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1988 English cricket season

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Start date  1988
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The 1988 English cricket season was dominated by Worcestershire who won the first of two successive County Championships and also a second successive Sunday League title.

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Cricket made the front pages of national newspapers, due to the "Summer of four captains" phenomenon that afflicted the England national team, during its five match series against West Indies. England lost the five match series 4-0. Sri Lanka also toured England to compete in a one match test series with England. England won 1-0.

Honours

  • County Championship - Worcestershire
  • NatWest Trophy - Middlesex
  • Sunday League - Worcestershire
  • Benson & Hedges Cup - Hampshire
  • Minor Counties Championship - Cheshire
  • MCCA Knockout Trophy - Dorset
  • Second XI Championship - Surrey II
  • Wisden - Kim Barnett, Jeff Dujon, Phil Neale, Franklyn Stephenson, Steve Waugh
  • Annual reviews

  • Playfair Cricket Annual 1989
  • Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1989
  • References

    1988 English cricket season Wikipedia


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