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12:29, 29 JAN 2014
Warwickshire CCC's retained loss of £2.4m despite turnover increase
Cricket club reports profit of £4,500 as sponsorship revenue falls and it misses out on Test matches
Warwickshire CCC reports turnover increase despite not staging Test match
The operating result for the year was a profit of £4.5 million – against a loss of £668,000 in 2012 – including a depreciation charge of £1.4 million following Edgbaston’s recent £32 million redevelopment
Change of name is a good idea, says Dougie Brown
Coach hopes Bears’ new handle also sparks an upturn in fortunes.
Warwickshire CCC 'would have quit Edgbaston' without council's £20m loan
Defending the club’s decision to compete in next season’s Twenty20 as “Birmingham Bears”, Povey insisted the council’s ongoing support has ensured the famous cricket ground remains an asset for the city rather than becoming its “problem child.”
Without loan Warwickshire would have had to leave Edgbaston
Povey defends name change and reveals how council’s £20m loan saved ground.
Warwickshire CCC fans blast 'Birmingham Bears' name change
Cricket team to be renamed for T20 competition in 2014
Jonathan Trott to get full support from Warwickshire CCC, says Povey
Edgbaston chief executive says troubled England batsman will improve once he is surrounded by family and friends back home
Dougie Brown believes Warwickshire to be better balanced
Director of cricket Dougie Brown believes that Warwickshire’s squad will be better balanced for the changes made to it at the end of last season.
City should make more out of 'cricket's FA Cup'
Edgbaston will host the Friends Life t20 finals on August 17, after agreeing a long-term deal to host the event.
Warwickshire CCC in talks with Indian firm over naming deal for Edgbaston stadium
Colin Povey in talks with an Indian firm over naming rights of Edgbaston cricket ground.
Edgbaston looks to win another Indian summer
Cricket ground is already plotting an Indian summer after making waves on the subcontinent
Edgbaston ready to play host to the world’s stage
Edgbaston has been allocated some of the most attractive matches in The ICC Champions Trophy.
England Cricket Team
Edgbaston prepares for England v Australia and India v Pakistan grudge matches
Birmingham to host cricket's ICC Champions Trophy highlight fixtures
What a racket as cricket meets chimps' tea party
WELL bowled mate', 'Lovely bowling', 'Wooaaaar, he's going nowhere matey, great bowling'.
Dougie Brown is delighted with Rikki Clarke's long-term deal
Dougie Brown has warmly welcomed Rikki Clarke's decision to commit his long-term future to Warwickshire.
Birmingham City Council
Payment holiday part of long-term plan - Colin Povey
Colin Povey is confident that Warwickshire will continue to defy the doubters and make a success of their Pavilion End development after activating a 'repayment holiday' clause in their £20million loan from Birmingham City Council.
Jim Troughton confident in Warwickshire Bears strength in depth
Captain Jim Troughton is confident that Warwickshire have sufficient squad-depth to cope with the injuries that have cropped up as they approach the start of new season.