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5th August 2015
Get right up to speed with all the vital information on the fourth Investec Ashes Test at Nottingham's Trent Bridge.
Andy Wilson
25th March 2015
Warwickshire have identified the NatWest CricketForce weekend as the perfect chance for “one last push” in one of the most worthy and exciting initiatives in the whole of the county game.
Tom White
3rd March 2015
ecb.co.uk recalls a classic England World Cup match, James Anderson's emergence with four wickets against Pakistan in 2003. We also have free highlights.
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4th January 2015
It is not just the England men’s team that has a busy 2015 ahead of them. Charlotte Edwards’ side also have plenty to look forward to over the next 12 months. Inside ecb.co.uk looks at what is on the agenda for the women.
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3rd January 2015
2015 promises to be another action-packed year for England. Inside ecb.co.uk looks at what the next 12 months, which include a World Cup and Ashes series, has in store for Peter Moores’ side.
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1st January 2015
In our latest Throwback Thursday offering, and with the World Cup in mind, ecb.co.uk looks back at England's coloured one-day international kits, from the 1992 World Cup to the present day.
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31st December 2014
Not everything went England’s way in 2014, but there were still plenty of moments over the last 12 months that give reason to be optimistic going forward. Inside are a few highlights.
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27th December 2014
A spot of Christmas shopping for Angus Fraser and Middlesex, with confirmation that Nick Compton will be returning to Lord’s, brought county cricket back into the limelight in deepest December. ecb.co.uk's Andy Wilson looks at the other business done by counties this winter.
Rob Barnett
24th December 2014
ecb.co.uk spoke to Ray Markham, the press box scorer for home England internationals, about his summer work and the other strings to his bow, some of which make him a busy man in the build-up to Christmas.
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18th December 2014
The story of a Yorkshire-born builder, Justin Peacock, who has invested in a self-starting project that has provided opportunities to more than 1,000 students and orphans in Galle, Sri Lanka, including through improving cricket facilities.