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Dani Hazell Retires From International Cricket

England off-spinner Dani Hazell has retired from international cricket. The 30-year-old – who won three Ashes series and two World Cups – steps away from the game having made 141 appearances for her country. She made her debut in 2009 and since then has taken 146 international wickets across all forms, and has also captained her country

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Clare Connor and David Mahoney take senior ECB roles

ECB have announced two new roles within its Executive team. Clare Connor has been appointed to the new role of Managing Director, Women’s Cricket while David Mahoney has been named Chief Operating Officer. The moves each fit the purpose and delivery of the new game-wide strategy for 2020-24, Inspiring Generations, which has been developed over

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ECB To Take Part In Pride In London Parade

This weekend ECB will march in the Pride in London Parade, becoming the first sporting national governing body to participate in such a way. Watched by over two million people, Pride in London is the UK’s biggest Pride event, and ECB is keen to demonstrate its continued support for the LGBT community as part of

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England announce the squad for India tour

England Women have announced their squad for the tour of India with three players earning their first call-up. Bryony Smith, Alice Davidson-Richards and Katie George – of Surrey, Kent and Hampshire respectively – have been named in the full squad for the first time, while there are also returns for Kate Cross, Tash Farrant and

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England Women’s Pathway Squads Announced

The following England Women’s Pathway squads have been selected on ECB programmes designed to support the players in taking the next steps on their journey towards international cricket. Both groups will be attending a series of camps over the winter and playing a number of competitive matches in the summer to enhance their development and

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England and Wales Cricket Board and New Balance

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the global athletic leader New Balance have announced a new five-year deal for New Balance to become the Official Kit Supplier to ECB and the England cricket teams. The deal includes providing match and training wear to all England teams including the men’s and women’s Test, One-Day

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ECB introduce 2 year contracts for England’s women

ECB introduces new two-year contracts for England players as women’s game further embraces the professional era The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced that 18 players have been awarded new England women’s central contracts. Alongside an increase in the value of the contracts, which will come into effect from 1st February 2017, the

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