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Shaun Marsh signs for Glamorgan

Shaun Marsh has now been roped in by English county Glamorgan for the nest two seasons.

Shaun Marsh signs for Glamorgan

Shaun Marsh has now been roped in by English county Glamorgan for the nest two seasons.

Jason Gillespie roped in by Sussex as head coach

English county side Sussex have roped in former Australian Jason Gillespie as their new head coach, the club announced on Monday.

Jason Gillespie roped in by Sussex as head coach

English county side Sussex have roped in former Australian Jason Gillespie as their new head coach, the club announced on Monday.

India vs Sri Lanka 2017-18, 1st Test at Eden Gardens: Cheteshwar Pujara credits his experience in County Cricket after his fighting 52

India's trustable top-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara on Saturday credited his county cricket stint with Nottinghamshire.

India vs Sri Lanka 2017-18, 1st Test at Eden Gardens: Cheteshwar Pujara credits his experience in County Cricket after his fighting 52

India's trustable top-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara on Saturday credited his county cricket stint with Nottinghamshire.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul extends Lancashire contract by one-year

The 43-year-old struck 819 runs at 50 in last year’s County Championship.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul extends Lancashire contract by one-year

The 43-year-old struck 819 runs at 50 in last year’s County Championship.

Chris Silverwood of Essex set to become England bowling coach

Chris Silverhood is reportedly all set to leave county champions Essex and take up the role of England's new bowling coach on full-time basis.

Chris Silverwood of Essex set to become England bowling coach

Chris Silverhood is reportedly all set to leave county champions Essex and take up the role of England's new bowling coach on full-time basis.

Chris Silverwood accepts role as England’s fast-bowling coach

Chris Silverwood, centre, celebrates Essex’s County Championship title triumph in September, which helped convince the ECB he is the right man to replace Ottis Gibson.

English county teams may face hefty fines

English cricket chiefs, in their warning letter, said they would enforce the regulations relating to player registration.

English county teams may face hefty fines

English cricket chiefs, in their warning letter, said they would enforce the regulations relating to player registration.

Mitchell Marsh picks county cricket over IPL

Marsh played for IPL franchise, Rising Pune Supergiants (RPS) for the past two years but his stay has been plagued with injuries.

Mitchell Marsh picks county cricket over IPL

Marsh played for IPL franchise, Rising Pune Supergiants (RPS) for the past two years but his stay has been plagued with injuries.

Oct.14 - England cricketer Ben Stokes has married his fiancee Clare Ratcliffe

England cricketer Ben Stokes has married his fiancee Clare Ratcliffe. The couple tied the knot at the church of St Mary the Virgin in Somerset. Among the guests were England Test captain Joe Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, fast bowler Stuart Broad, wicketkeeper Jos Buttler and county colleague Paul Collingwood. Photo - Google

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Oct.14 - England cricketer Ben Stokes has married his fiancee Clare Ratcliffe

England cricketer Ben Stokes has married his fiancee Clare Ratcliffe. The couple tied the knot at the church of St Mary the Virgin in Somerset. Among the guests were England Test captain Joe Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, fast bowler Stuart Broad, wicketkeeper Jos Buttler and county colleague Paul Collingwood. Photo - Google

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Ben Stokes marries fiancee Clare Ratcliffe

Oct.14 (CRICKETNMORE) - England cricketer Ben Stokes has married his fiancee Clare Ratcliffe. The couple tied the knot at the church of St Mary the Virgin in Somerset.

Some of the biggest names in cricket, England Test captain Joe Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, fast bowler Stuart Broad, wicketkeeper Jos Buttler and county colleague Paul Collingwood were in attendance on Saturday as England all-rounder got married.

There were loud cheers from guests at the end of the ceremony and the newly married couple posed for pictures and kissed outside the church.

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Ben Stokes marries fiancee Clare Ratcliffe

Oct.14 (CRICKETNMORE) - England cricketer Ben Stokes has married his fiancee Clare Ratcliffe. The couple tied the knot at the church of St Mary the Virgin in Somerset.

Some of the biggest names in cricket, England Test captain Joe Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, fast bowler Stuart Broad, wicketkeeper Jos Buttler and county colleague Paul Collingwood were in attendance on Saturday as England all-rounder got married.

There were loud cheers from guests at the end of the ceremony and the newly married couple posed for pictures and kissed outside the church.

ben stokes marriage

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Ben Stokes marries fiancee Clare Ratcliffe

Oct.14 (CRICKETNMORE) - England cricketer Ben Stokes has married his fiancee Clare Ratcliffe. The couple tied the knot at the church of St Mary the Virgin in Somerset.

Some of the biggest names in cricket, England Test captain Joe Root, former skipper Alastair Cook, fast bowler Stuart Broad, wicketkeeper Jos Buttler and county colleague Paul Collingwood were in attendance on Saturday as England all-rounder got married.

There were loud cheers from guests at the end of the ceremony and the newly married couple posed for pictures and kissed outside the church.

ben stokes marriage

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Andre Adams joins the WHITE FERNS

Adams played 47 internationals for the BLACKCAPS across all three formats and had a distinguished English county career with Nottinghamshire.

Andre Adams joins the WHITE FERNS

Adams played 47 internationals for the BLACKCAPS across all three formats and had a distinguished English county career with Nottinghamshire.

