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2009 English cricket season

2009 (2009) English cricket season
County Championship
Champions Durham
Runners-up Nottinghamshire
Most runs Marcus Trescothick (1,817)
Most wickets Danish Kaneria (75)
Friends Provident Trophy
Champions Hampshire Hawks
Runners-up Sussex Sharks
Most runs Ed Joyce (546)
Most wickets Chris Schofield (20)
NatWest Pro40
Champions Sussex Sharks
Runners-up Somerset Sabres
Most runs Nick Compton (458)
Most wickets Ben Phillips (14)
Twenty20 Cup
Champions Sussex Sharks
Runners-up Somerset Sabres
Most runs Jonathan Trott (525)
Most wickets Alfonso Thomas (18)
PCA Player of the Year
Marcus Trescothick
Wisden Cricketers of the Year
Stuart Broad
Michael Clarke
Graham Onions
Matt Prior
Graeme Swann
2008
2010

The 2009 season of England's county cricket saw the four regular tournaments being played: The LV County Championship (first-class), Friends Provident Trophy (50 Over), NatWest Pro40 League (40 Over) and the Twenty20 Cup (T20). All four tournaments featured the eighteen classic county cricket teams, although the Friends Provident Trophy also featured sides from Ireland and Scotland.

Roll of honour

LV County Championship

Divisions

Division One Standings

Division Two Standings

Friends Provident Trophy

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
23 May – The Rose Bowl, Southampton        
 Hampshire Hawks  310/4
5 July – Old Trafford, Manchester
 Middlesex Panthers  266  
 Hampshire Hawks  271
23 May – Old Trafford, Manchester
     Lancashire Lightning  207  
 Lancashire Lightning  262/6
25 July – Lord's Cricket Ground, London
 Essex Eagles  195  
 Hampshire Hawks  221/4
23 May – County Ground, Taunton    
   Sussex Sharks  219/9
 Somerset Sabres  285/8
5 July – County Ground, Hove
 Sussex Sharks  288/4  
 Sussex Sharks  326/7


16 June – County Ground, Bristol
     Gloucestershire Gladiators  292  
 Glocs Gladiators  190/4
 Northants Steelbacks  189  
 

Natwest Pro40

Main article: 2009 Natwest Pro40

Twenty20 Cup

Main article: 2009 Twenty20 Cup

Knockout stage

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
29–30 July – County Ground, Northampton        
 Northants Steelbacks  134/6
15 August – Edgbaston, Birmingham
 Hampshire Hawks  121  
 Northants Steelbacks  136/6
27 July – County Ground, Hove
     Sussex Sharks  137/3  
 Sussex Sharks  152/9
15 August – Edgbaston, Birmingham
 Warwickshire Bears  114  
 Sussex Sharks  172/7
27 July – St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury    
   Somerset Sabres  109
 Kent Spitfires  149/7
15 August – Edgbaston, Birmingham
 Durham Dynamos  93  
 Kent Spitfires  145/5


28–30 July – Old Trafford, Manchester
     Somerset Sabres  146/3  
 Lancashire Lightning  1–5 b/o
 Somerset Sabres  5–1 b/o  
 

References

External links

  • 2009 English cricket season from Cricinfo
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