England (20 April 2002)
* Surrey batsman make Sussex toil (20 April 2002)
* New 2002 Yearbook , a must for all Somerset followers (19 April 2002)
* Viswanath, Procter and Lloyd take charge for England series (19 April 2002)
* County Championship gets under way (19 April 2002)
* Former Gloucestershire scorer dies (19 April 2002)
* No fresh contracts for Kaluwitharana and De Silva (19 April 2002)
* Pakistan victory in Sharjah headlines ICC Cricket World (19 April 2002)
* Jamie Cox will join Somerset players for nets on Friday morning (18 April 2002)
* ICC introduces 'Tough but Fair' Disciplinary Code (18 April 2002)
* ECB and Sport Relief launch Cricket (18 April 2002)
* Championship promotion is our goal (18 April 2002)
* Sri Lanka Squad for 3-Test Series in England (18 April 2002)
* 'Good to be back at Somerset' says Jamie (18 April 2002)
* Don't rule me out of England contention yet, says Stewart (18 April 2002)
* Muttiah Muralitharan to be flown to Australia for Examination (18 April 2002)
* Hampshire team for opening Frizzell Championship match at Canterbury (17 April 2002)
* Yorkshire offers chance to see reigning champions for free (17 April 2002)
* England Women's training squad announced for Indian Summer (17 April 2002)
* Cidermen bat impressively before the rain sets in (17 April 2002)
* Dwan Joins ICC Secondment Scheme from New Zealand Cricket (17 April 2002)
* Kent to develop Beckenham ground (17 April 2002)
* Surrey County Cricket Club bowled over by further AMP support (17 April 2002)
* Franks comeback on hold (17 April 2002)
* ECB anounces fixed penalty disciplinary system (17 April 2002)
* Departure of Sri Lanka Team for England (17 April 2002)
* James announces a bumper benefit! (16 April 2002)
* Shine names a strong side to face Hampshire on Wednesday (16 April 2002)
* ICC Appoint General Manager - Communications (16 April 2002)
* Essex County Cricket Club Announce Profit for 2001 (16 April 2002)
* Friendly: Sussex v Gloucestershire at Hove (16 April 2002)
* Surrey and Sussex to hold two-minute silence (16 April 2002)
* Southern Premier League pair excel for Uni's (15 April 2002)
* Adams leads the Hampshire contingent success stories (15 April 2002)
* Anderson defends the county game in response to Atherton article (15 April 2002)
* Cynicism English cricket's greatest enemy (15 April 2002)
* Cidermen still in control despite losing quick wickets (14 April 2002)
* Will Somerset want Caddick and Trescothick back asks Anderson (14 April 2002)
* Rites of Spring (13 April 2002)
* $2-million jackpot for World Cup winners (13 April 2002)
* Kent sign Shepherd Neame sponsorship deal (13 April 2002)
* International and County Cricket - Playing Condition changes for 2002 (12 April 2002)
* The Bedsers: Twinning Triumphs (12 April 2002)
* Record breaking One -Day action in ICC Cricket World (12 April 2002)
* Friendly: Kent v Gloucestershire (12 April 2002)
* Gloucestershire welcome new 20-over contest (12 April 2002)
* Get with the programme (12 April 2002)
* Australian county imports for 2002: a guide (12 April 2002)
* Gazzard named as wicket-keeper for Millfield match (11 April 2002)
* 20-over cricket arrives 10 days and several years on (11 April 2002)
* Counties back ECB and vote to widen cricket's appeal to new audiences (11 April 2002)
* Azhar Mahmood signs for Surrey (11 April 2002)
* Gloucestershire aim to recapture old magic (11 April 2002)
* Somerset gearing themselves up for the start of the season says Shine (10 April 2002)
* Rain washes out final tour match (10 April 2002)
* ECB Test Match central contracts - Summer 2002 (10 April 2002)
* Fraser moves from pitch to press box (10 April 2002)
* Sussex announce new sponsor (10 April 2002)
* Angus Fraser to retire (10 April 2002)
* Holloway returns to the Somerset side with a century against the Board XI (9 April 2002)
* 2001 Denis Compton Award winners named (9 April 2002)
* England cricketers make over for CricketForce Day (9 April 2002)
* Dickie Bird clock to crown Headingley stand (9 April 2002)
* England launch new international playing and training kits (9 April 2002)
* Powell and Thomas lead Glamorgan to another win (9 April 2002)
* Bulbeck and Parsons star in Somerset victory over West of England Premier League side (8 April 2002)
* Lord MacLaurin backs Fletcher, Hussain and county cricket (8 April 2002)
* Honours even against Boland with plenty of promising signs (7 April 2002)
* Somerset Academy players return from their Australian tour (5 April 2002)
* Somerset Academy boys get their chance to impress in forty over match on Saturday (5 April 2002)
* Fury in Somerset over Wisden comments (5 April 2002)
* Dav Whatmore looks for positive intent in Sharjah (5 April 2002)
* Glamorgan begin tour with a comfortable victory (4 April 2002)
* Drawn series takes New Zealand into fourth place on ICC Test Championship (4 April 2002)
* ICC appoints Security Managers (4 April 2002)
* Latest ICC Test Championship Points Table (4 April 2002)
* Liverpool Victoria in Frizzell County Championship sponsorship deal (4 April 2002)
* Fascinating series left New Zealand with the greater positives (4 April 2002)
* The County Ground a hive of activity on Wednesday. (3 April 2002)
* Test Lights here to Stay! (3 April 2002)
* Notts complete Boje signing (3 April 2002)
* The Prince's Trust and Surrey County Cricket Club celebrate their first partnership helping young people to achieve their goals (3 April 2002)
* Selection boss Hadlee gives his side a pass mark for the summer (3 April 2002)
* Foster appointed as technical advisor for England tour (3 April 2002)
* Parore gets his milestone just in time (3 April 2002)
* England will benefit from player development over the winter (3 April 2002)
* Fleming and New Zealand entitled to respect after stunning comeback win (3 April 2002)
* 'All I want to do is to get out there and play for Somerset' - Johnson (2 April 2002)
* Somerset boss raises the question of player availability for the coming season (2 April 2002)
* Hampshire players return for pre-season training (2 April 2002)
* Another cricket tragedy as Umer Rashid is drowned (2 April 2002)
* Doyen of wicket-keepers believes more back-up is needed (2 April 2002)
* BCCSL announce 15-man squad for England tour (2 April 2002)
* Notts set to sign Nicky Boje (2 April 2002)
* Kiwi hitmen give New Zealand the chance to tie Test series (2 April 2002)
* Tuffey's best sets up series-saving chance for New Zealand (2 April 2002)
* Lighting standard needs to be higher for Tests in New Zealand - Fleming (1 April 2002)
* New Zealand not prepared to concede series yet (1 April 2002)



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