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27th December 2014
A spot of Christmas shopping for Angus Fraser and Middlesex, with confirmation that Nick Compton will be returning to Lord’s, brought county cricket back into the limelight in deepest December. ecb.co.uk's Andy Wilson looks at the other business done by counties this winter.
Rob Barnett
24th December 2014
ecb.co.uk spoke to Ray Markham, the press box scorer for home England internationals, about his summer work and the other strings to his bow, some of which make him a busy man in the build-up to Christmas.
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18th December 2014
The story of a Yorkshire-born builder, Justin Peacock, who has invested in a self-starting project that has provided opportunities to more than 1,000 students and orphans in Galle, Sri Lanka, including through improving cricket facilities.
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20th November 2014
Ahead of England’s seven-match one-day international series in Sri Lanka, ecb.co.uk's Callum Dent looks back at five of the best matches between the two teams over the years.
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1st November 2014
Lancashire and England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler took part in a training session with Manchester City and England goalkeeper Joe Hart on Friday. Inside are some snapshots.
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2nd October 2014
Head of England Women's Cricket Clare Connor provides an insight into 'Mt Kili Madness' when she took part in the charity climb up Mount Kilimanjaro to play in the world-record highest game of cricket.
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17th September 2014
An 11-year-old boy upstaged the likes of Brian Lara and Andrew Strauss when he took a hat-trick in a match to raise funds for Rwanda Cricket at Wormsley last weekend.
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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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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