10th February 2014
ECB has confirmed that Jack Taylor's suspension from bowling for England and in competitive county cricket has been lifted with immediate effect.
26th November 2013
County cricket is set for blast-off in 2014 with a new schedule, new start times and a brand new name for the domestic T20 competition.
13th November 2013
ECB has announced a series of changes to its rules and regulations for first-class cricket from next season which will include the wider use of the Super Over concept, the advent of coloured crease markings and a new 60-second cut off time for incoming batsmen in NatWest T20 cricket.
7th November 2013
The ECB celebrates another major commercial boost ahead of the eagerly anticipated Ashes Series in Australia, in announcing that Royal London will become the headline sponsor of one-day cricket at international, county and recreational levels from 2014.
28th May 2013
Two bowlers - Hampshire's Glenn Querl and Gloucestershire's Jack Taylor - have been suspended from bowling, having been subject to the ECB process for bowlers with suspected illegal bowling actions.
21st May 2013
The England and Wales Cricket Board today unveiled a new and ambitious strategic plan which seeks to deliver successful England teams at all levels, to produce a vibrant domestic game as well as increasing and enthusing participation during the period 2014-17