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NEWS ARCHIVE: FEBRUARY 2002

* ICC to announce new Match Referee Panel, Friday 1st March (28 February 2002)
* Fletcher and Hussain sing different verses from same song sheet (27 February 2002)
* Eden Park confirmed as third Test venue after rumours surface (27 February 2002)
* PCB speculation regarding ICC Referees unwarranted (26 February 2002)
* Chris Adams makes plea to England: Don't forget me (26 February 2002)
* Yorkshire annouce financial loss (26 February 2002)
* Sussex announce pre-tax profit (26 February 2002)
* One-day series win no advantage for Test series, but it helps (26 February 2002)
* Fielding and batting in last 15 overs priorities for England (26 February 2002)
* Tick for effort but still work to be done says Fleming (26 February 2002)
* Batting through was the main goal for Astle (26 February 2002)
* In the end individual class was the difference as New Zealand won (26 February 2002)
* Kenneth Clarke elected Notts President (26 February 2002)
* Work starts on the Ridley Stand at Taunton (25 February 2002)
* New format ICC Champions Trophy replaces ICC KnockOut (25 February 2002)
* Gough heads for home with no regrets about missing Test series (25 February 2002)
* Vaughan injury puts him in doubt for first Test (25 February 2002)
* Vaughan ruled out of one-day decider (25 February 2002)
* Batsmen under pressure as series winner is sought by New Zealand (25 February 2002)
* Steve Dunne first umpire to reach 100 ODIs (25 February 2002)
* Fleming says as game changes Duckworth/Lewis should change (25 February 2002)
* Somerset scorer on the move to provide a new service (24 February 2002)
* Time is running out to sign up at discounted prices (24 February 2002)
* Late decision to be made on pitch for first Test (24 February 2002)
* Disappointed Hadlee says some players not helping themselves (24 February 2002)
* World Cup beckons for quick-learning Vaughan (24 February 2002)
* New Zealand's batting depth worried Hussain (23 February 2002)
* It's all about baking the cake first before icing it (23 February 2002)
* It's now Carisbrook or bust for England and New Zealand (23 February 2002)
* Another job for Robbo to add to his long list! (23 February 2002)
* Former Somerset skipper Ben Brocklehurst celebrates his eightieth birthday (23 February 2002)
* Almost all at Sea (23 February 2002)
* Ronan Doherty - what a bouncer! (22 February 2002)
* Darren Gough stars in second edition of (22 February 2002)
* Relaxed Thorpe the key man for England batting hopes (22 February 2002)
* Portable pitch takes series into unknown territory (22 February 2002)
* Wicket-keeper Gazzard ready to take his chance (21 February 2002)
* Changes afoot in the Colin Atkinson Pavilion (21 February 2002)
* Fletcher wants continuation of control in Auckland (21 February 2002)
* Test players join England squad on Saturday (21 February 2002)
* Parore's absence would be felt by spinner Vettori (21 February 2002)
* Umpires named for NZ-England Test series (21 February 2002)
* Officials for National Bank Test Series appointed (21 February 2002)
* Somerset to appoint a pitch adviser (20 February 2002)
* Pete Sanderson the Youth Development Officer is a busy man. (20 February 2002)
* New Zealand forgot their own lessons while losing in Napier (20 February 2002)
* Winning England performance about putting things right (20 February 2002)
* Collingwood looking for more pace from bowling action (20 February 2002)
* Collingwood the hero as England take 43-run win in Napier (20 February 2002)
* ICC Referees Commission postponed for Executive Board consideration (19 February 2002)
* England bowler toasts extra-special delivery (19 February 2002)
* Bouncer could rear its head in Napier match (19 February 2002)
* England still keen to win series 3-2 (19 February 2002)
* Anderson talks about his England players (18 February 2002)
* Gordon the Goose back at the County Ground (18 February 2002)
* Kevin Shine back at work, but the pansy story rumbles on (18 February 2002)
* Trescothick prepared to put in extra work if required as 'keeper (18 February 2002)
* Batting formula is one Aberhart would like to see more often (18 February 2002)
* Vincent takes Jonty's hints but wants to be his own man (18 February 2002)
