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This section contains the latest news and features related to Facilities & Investment and Club programmes - including NatWest CricketForce

Free Bowdry for Ashtead

Free Bowdry for Ashtead

Bowcom, one of the Official Supporters of NatWest CricketForce 2009, is providing a free Bowdry (Water Hog) to Ashtead CC - where ECB will launch this year's event next month.

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New guidelines on rolling pitches

New guidelines on rolling pitches

New guidelines launched by Cranfield University and the ECB could save over 700,000 hours of cricket pitch preparation time across the UK through more effective use of rollers.

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CricketForce comes to Kent

CricketForce comes to Kent

Kent supporters are being given the opportunity to get involved at their Canterbury ground by volunteering to help tidy up before the new season starts as part of NatWest CricketForce.

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Highway going the right way

Highway going the right way

With NatWest CricketForce weekend looming large in many cricket clubs' calendars, Highway decided to get in some much-needed preparation ahead of the big event.

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ECB battles utility hikes

ECB battles utility hikes

ECB has been working with CCPR for several months to address potentially devastating increases in utility charges - with ECB's Mike Gatting at the heart of the campaign.

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Gatting urges clubs to join up

Gatting urges clubs to join up

Mike Gatting will be pulling on his overalls for NatWest CricketForce weekend and hopes you will be able to join him when it kicks off over April 3-5.

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Green activities make print

Green activities make print

ECB and NatWest CricketForce's green credentials have been given a showcase in a leading construction industry journal.

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ECB backs school cricket challenge

ECB backs school cricket challenge

Schools Secretary Ed Balls has pitched up a pair of challenges for schools: to expand the reach of cricket and to come up with innovative ways to use the sport to raise standards across the curriculum.

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Record numbers expected

Record numbers expected

NatWest Cricketforce organisers are expecting a record number of entrants after 1,180 clubs registered for this year's event, from April 3.

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Cheadle get Staffs showcasing

Cheadle get Staffs showcasing

Every year ECB picks five cricket clubs across the country to be our NatWest CricketForce showcase clubs - and the habit is catching around the counties too.

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