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22nd September 2015
Gloucestershire secured a clean sweep of victories at the weekend as the county’s one-day side won the Royal London One-Day Cup and their under-11s boys’ and girls’ teams won the first Gilbert Cup competition. News
13th August 2015
The ECB’s Cricket Discipline Commission has confirmed that Ryan Sidebottom, James Fuller, Aadil Ali, Nick Gubbins and Michael Richardson have received penalties under the ECB’s directives. News
30th June 2015
Six young cricketers have made it on to this year’s shortlist for the LV= Breakthrough Player award, the accolade which recognises emerging young talent in the domestic four-day game. News
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. News
21st January 2015
Sixteen young England fast bowlers from across the men’s and women’s development programmes will travel to the High Performance Institute of Sport in Potchefstroom in the next month to take part in intensive skill based and strength and conditioning training camps. News
17th December 2014
Following receipt of recommendations from the Major Match Group, the England and Wales Cricket Board have confirmed the award of major matches from 2017-2019. News
29th November 2014
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced the winners of the 2014 Groundsman of the Year Awards. News
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. News
12th November 2014
Scott Borthwick, Ben Foakes, Will Tavare and Tom Westley will play in Sri Lanka Cricket’s major domestic competitions – the First Class Premier Trophy and List A Premier Limited Overs Tournament – this winter. News
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.