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3rd March 2016
Yorkshire all-rounder David Willey has been awarded an England increment contract for 2015-16.
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26th February 2016
England selectors announced that Yorkshire pace bowler Liam Plunkett will replace Steven Finn in the 15-man ICC World T20 squad.
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25th February 2016
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced the playing schedule and team names for the six hosts that will compete in the inaugural Women’s Cricket Super League.
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26th January 2016
Liam Plunkett has been ruled out of the remaining two matches of England Lions’ one-day series against Pakistan A in Dubai, and will fly to South Africa on Wednesday to continue his rehabilitation with the fast bowlers on the Potential England Performance Programme in Potchefstroom.
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4th December 2015
ECB announced the winners of this year’s Business of Cricket Awards which were staged in London on Thursday night and celebrate Communications and Marketing excellence across the county game.
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2nd December 2015
ECB has announced the full match schedule for all three domestic competitions in 2016 along with an international programme which will see England men take on Sri Lanka and Pakistan, England women host Pakistan women, and tours by both Pakistan ‘A’ and Sri Lanka ‘A.’
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1st December 2015
Yorkshire will begin the defence of their LV= County Championship title against Hampshire after the first set of fixtures for each competition were released on Tuesday.
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28th November 2015
Yorkshire’s domination of the County Championship continued at Friday night’s Groundsman of the Year Awards in Derby, as Andy Fogarty’s pitches at Headingley earned him the main prize for four-day cricket.
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18th October 2015
Yorkshire all-rounder David Willey has signed to play for Perth Scorchers in the fifth edition of the KFC Big Bash League this winter.
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14th September 2015
ECB Chairman Colin Graves has paid a glowing tribute to the former England and Yorkshire captain Brian Close CBE whose death at the age of 84 was announced on Monday.