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16th October 2014
Members of Essex County Cricket club have embarked on a trip to Ypres to commemorate the 100-year anniversary and pay respects to the 12 Essex cricketers who lost their lives during World War One. News
17th August 2014
The Worcestershire memorial plaque in honour of the county's players-members who gave their lives during the First World War has been restored and will be relocated in the foyer of the Graeme Hick Pavilion at New Road. News
12th August 2014
Northants Cricket will be unveiling a war memorial at the County Ground in the memorial garden this week. News
8th August 2014
The Somerset County Cricket Club Annual Church Service will be taking place on Sunday - this year marking the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. News
6th August 2014
Northamptonshire vice-captain Alex Wakely is to host his own show dedicated to the 100-year anniversary of World War One on BBC Radio Northampton at 8.20am on Friday 8 August. News
29th July 2014
Great British Bake Off winner Frances Quinn took some trench cake into the TMS commentary box - here's the original war-time recipe. News
25th July 2014
The England and Wales Cricket Board and Hampshire Cricket have announced plans to commemorate those cricketers who lost their lives in World War One during the third Investec Test between England and India which starts on Sunday at The Ageas Bowl. News
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? News
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 News
11th July 2014
Archer Windsor-Clive of Glamorgan and St. Fagans CC was the first cricketer of note, and one of the first officers to die in World War One, being killed on August 24 1914