In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The colourful Yorkshireman umpired the first innings of a game between an Old England XI and Lashings World XI at Scarborough Cricket Club.
- In a feast of runs, the home side powered their way to 248, with Yasir Ali cracking 111 in an innings which included 21 fours.
- In a thrilling match, Bury led at the interval by one run, only to allow Bolton a comeback in the second innings and take the game by 10 runs.
- Norths had the opportunity in the bottom of the innings to take the game from Brothers, but conceded their fifth one run loss of the season.
- The tourists improved to make 352 in their second innings, with four batsmen reaching half-centuries.
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