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ECB backs Bristol transport campaign

ECB backs Bristol transport campaign

The ECB and Gloucestershire are backing a Bristol transport campaign that could result in the reopening of a train station where fans of WG Grace would disembark to watch him play in the mid-Victorian era.

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Stowford Press England's official cider

Stowford Press England's official cider

The ECB has announced it has appointed Stowford Press as ‘The Official Cider of England Cricket’ in a new three-year deal with Westons Cider.

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Drought - water restrictions and hosepipe ban advisory note for cricket clubs

Drought - water restrictions and hosepipe ban advisory note for cricket clubs

As you may be aware, seven water companies in the South, and East of the Country are currently proposing to introduce a ban on the use of hosepipes from 5 April 2012.

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Clarke to continue as ECB chairman

Clarke to continue as ECB chairman

Giles Clarke has been re-elected as chairman of the ECB following the completion of the election process conducted by Electoral Reform Services.

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Bird made honorary life member

Bird made honorary life member

Dickie Bird has been made an honorary life member of the ECB Association of Cricket Officials - the highest award the organisation can bestow on a member.

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IOG & ECB launch short course groundsmanship training modules

IOG & ECB launch short course groundsmanship training modules

The IOG and ECB are collaborating on a programme of short course training modules that will provide volunteer cricket grounds staff with introductory training and tuition into the preparation and maintenance of playing surfaces in a sustainable way.

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Guha exits England stage

Guha exits England stage

Isa Guha has announced her retirement from international cricket at the age of 26. The Berkshire bowler claimed 148 wickets for England women.

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ECB approves Morgan Review principles

ECB approves Morgan Review principles

The principles of the Morgan Review, which included a wide variety of recommendations and proposals, including basing domestic scheduling on an ‘appointment to view’, were on Thursday approved by the ECB Board.

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Topley and Thakor return for U19s

Topley and Thakor return for U19s

Reece Topley and Shiv Thakor have been recalled to the England U19 squad for the quadrangular series in Australia, also featuring India and New Zealand, after missing the tour of Bangladesh.

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Clarke nominated to continue role

Clarke nominated to continue role

The ECB has announced that Giles Clarke has been nominated for the role of chairman by the 18 first-class counties and MCC for the next term of office up until the ECB’s AGM in three years' time.

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