WICKET - Essex 20 all out Lancashire win by an innings and 105 runs. Topley the last man out lbw to Chapple for 0
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Essex County Cricket club have announced that new Chief Executive Derek Bowden will start work on April 2nd.
The former Ipswich Town Chief Executive was appointed last month.
Nigel Hilliard, Chairman of Essex Cricket said, “We look forward to working with Derek in what will be a momentous period for the Club with the ground redevelopment imminent.”
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There are only 13 days left until Christmas Day. But many children in our region will be spending it in hospital. So to raise a bit of Christmas cheer the Essex cricket team decided to surprise those at Broomfield Hospital.
Essex Head Coach Paul Grayson said he was delighted Mahmood had joined the club.
"I like cricketers who feel they have point to prove to people and he has lots of ability, he's experienced and he's a fit guy who can bowl with good pace as well so we feel Saj will be a real addition to the squad."
Former England fast bowler Sajid Mahmood has signed for Essex.
The Bolton-born paceman was released by former employers Lancashire, his county side for a decade, in September.
The 30-year-old collected eight Test and 26 one-day caps for his country but last featueed in 2009.
Mahmood said: "I am delighted to be joining Essex. Playing at Lancashire was a great experience for me and I thank them for all they did for my cricket. I see this move as a new beginning and can't wait to get started.
Former England seam bowler Sajid Mahmood has signed for Essex.
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Danish Kaneria has been handed a life suspension and labelled "a grave danger to the game of cricket" by the England and Wales Cricket Board after being found guilty of two charges of ECB regulations. Mervyn Westfield has been given a five-year ban after pleading guilty to one offence.