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ecb.co.uk News
21st August 2014
Water and grass play a critical role in the pace and bounce of a cricket pitch. The new outfields installed at the international cricket grounds in England and Wales have really helped to reduce the time lost to rain delays in cricket
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17th July 2014
As in the Second World War, opinion was sharply divided over the morality of staging cricket matches during the 1914-18 Great War. Was it “acceptable” or was it unpatriotic?
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14th July 2014
On October 15, 1915, cricket's Grand Old Man, Dr W.G.Grace, shook his fist helplessly at the night sky. In his high-pitched Gloucestershire voice, he cursed the barely visible monster as it groaned sinisterly through the clouds
ecb.co.uk News
21st May 2014
Gopi Raj could not find what he was looking for – so he founded his own league, with impressive results.
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2nd January 2014
England's tally of 22 Test wins at the Sydney Cricket Ground is their highest at any venue in Australia.
Matt Sherry
31st December 2013
The final match of the 2002-03 Ashes series at Sydney would prove to be Andy Caddick’s last Test, yet he reflects proudly on England salvaging a 4-1 scoreline.
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25th November 2013
Ahead of the release of the 2014 season fixtures at 9.30am on Tuesday, Gloucestershire batsman Alex Gidman has revealed his ambitions for the campaign.
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20th November 2013
As Kevin Pietersen gets set for his 100th Test appearance at Brisbane, ecb.co.uk looks back on five of his best innings for England.
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3rd November 2013
Will Smith is adamant he has yet to reach the peak of his career as he embarks on a new chapter at Hampshire.
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28th October 2013
Warwickshire director of cricket Dougie Brown believes recently crowned LV= County Champions Durham have displayed the perfect blueprint for his club's success.