News - England Cricket
Colin Graves, the ECB chairman, has uncovered diverse views in the CB's consultation exercise over the future direction of cricket in England and Wales. But there will come a time when he will insist on the right to rule
Nottinghamshire's director of cricket Mick Newell has risked an outcry among cricket traditionalists by advancing the view that some counties could combine their scouting and coaching resources to form a regional super academy
The ECB has revealed how it intends to bolster cricket participation in the recreational game. The ideas are sound: implanting them is a different challenge altogether
Colin Graves, the incoming ECB chairman, has openly supported a new T20 league in the UK. Graves said there was no reason why a new T20 competition could not be a success in the UK, following revelations of the ECB's radical new proposals.
Jim Troughton, the former Warwickshire captain who was forced to retire through injury last season, will return to Edgbaston this summer as fielding coach.