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Callum Dent
22nd February 2015
Ian Bell says it is now time for England to deliver at the World Cup, starting with the Pool A clash against Scotland at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch.
ecb.co.uk News
22nd February 2015
Heather Knight, Laura Marsh, and ECB’s Managing Director England Cricket, Paul Downton, attended the Christchurch City Council civic memorial service to mark the fourth anniversary of the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.
Callum Dent
22nd February 2015
Shikhar Dhawan’s century helped defending champions India display their World Cup credentials with a dominant 130-run victory over South Africa.
Callum Dent
22nd February 2015
Mahela Jayawardene came to the rescue with a century as Sri Lanka made hard work of beating Afghanistan in their World Cup clash at the University Oval in Dunedin.
ecb.co.uk News
22nd February 2015
Saif Zaib, Martin Andersson and Eddie Barnes were picked out for special praise after the England Development Programme’s Under-17s won the last game of their one-day series against Pakistan with a fine team performance in Dubai.
Will Jackson
21st February 2015
Head Coach Peter Moores refused to hide away from a disappointing opening to the World Cup and accepted England have to improve against Scotland.
Will Jackson
21st February 2015
West Indies got their World Cup campaign back on track with a convincing 150-run win over Pakistan in the Pool B game at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch.
Will Jackson
21st February 2015
Bangladesh claimed an important point as torrential rain meant their World Cup Pool A clash with Australia was abandoned without a ball bowled at the Gabba in Brisbane.
Tom White
20th February 2015
Captain Eoin Morgan could not hide his disappointment at England's heavy defeat to New Zealand but refused to give up hope of reaching the World Cup quarter-finals.
Callum Dent
20th February 2015
Tim Southee claimed New Zealand’s best one-day international figures and Brendon McCullum blasted the fastest World Cup half-century as England slipped to an eight-wicket defeat at the Wellington Regional Stadium.