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KP and Colly dominate Paul Collingwood and Kevin Pietersen made a record 4th wicket partnership of 310 on the 2nd day at Adelaide.
Collingwood 98 not out on day one After a poor start in the first session England fought back, losing only one wicket in the afternoon. Ian Bell scored a half century and attended the post match press conference.
Freddie talks to the press ahead of the 2nd Test The England team took part in a light practice session before the 2nd Test here in Adelaide tomorrow. Skipper Andrew Flintoff talked the media.
Hoggy in Adelaide England were in the nets this morning at the Adelaide Oval, Matthew Hoggard chats to the media after practice.
See my complete diary of the 1st Test Ashley reviews each day of the 1st Test in his personal video diary at the team hotel in Brisbane.
England arrive in Adelaide ECBtv talks to Duncan Fletcher after the England camp touch down in Adelaide
Australia cruise to a 277 run victory Australian skipper Ricky Ponting talks to the media after England's crushing defeat on the 5th morning here at The Gabba
Collingwood galvanises fight back Paul Collingwood talks to the press after he scored a defiant 96 on day four at The Gabba
Australia lead by 626 ECBtv catches up with England's top run scorer Ian Bell, after a dismal day for England with the bat
Ponting falls short of double ton on day two It was another green & gold day at The Gabba as Australia dominate with the bat
Giles on his return Ashley Giles talks to the media after his return to Test cricket after a year out of the game
Key and England stronger than ever ECBtv asked Robert Key how the ECB Academy set-up had progressed under the guidance of director Peter Moores - and what he expected to get from his winter's participation with the squad, espcially during the time they will be based at a performance camp in Western Australia
Shah ready to prosper Owais Shah tells ECBtv he is raring to go as part of the Academy squad this winter. The party will be based in Perth in a performance camp during the Ashes series, where Shah and his colleagues will be on stand-by for a possible call-up to the senior party playing Australia.
Academy party is serious business ECB's National Academy director Peter Moores holds a press conference at the National Cricket Centre in Loughborough ahead of the Academy party's departure to their performance training camp in Perth.
Fun, inspirational, motivational - Sky launch video The modernised ECB Coach Education Programme sponsored by Sky Sports - 'Developing the coaches from the Playground to the Test Arena' - was launched at the end of summer 2006. Watch this promotional video about the scheme here on ECBtv
Indian rehab ideal for Giles Ashley Giles tells ECBtv that the opportunity to be with the England ODI squad in India during the ICC Champions Trophy is perfect to get him over the fitness finishing line ahead of the Ashes tour, when he is confident he will be back and ready for action
Bell wants No.3 slot Ian Bell tells ECBtv that he wants to make the number three slot in the England ODI line-up his own
Yardy living the dream Michael Yardy reflects on a dream year that saw him break into the England ranks and help Sussex towards a domestic trophy double
Mahmood: Must be consistent Sajid Mahmood knows he must produce his consistent best to be a threat at the forefront of the England attack during the ICC Champions Trophy
Read relishing Indian challenge Chris Read tells ECBtv that India is one of his favourite places to keep wicket, and he is relishing the challenge that the conditions during the ICC Champions Trophy will bring.
We're going out to win ICC Champions Trophy Skipper Andrew Flintoff faced the media at Heathrow before the team's departure for India - and stressed his side were going out with the intention of winning the ICC Champions Trophy
Funding facilties ECB works closely with it's commercial partners to invest in grassroots developments. This video exhibits how this investment changes the physical environment for cricket clubs in England and Wales.
Applaud 2006 NatWest OSCAs winners The 2006 NatWest OSCAs (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) were held on Monday October 2 at Lord's Cricket Ground
Make it happen: NatWest CricketForce 2007 ECB's Dave Leighton, who has masterminded the evolution of NatWest CricketForce into the major sporting volunteer event in the UK, gave a motivational update on plans for 2007 to the NatWest Oscas 2006 ceremony at Lord's
Dalrymple: OSCAs show how vital grassroots is England's Jamie Dalrymple was guest of honour at the 2006 NatWest OSCAs awards ceremony at Lord's - and admitted it made him realise again how important grassroots cricket is for the health of the game at the highest levels
Coaching for the future England coach Duncan Fletcher helped launch the modernised ECB Coach Education Programme sponsored by Sky Sports at The Brit Oval
Double's tops for Adams Sussex skipper Chris Adams reflects on a double-winning campaign for his side shortly after adding the Liverpool Victoria County Championship title to their C&G Trophy victory earlier in the season.
Goodwin: title-winning season tops all Sussex's Murray Goodwin talks to ECBtv after his side had wrapped up the 2006 Liverpool Victoria County Championship with victory at Trent Bridge.
Mushtaq delighted with title Sussex's Mushtaq Ahmed did more than most to help his side capture the Liverpool Victoria County Championship title, taking 13-108 in the decisive victory over Notts at Trent Bridge
5th NatWest ODI from Edgbaston England 155-7 (31 overs) bt Pakistan 154-9 (50 overs) by three wickets
Captain Andrew Strauss on levelling the series England's skipper talks about Sajid Mahmood's staring performance and his hopes for the winter
South Northumberland lift Cockspur Cup It was a big day at Lord's as the Cockspur Cup final took place between South Northumberland and Bromley - with the Newcastle outfit running out comprehensive winners
Woolmer nails the argument ECBtv talks to Bob Woolmer ahead of the second NatWest ODI at Lord's. Bob talks on why he would like to see the rule book changed to allow bowlers to pick the seam with their nails, to achieve swing.
Clarke back on International duty ECBtv talks to Rikki Clarke on his return to the England squad ahead of the second NatWest ODI against Pakistan at Lord's tomorrow
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