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Former England, Lancashire, Derbyshire and Hampshire all-rounder Dominic Cork has announced his retirement from cricket.
Dominic Cork hopes the return of the Friends Life t20 competition will trigger a reverse of fortunes for Hampshire.
Hampshire's lower order clung on bravely in the final session of a dramatic last day to deny Yorkshire at Headingley.
Veteran seamer Dominic Cork has signed a new one-year contract with Hampshire.
Dominic Cork is aiming to bowl Hampshire to FP Trophy glory against Sussex on Saturday.
Notts lost by 10 wickets to Hampshire but still squeezed into the FP Trophy quarter-finals.
Dominic Cork has reacted angrily to the Pakistan Cricket Board's criticism of Chris Broad.
Darren Gough is among 20 English players to be entered in the IPL's forthcoming auction.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Dominic Cork has questioned Lancashire's decision to release Stuart Law from the club.
Former England seamer Dominic Cork has signed a two-year contract with Hampshire.
Durham coach Geoff Cook admits the county are unlikely to sign another overseas player once Shivnarine Chanderpaul leaves.
Lancashire captain Stuart Law has slammed the county's decision not to offer Dominic Cork a new contract.
Lancashire have confirmed they will not be offering former England seamer Dominic Cork a new contract for the 2009 season.
Dominic Cork feels England captain Michael Vaughan is to blame for the poor first Test display in New Zealand.
Lancashire failed by just 25 runs to end their 73-year title drought in a dramatic finish at the Oval.
Score updates from the final day of Sussex v Warwickshire
Jos Buttler will be under huge mental and physical burdens as a Test keeper, says Nasser Hussain.
County Champ D1
Sussex win by 226 runs
County Champ D2
Worcestershire win by 8 wickets
Sri Lanka v South Africa Test
Zimbabwe v Afghanistan ODI
Afghanistan win by 100 runs
England were ‘shambolic’ at Lord’s and their experienced players must step up, says Andrew Strauss.
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