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Tunbridge Wells U15 champs Tunbridge Wells were crowned Portman Building Society U15 National Club champions after defeating Newport in the final at Bournemouth
Broad pleased with mood in England camp Young fast bowler stresses the need to maintain their focus and intensity ahead of second NatWest ODI at Bristol
1st NatWest ODI, Rose Bowl, England v India Englaned strole to victory in the first ODI at the Rose Bowl
Collingwood remains level-headed after stunning victory England's ODI captain maintains consistency is the key
Bath festival a showcase England women's players took time out ahead of their second NatWest International Twenty20 at Bath CC to back the club's showcase Kwik Cricket event for girls - an extension of their work to develop the game in the local area
Terry: Warne a huge influence Hampshire 1st XI manager Paul Terry pays tribute to the huge influence of skipper Shane Warne on the side as the county prepare for their Friends Provident Trophy final date with Durham at Lord's
Taylor-made for England England women saw off New Zealand for the second time in two days at Bath to clinch the NatWest Women's International Twenty20 three-match series - with Sarah Taylor in fine form with the bat and behind the stumps. ECBtv talked to her and new head coach Mark Dobson post-match - plus extended highlights of the game.
Vaughan takes positives from series as England draw at The Brit Oval But it's India who are victorious overall with their first win in England since 1986
Anderson believes England will save game That is the priority, any victory charge will be assessed as the day progresses
Day 3 Brit Oval India are on top in the third and final Test at the Oval as WEngland slump to 326 for 9.
Collingwood insists England still believe But England's middle-order mainstay concedes it is a mammoth task
Day 2 Brit Oval India smash there way past 600 with ease as England's hopes of victory all but disappear.
Moores demands England bat and bat as Kumble records maiden Test century England Coach Peter Moores today said England would look no further than batting for the next two days as England sought to gain parity with India
Day 1 Brit Oval England see there hopes of winning the Test dashed on day one as India Impress with the bat.
Moores still positive despite tough day England coach praises the work ethic of his bowlers and insists England are still in the game
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