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10th June 2015
The Cricket Discipline Commission confirms it has received a complaint from Derbyshire CCC under LV= County Championship Playing Condition 14 regarding the declaration made by Glamorgan Cricket in the LV=County Championship match at SWALEC Stadium between May 3 and 6.
ecb.co.uk News
30th April 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board’s Cricket Discipline Commission has confirmed that Billy Godleman has received an automatic suspension under the ECB’s Directives.
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31st March 2015
Mark Butcher does not expect Yorkshire to retain their LV= County Championship title – and has warned his former county Surrey that they also face a tough battle to gain promotion back to Division One.
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28th November 2014
The ECB has announced the new 2015 fixtures with Friday night NatWest T20 Blast action at the heart of next season’s county programme.
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27th October 2014
The England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed that Leicestershire’s Charlie Shreck and Ben Raine, and Derbyshire’s Billy Godleman have received penalties under the ECB’s discipline code.
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20th August 2014
The England and Wales Cricket Board is inviting entries from young journalists and regional newspapers for the County Cricket Journalism Awards 2014 supported by The Times.
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15th August 2014
The England and Wales Cricket Board’s Cricket Discipline Commission has confirmed Andrew Hall, Tony Palladino and Mark Footitt have received penalties.
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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.
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22nd November 2013
ECB has announced the winners of the ECB's annual Business of Cricket Awards which were held at The Cumberland Hotel in London on Thursday night.
ecb.co.uk News
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.