* New Zealand manager knows nothing of match referee's warning (17 February 2002)
* Mental side of England's game has coach concerned (17 February 2002)
* England have the ability, they just haven't shown it (16 February 2002)
* Fleming says team is closer to where it wants to be (16 February 2002)
* Hadlee throws down the gauntlet to his players, and to England (16 February 2002)
* Adaptation the key in record New Zealand win over England (16 February 2002)
* Work gets underway on the new Sir Vivian Richards Gates. (15 February 2002)
* Gough will not play in NZ Tests - Graveney (15 February 2002)
* Graeme Hick reappointed Worcestershire captain (15 February 2002)
* Wellington 30 Knots Landing (15 February 2002)
* ECB Chairman warns of burn-out risk (15 February 2002)
* World Cup should be corruption-free, says ICC (15 February 2002)
* Weather conditions in Wellington could result in slow pitch (15 February 2002)
* The new season is full of expectation says Jamie (14 February 2002)
* Beyond the Boundary (14 February 2002)
* Fletcher plays down Gough speculation (14 February 2002)
* ECB National Academy XI suffer defeat at the hands of South Australia 2nd XI (13 February 2002)
* Partnership building New Zealand's next aim (13 February 2002)
* Ownership bid needed for England middle-order (13 February 2002)
* Leading Kent players to search schools for talent (13 February 2002)
* England's collapse more costly than New Zealand's (13 February 2002)
* Wicket-keeping warhorse set for fresh charge (12 February 2002)
* Test Championship Trophy at stake in second leg of title showdown (12 February 2002)
* ICC TV show takes Cricket around the World (12 February 2002)
* Now for a one-day series with plenty of meaning (12 February 2002)
* Butler keen to make most of opportunity for New Zealand (12 February 2002)
* New Zealand looking to make most of home advantage (12 February 2002)
* Unprecedented demand at Somerset Centre of Excellence (11 February 2002)
* Anderson spells out his concerns at possible changes to game (11 February 2002)
* ECB seeks County Development Officers (11 February 2002)
* War of words over Gavaskar comments may not be finished (11 February 2002)
* England want to make big impression in first two ODIs (11 February 2002)
* Fletcher optimistic about England's prospects (10 February 2002)
* England on course after victory in Hamilton (10 February 2002)
* Nevin and Tuffey get international recall for England series (10 February 2002)
* Speed will "chat" with Gavaskar over conflicts of interest (9 February 2002)
* Lord Condon to Visit Sharjah (8 February 2002)
* Hollioake out of first one-day clash (8 February 2002)
* Cyclone Doull rocks England in first game loss in New Zealand (8 February 2002)
* Surrey win battle to keep Hollioake (7 February 2002)
* Alan Haines takes over as Gloucestershire chairman (7 February 2002)
* Fletcher responds to Gavaskar slur as England prepare for New Zealand (7 February 2002)
* Gloucestershire seek third scorer for county cricket (6 February 2002)
* ICC Appoints Chief Financial Officer (6 February 2002)
* Peter Anderson turns his thoughts to the new season (5 February 2002)
* 'Blackie' starting to feel the benefits of his diet (5 February 2002)
* A learning experience for the Indian team (5 February 2002)
* Northamptonshire release Innes and Weekes (5 February 2002)
* A fitting finale to a thrilling series (5 February 2002)
* Nasser Hussain, take a bow (5 February 2002)
* Hussain plays all the right strokes at tour opening conference (5 February 2002)
* Flintoff's shirtoff was a reflection of player's delight (5 February 2002)
* Hollioake likely to stay with Surrey (4 February 2002)
* A one-day fightback to do England proud (4 February 2002)
* New assistant coach excited by developments at Somerset (3 February 2002)
* Hussain thrilled at England's Mumbai victory (3 February 2002)
* England square series in Mumbai thriller (3 February 2002)
* Asoka de Silva to stand in first NZ-England Test (3 February 2002)
* Indians throw thriller away (2 February 2002)
* Jimmy Eaglestone - a member of the 1948 Championship winning team - has died (1 February 2002)
* English report card doesn't make good reading (1 February 2002)
* India paid heavily for their reckless batting (1 February 2002)



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