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  • Love Sussex Cricket - It's never too late!


    Entrepreneur, city councillor and Players’ Club member, Tom Bewick, was a late convert to cricket. Here he explains why the club has become such a huge part of both his family’s and business life. (Right: Tom and his son Elliot, at The 1st Central County Ground. Photo: Mi Elfverson) When I was still a teenager, I was rushed i..

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  • Junior Shark of the Year 2016


    As the end of the season approached, we partnered with long-term Junior Sharkz ( sponsors, English’s of Brighton (, to champion one young cricketer for their hard work and determination over the past year. Chosen for his passion for cricket, dedication to the team..

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  • Sports Therapy mattresses and Sussex Cricket


    Sports Therapy mattresses are made specifically for people with an active lifestyle - from casual joggers to professional athletes like the Sussex County Cricket team. Promoting therapeutic sleep, the mattresses refresh sports aches and pains and alleviate pressure points throughout the body. Meanwhile, airflow technology works with the breatha..

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  • The making of the #SussexFamily


    As its official marketing partner, Pleece & Co constantly works with Sussex Cricket to look for ways to innovate and bring new audiences and people into the Club. Indeed, one of Sussex Cricket's key aims is to help the game to appeal to a wider audience. Working closely with Tom Rose, Sussex Cricket marketing manager, and the team at S..

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  • Sussex and Pakistan


    They may not have been as great in number as Australians or Indians, but three of Pakistan players who have represented Sussex certainly make up for it in terms of talent. Mushtaq Ahmed, Imran Khan and Javed Miandad would all be contenders for an all-time XI of Pakistan players. To the current generation of Sussex fans, Mushtaq’s ..

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  • Workplace B’Ashes 2015


    The third workplace B’Ashes took place on Wednesday 2nd September at the County Ground. The day commenced at 11.00 AM with tea, coffee and bacon baps. After registration and a quick overview of the rules and the 2015 Workplace B’Ashes began! Each team included at least one female, and played a minimum of 3 ma..

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  • Meeting my women’s cricket hero


    Scott Rollings has been following the women's game for half-a-decade. In his second blog for us in the build-up to the Women's Ashes, he tells us about meeting his hero, Holly Colvin. It’s obvious that whilst watching sports, you’re always going to have your favourites. It didn’t take long for me to take a liking to left-..

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  • Looking forward to the Ashes summer


    Scott Rollings has been following the women's game for half-a-decade. Here he talks about his passion for the game and outlines why this Ashes summer is a big one. Enjoying the Ashes summer? I know I am! Whilst I’m sure you’ll all be supporting the men’s team throughout the series, let’s not forget that the England&..

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  • King of the seaside swingers

    Throwback Thursday


    Cricket and the seaside have always gone together. Sussex have played at festival grounds like Scarborough, Weston super Mare, Eastbourne, Southport and Hastings while at Swansea, Glamorgan’s old-timers used to reckon that when the tide was rolling in the ball would start to swing all over the place at the St Helen’s ground a six hi..

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  • Don has his day

    Throwback Thursday


    In this era of big bats and small boundaries phenomenal feats of scoring are pretty commonplace. England made 400 in a 50 overs international last week, a feat that was unthinkable a decade ago. Who knows? In ten years' time a score of 500 from 50 overs might seem like a throwback to a distant age. Back in the 1950s scoring 400 runs in ..

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