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14th January 2015
Cricketers from South Asian communities have received a boost after the Lancashire Cricket Board received funding from the England and Wales Cricket Board to deliver coaching programmes.
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14th January 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced that applications for the England & Wales Cricket Trust (EWCT) Small Grant Scheme (supported by Waitrose as part of its three-year sponsorship deal) are open.
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2nd December 2014
For NatWest CricketForce 2015 the ECB’s Association of Cricket Officials is getting involved to bring some focus to scoring and umpiring facilities in cricket clubs.
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29th November 2014
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced the winners of the 2014 Groundsman of the Year Awards.
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25th September 2014
Barbados Cricket Association and Lancashire Cricket Board will continue their partnership in 2015 after signing a memorandum of understanding.
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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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12th August 2014
England batsmen Eoin Morgan will be visiting Maidenhead & Bray CC this Sunday as part of an ECB initiative to boost cricket participation at recreational cricket clubs through the hosting of a Club Open Day.
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16th July 2014
The Lord’s Taverners – the official charity for recreational cricket and the UK's leading youth cricket and disability sports charity – has displayed shortlisted drawings from the charity’s minibus design competition at the home of cricket, Lord’s.
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16th July 2014
Somerset have revealed plans to replace the Taunton pavilion with a state-of-the-art facility.
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22nd May 2014
ECB has launched the India and Sri Lanka Schools Challenge – a cricket-based educational programme which will be aimed at primary and secondary schoolchildren.