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England Cricket calls time for tea

England Cricket calls time for tea

Yorkshire Tea has signed a commercial agreement to become the “Official Brew of England Cricket”.

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ECB and Sky reward grassroots cricket coaches

ECB and Sky reward grassroots cricket coaches

Sky Sports and the ECB have recognised three cricket coaches at the Sky Sports ECB Coach of the Year Awards for their outstanding services to grassroots cricket.

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Patel earns England increment contract

Patel earns England increment contract

ECB has announced that Nottinghamshire all-rounder Samit Patel has been awarded an England increment contract for 2012-13.

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Thakor to lead U19s in South Africa

Thakor to lead U19s in South Africa

England Under-19s will play two four-day Tests and five one-day internationals versus their South Africa counterparts early next year. Leicestershire’s Shiv Thakor has been named tour captain.

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Bourne identified as Timson successor

Bourne identified as Timson successor

Michael Bourne has been appointed as the ECB’s new Head of Sport Science and Medicine based at the National Cricket Performance Centre at Loughborough University. He replaces Simon Timson.

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Broad out of India T20s

Broad out of India T20s

Stuart Broad has been ruled out of the upcoming two-match T20 series against India with a bruised left heel. Broad will return to the UK immediately to begin a period of rest and rehabilitation. He has been replaced by James Harris.

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