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a felt hat that is round and hard with a narrow brim

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Andrew Bichel did the damage in the first innings when he took four for two in 13 balls and Alamgir Sheriyar ambushed Derbyshire when they followed on 298 runs behind.
Derbyshire, of Oakfield Road, was found guilty of three counts of fraud and one count of theft after a trial.
After wicketkeeper Daryn Smit batted 80 minutes for 34, Tony Palladino and Ravi Rampaul dug in for nine overs to take Derbyshire to 279 for 9, a lead of 186 when the players shook hands at 5.05pm.
Reece joined Derbyshire on a day the departure of another all-rounder, Wes Durston, was announced.
Durham began brightly after tea, picking up two wickets before the close of play on day one to leave Derbyshire 41-2.
Wagg was one of four Glamorgan batsmen to pass 50 but Derbyshire responded well to reach 122 for 2 at the close, 288 runs behind with Billy Godleman unbeaten on 49 from 119 balls.
And on top of that Derbyshire had won the previous five four-day meetings against the Welsh county.
"Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service would like to extend its thoughts and sympathy to the family and friends of the deceased."
The Derbyshire captain was last out for 141 from 195 balls as Derbyshire were bowled out for 269 second time around with only 2.4 overs left.
London, Apr 9 ( ANI ): British writer, John Derbyshire has been sacked by The National Review, a leading American magazine, on charges of writing a racist article.
NORTHANTS v DERBYSHIRE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE captain Andrew Hall made an unbeaten half-century as his side salvaged a draw against Derbyshire on the final day of their County Championship match at Wantage Road.
Summary: Two young girls and two young boys have died in a house fire in a Derbyshire village.
Emergency services were called to a house in Hulland Ward, near Ashbourne, Derbyshire, at 11.30pm last night.
Gardner netted a treble and Matt Derbyshire two as Blues reserves defeated Cheltenham Town in a private friendly at Wast Hills.
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