Warwickshire County Cricket Club’s schedule for the two-week pre-season tour of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been unveiled with the Bears set to take on the 2012 ICC World T20 champions, West Indies.
The England & Wales Cricket Board has today announced fixtures for the 2016 domestic season with Warwickshire County Cricket Club starting their County Championship campaign on Sunday 10 April against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.
With a race to gain full fitness ahead of the Australia’s successful ICC Cricket World Cup campaign, the media spotlight was very firmly on Captain Michael Clarke on 1 February, as he began his comeback from a back injury in Sydney for Western Suburbs against Gordon CC.
After hosting a famous England victory in the Investec Ashes Test Match and a record-breaking Royal London One Day International (ODI) win over New Zealand, tickets for Edgbaston Stadium’s 2016 international cricket fixtures are now on-sale.
Birmingham Bears batsman Brendon McCullum has been handed a CMJ Spirit of Cricket Award in recognition of his conduct during New Zealand’s tour of England, which he captained in May and June earlier this year.
Director of cricket Dougie Brown admitted that Birmingham Bears "just didn't deliver our skills" as they relinquished their hold on the NatWestT20Blast Trophy with a five-wicket semi-final defeat to Northants Steelbacks.
Richard Levi again guided Northamptonshire Steelbacks to a NatWest T20 Blast Final with an unbeaten 63 as the 2013 champions defeated reigning NatWest T20 Blast holders Birmingham Bears by five wickets.
Following qualification for our second consecutive NatWest T20 Blast Finals Day at Edgbaston, on Saturday 29 August, the Club will release an extra allocation of tickets for our Members and supporters.