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Record clubs total in 2011

Record clubs total in 2011

A record number of clubs will be taking part in NatWest CricketForce in 2011, with the total registered having surpassed last year's 1,642.

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Trio's contribution recognised

Trio's contribution recognised

Sheila Hill and ECB Board member Bob Jackson were among three people awarded an MBE in the New Year Honours list for services to cricket.

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Mike hits volunteering ton

Mike hits volunteering ton

Junior coaching coordinator Mike Scott scored his maiden century for club side Mottram recently, and he did so without even donning a pair of pads.

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Hampshire announce OSCA winners

Hampshire announce OSCA winners

The Hampshire OSCAs winners were announced at the HCB Volunteers and Chance 2 Shine Recognition Event at the Rose Bowl.

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Fundraisers aim to raise thousands

Fundraisers aim to raise thousands

NatWest CricketForce, the biggest volunteering initiative in UK sport with over 85,000 volunteers, aims to raise thousands of pounds with Fundraisers for grassroots clubs during the August Bank Holiday weekend.

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Day of fun at Durham

Day of fun at Durham

Andrew Younger

The Emirates Durham International Cricket Ground was host to a spectacular event as the first Pan Disability Cricket Family Fun Day took place on July 4.

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New case studies added

New case studies added

Four new case studies have been added to the Volunteer section - profiling a variety of ways to get involved in cricket.

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Episode 1

Episode 1

The ECB Cricket Podcast starts the new season at Harrow St Mary's CC where England skipper Andrew Strauss is hands-on at their NatWest CricketForce event and looks forward to all that awaits in another massive year for English cricket. Plus interviews with England's Craig Kieswetter and Charlotte Edwards, Angus Fraser, ECB's David Collier - and podcast expert Mike Gatting.

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Out with the old, in with the new

Out with the old, in with the new

Old Crossleyans Cricket Club took part in NatWest CricketForce, joining more than 1,600 clubs across the nation who gave their ground a makeover ahead of the new season.

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Bears get busy at Griff and Coton

Bears get busy at Griff and Coton

Warwickshire's players helped out at Griff and Coton Cricket Club - one of a record number who registered for this year's NatWest CricketForce.

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