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ECB unveils plans for tournament with 100-ball format and 10-ball special over – The Guardian


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ECB unveils plans for tournament with 100-ball format and 10-ball special over
The Guardian
New format proposed for eight-team city-based competition • ECB hoping to attract a younger family audience to cricket. Ali Martin · @Cricket_Ali · Email. Thu 19 Apr 2018 09.01 EDT Last modified on Thu 19 Apr 2018 17.00 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share
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ECB consider paying unused Test venues compensation – SkySports


SkySports

ECB consider paying unused Test venues compensation
SkySports
The England Cricket Board is considering compensating cricket venues for each year they don’t host a Test match between 2020 and 2024. As reported in The Times on Tuesday, the venues would receive cash as part of proposals yet to be approved by the
Sony Pictures Networks acquires media rights for ECB, aims to become ‘one-stop cricket destination’Firstpost

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Hampshire and Glamorgan arenas to host new T20 franchise competition – SkySports


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Hampshire and Glamorgan arenas to host new T20 franchise competition
SkySports
The Ageas Bowl and the SWALEC Stadium have been included on the list of venues for the ECB’s new Twenty20 franchise competition. Edgbaston, Headingley, The Oval, Lord’s, Old Trafford and Trent Bridge will also host matches that will take place from
Where will major matches be played from 2020?ECB.co.uk
Trent Bridge misses out on 2023 Ashes but bags one-day finalsThe Guardian
Ashes venues revealed for 2023cricket.com.au

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Harry Brook dropped from final U19 World Cup match for ‘disciplinary matter’ – SkySports


ECB.co.uk

Harry Brook dropped from final U19 World Cup match for ‘disciplinary matter’
SkySports
England U19 captain Harry Brook was dropped for the final match of their World Cup campaign against New Zealand due to disciplinary reasons. The 18-year-old Yorkshire batsman was left out of England’s 32-run win in the play-off for seventh place in the
Brook left out of England U19 side for disciplinary reasonsCricbuzz
England U19 beat New ZealandECB.co.uk

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