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NatWest OSCAs 2008 ECB's annual volunteer recognition event at Lord's saw Ravi Bopara and Charlotte Edwards hand out the prizes across the seven categories
Launch of Howzat! At the launch of Howzat! ECBtv spoke to Ed Balls MP, and England women's captain Charlotte Edwards
Kibworth take Cockspur Cup Kibworth banished the demons of last year to lift the Cockspur Cup following a thrilling final with Malden Wanderers.
Full steam ahead Ashtead CC have the backing of Surrey Cricket and ECB to put on a showcase event for NatWest CricketForce in April 2009 - and make a presentation to get buy-in from their membership and the local community
Full marks for Elvaston Elvaston CC were the first club ever to gain ECB Clubmark accreditation. ECBtv visited them five years on to see how that has changed things at the Derbyshire club
Lift off for NatWest CricketForce 2008 England stars Ravi Bopara and Charlotte Edwards were at Hertford CC as NatWest CricketForce 2008 got off to a flying start
Bedford relishing non first class role Paul Bedford has recently been appointed by the ECB as the new Head of Operations for non-first-class cricket. ECBtv caught up with him asked him to outline what his job with the Board entailed
Kirby Muxloe get in on the act early Kirby Muxloe CC in Leicestershire wasted no time getting involved in NatWest CricketForce 2008. In fact the New Year had barely dawned and they were already building a new pavilion at their ground!
Miller heads new selection panel New national selector Geoff Miller was introduced to the media at a press conference at ECB headquarters at Lord's, with managing director of England cricket Hugh Morris also answering questions
England U19 get stuck into NatWest CricketForce England's U19 squad found time in their preparations for the World Cup to help out at the NatWest CricketForce 2008 event at Kirby Muxloe CC in Leicestershire
NatWest OSCAs 2007 Mark Ramprakash and Charlotte Edwards presented the awards as cricket's top volunteers of 2007 were rewarded at the NatWest OSCAs ceremony at Lord's
Embrace One Game One Game is an ambitious project aimed at widening the appeal of the sport and ensuring as many people as possible are welcomed into the game regardless of age, race, ability or gender
NatWest CricketForce 2007 Watch the ECB's official video of NatWest CricketForce 2007 - showcasing some of the remarkable achievements of the 80,000 volunteers and 1,150 clubs that took part
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