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Callum Dent
18th February 2016
Yorkshire will face a Marylebone Cricket Club side, skippered by England and Warwickshire batsman Ian Bell, packed with international experience in the annual Champion County four-day clash in Abu Dhabi from March 20.
David Clark
17th February 2016
Gloucestershire have signed Yorkshire seamer Josh Shaw on a season-long loan deal.
David Clark
12th February 2016
Essex have continued their winter overhaul by appointing former Yorkshire and England batsman Anthony McGrath as assistant head coach.
ecb.co.uk News
4th February 2016
Ian Bell will captain Marylebone Cricket Club in the 2016 Champion County match against Yorkshire in Abu Dhabi.
David Clark
3rd February 2016
Yorkshire have appointed former all-rounder Richard Pyrah as the inaugural head coach of their Women’s Cricket Super League side.
Matt Somerford
1st February 2016
Adil Rashid believes he has returned to the England set-up as a better bowler following his successful Big Bash League.
Callum Dent
27th January 2016
New Zealand international Kane Williamson has continued his affiliation with county champions Yorkshire by re-signing for a third time.
ecb.co.uk News
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.
ecb.co.uk News
25th January 2016
Jonny Bairstow is blogging exclusively for ECBtv during England’s trip to South Africa, chatting from the Mamelodi township where England were holding a training session at a local cricket club in the fourth edition.
Callum Dent
24th January 2016
England internationals Adil Rashid and Charlotte Edwards were both voted as the second best players in the men and women's Big Bash League respectively while Heather Knight was third.