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ecb.co.uk News
23rd March 2015
Twelve players from across the England women’s cricket pathway will travel to Sri Lanka next month to take part in an intensive 12-day batting and spin bowling development camp in Colombo.
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20th March 2015
Injury has forced Yorkshire’s Lauren Winfield out of the England Women’s Academy squad to play against Australia women’s Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars in Dubai next month.
ecb.co.uk News
19th March 2015
ECB Chairman Giles Clarke has pledged the ECB’s full support for the UNICEF appeal fund in aid of the Pacific island of Vanuatu which has been devastated by Super Cyclone Pam.
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18th March 2015
The England selectors have announced a 16-man squad, including Jonathan Trott, Adam Lyth, Adil Rashid and Mark Wood, for the three-match Test series in the West Indies which starts next month.
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17th March 2015
Joe Weatherley has been appointed as captain of the England Under-19s squad to play against Australia Under-19s next month. Alastair Cook helped with squad preparations by leading a batting session during a training camp.
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12th March 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced a 14-player England Women’s Academy squad, led by Tammy Beaumont, to play four 50-over matches and two Twenty20s against their Australian equivalents – the Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars – in the UAE next month.
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8th March 2015
To mark International Women’s Day, the England and Wales Cricket Board has released a special video which celebrates female participation across all levels of the game.
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28th February 2015
England women have finished their four week tour of New Zealand in a positive fashion by defeating their hosts by five wickets in the final One Day International between the two sides at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval.
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24th February 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced that Colin Graves has been elected as its next Chairman.
ecb.co.uk News
24th February 2015
The England and Wales Cricket Board has welcomed the Government’s acceptance of an Amendment to the Consumer Rights Bill during a House of Lords debate that will give greater protection to cricket fans.