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England v South Africa, 4th npower Test, Day One, The Brit Oval At the close England are 49-1, trailing South africa by 145 runs
England v South Africa, 3rd npower Test, Day Four, Edgbaston South Africa win by five wickets, and therefore the series 2-0.
England v South Africa, 3rd npower Test, Day Three, Edgbaston At the close on Day Three England are 297-6 leading South Africa by 214 runs.
England v South Africa, 3rd npower Test, Day Two, Edgbaston At the close on Day Two South Africa are 256-6 leading England by 25 runs.
England v South Africa, 3rd npower Test, Day One, Edgbaston At the close on Day One South Africa are 38-1, trailing England (231 all out) by 193 runs.
England v South Africa, 2nd npower Test, Day Four, Headingley Carnegie South Africa win by ten wickets.
England v South Africa, 2nd npower Test, Headingley Carnegie, Day Three At the close England are 50-2, still trailing the visitors by 269 runs.
England v South Africa, 2nd npower Test,Headingley Carnegie, Day Two At stumps on day two South Africa are 322-4, 119 runs ahead.
England v South Africa, 2nd npower Test, Day One, Headingley Carnegie At stumps on Day One South Africa are 101-3, trailing England by 102 runs.
England v South Africa, 1st npower Test, Day Four On Day Four at Lord's South Africa frustrate the English bowlers, as the Proteas end on 242-1 at close of play.
England v South Africa, 1st npower Test, Day Three South Africa finish on 13-0 in their second innings, after being dismissed for 247. They trail England by 333 runs.
England v South Africa, 1st npower Test, Day Two England declare on 593-8. South Africa in reply are 7-0 trailing by 586 runs.
Bracewell returns John Bracewell is coming back to Gloucestershire as director of cricket - and told ECBtv why in an exclusive interview
Miller exclusive ECBtv talks to National Selector Geoff Miller about the squad selection for the first npower Test v South Africa at Lord's - and what England can expect from the opposition
Finn happy Steve Finn tells ECBtv he is happy with his Friends Provident Trophy among the Ones to Watch
Sales reflects Northants skipper David Sales looks back on his Friends Provident Trophy campaign as one of the Ones to Watch
4th NatWest ODI, The Brit Oval England are all out for 245, New Zealand make 246 for 9 and win by one wicket.
T20 reception celebration ECBtv was invited to a reception in the State Rooms of the Speaker's House at the House of Commons to celebrate the countdown to ICC World Twenty20 England 2009
Back to 1-1 after Bristol Paul Collingwood speaks to ECBtv after New Zealand win the NatWest Series ODI in Bristol to level the contest at 1-1 with two to play
3rd NatWest ODI, Bristol New Zealand reach 182 all out. England are all out for 160 and lose by 22 runs.
2nd NatWest ODI, Edgbaston England made 162 all out from 24 overs. New Zealand in reply reached 127-2 before rain stopped play again and as 20 were not bowled in the Kiwi innings no result was the result.
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