Footage: T20 cricket has landed!

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The Natwest T20 Blast gets underway in the UK this week, with Warwickshire (Birmingham Bears) aiming to defend their title, and as is the case every year, the teams have made promotional videos.

The amusing Andrew Flintoff, who played for the Lightning last season but is now a media man, was there on launch day, chatting to the players and giving them a bit of stick.

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Bears paceman Chris Woakes is excited about the international players they'll have on show, but also the local talent.

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Last season, Nottinghamshire had one of the more creative promo videos, called 'Cricket has landed' and this year they've made a sequel. Oscars all round!

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The Sussex Sharks also made a theatrical video, featuring a boy's dream to play like Luke Wright.

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Glamorgan's South African captain Jacques Rudolph is eager to improve on last year's efforts.

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Durham are facing Northamptonshire on the first day of the event, 15 May, and their fans are excited to see how high the Jets can fly this year. They're not overly confident, mind you…

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