Hick a Winner After Losing Record

LONDON - Cameron White, Somerset's Australian batsman, hammered a world record Twenty20 Cup score pf 141 not out--and still finished up on the losing side!
White's whirlwind 70-ball innings contained 14 fours and six sixes as he raced past the previous highest score of 116 held jointly by Graeme

Hick, the Zimbabwe legend.
But the evergreen Hick, now aged 40, promptly responded with an unbeaten 97 as Worcestershire, the home side, reached a winning 200-7 with an over to spare.
Andrew Flintoff, the star England all-rounder, returned from injury to inspire Lancashire to a seven-wicket win over Notts in Manchester. He took 3-4 in three overs as Notts were shot out for 91, then came in at No.3 to hit a quickfire 10 in Lancashire’s 93-3.
But Flintoff has missed England’s first Test against Pakistan which started at Lord’s on Thursday. Instead, he aims to build up his fitness in time to return as captain for the second Test on his home ground of Old Trafford on July 27. – John Hughes

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