R Ashwin hopeful of limited-overs opportunity soon

Ashwin ended his county stint with 13 wickets off 3 matches at 33.46. He also scored 132 runs at an average of 33.

R Ashwin hopeful of limited-overs opportunity soon

Ashwin ended his county stint with 13 wickets off 3 matches at 33.46. He also scored 132 runs at an average of 33.

County Championship 2017: Angus Fraser accuses Somerset of doctoring pitch for match against Middlesex

Somerset’s spinner took 16 of the 20 Middlesex’s wickets in the match.

County Championship 2017: Angus Fraser accuses Somerset of doctoring pitch for match against Middlesex

Somerset’s spinner took 16 of the 20 Middlesex’s wickets in the match.

Pujara, Jadeja, Ashwin, Vijay likely to play Ranji opener

New Delhi, Sep 29 (Cricketnmore) The start of the new domestic season appears to be a star-studded affair with India regulars Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Cheteshwar Pujara and Murali Vijay giving their nods to play for their respective state sides in the first round of the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy matches.

India's Test batting mainstay Pujara was named the skipper of the 15-member Saurashtra side, that includes Jadeja, for their opening four-day encounter against Haryana at Lahli from October 6.

Meanwhile, Ashwin and Vijay are also likely to feature in Tamil Nadu's opening clash against Andhra Pradesh at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium after the duo confirmed their availability to their state association, according to an espncricinfo report.

While Ashwin has just finished his assignment, by securing the Division Two title for English county side Worcestershire, Pujara is expected to return to India after completing his county commitments with Nottinghamshire.

The Chennai tweaker aggregated 214 runs at an average of 42.8, including an 82 in the 137-run win over Durham besides finishing with 20 wickets, with one of his two five-fors coming against Durham.

Pujara, on the other hand with aggregated 333 runs from 12 innings at an average of 27.75 so far for Worcestershire.

Meanwhile, both Ashwin and left-arm spinner Jadeja's availability for their Ranji sides will depend on their selection in the India side for the three-match T20I series against Australia beginning October 7.

The spin duo were rotated out of India's squad for the One-day International (ODI) series against Sri Lanka and Australia.

Vijay, meanwhile, came back to action in the just-concluded Duleep Trophy after recuperating from his surgery for a wrist injury suffered during the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in March.

The right-handed opener played for the India Green side in the pink-ball tournament, where he picked up five wickets but managed to score only 17 runs.

Pujara, Jadeja, Ashwin, Vijay likely to play Ranji opener

New Delhi, Sep 29 (Cricketnmore) The start of the new domestic season appears to be a star-studded affair with India regulars Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Cheteshwar Pujara and Murali Vijay giving their nods to play for their respective state sides in the first round of the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy matches.

India's Test batting mainstay Pujara was named the skipper of the 15-member Saurashtra side, that includes Jadeja, for their opening four-day encounter against Haryana at Lahli from October 6.

Meanwhile, Ashwin and Vijay are also likely to feature in Tamil Nadu's opening clash against Andhra Pradesh at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium after the duo confirmed their availability to their state association, according to an espncricinfo report.

While Ashwin has just finished his assignment, by securing the Division Two title for English county side Worcestershire, Pujara is expected to return to India after completing his county commitments with Nottinghamshire.

The Chennai tweaker aggregated 214 runs at an average of 42.8, including an 82 in the 137-run win over Durham besides finishing with 20 wickets, with one of his two five-fors coming against Durham.

Pujara, on the other hand with aggregated 333 runs from 12 innings at an average of 27.75 so far for Worcestershire.

Meanwhile, both Ashwin and left-arm spinner Jadeja's availability for their Ranji sides will depend on their selection in the India side for the three-match T20I series against Australia beginning October 7.

The spin duo were rotated out of India's squad for the One-day International (ODI) series against Sri Lanka and Australia.

Vijay, meanwhile, came back to action in the just-concluded Duleep Trophy after recuperating from his surgery for a wrist injury suffered during the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in March.

The right-handed opener played for the India Green side in the pink-ball tournament, where he picked up five wickets but managed to score only 17 runs.

It’s the Wills 2017! The complete review of the county cricket season

It’s the Wills 2017! The complete review of the county cricket season

It’s the Wills 2017! The complete review of the county cricket season

It’s the Wills 2017! The complete review of the county cricket season

It’s the Wills 2017! The complete review of the county cricket season

Marcus Trescothick, left, and Craig Overton kneel down while fielding during this month’s win against Lancashire at Taunton.

England opt for a ‘pick your mates’ policy as Stokes overshadows Ashes selections | Vic Marks

Gary Ballance, right, is Joe Root’s county captain at Yorkshire and has batted with the England captain in an Ashes series before.

England name 3 uncapped players in Ashes squad

London, Sep 27 (CRICKETNMORE): England selectors on Wednesday named three uncapped players in paceman Craig Overton, leg-spinner Mason Crane and wicketkeeper Ben Foakes in the 16-man Test squad for the five-match Ashes series in Australia, starting November 23.

All-rounder Ben Stokes was also included despite the shock news of his arrest on suspicion of assault in Bristol in the early hours of Monday morning.

England have not confirmed whether the 26-year-old Stokes, who was released without charge, will continue as Test vice-captain. 

The English board also recalled discarded batsmen Gary Ballance, James Vince and seamer Jake Ball for the Ashes.

Commenting on the squad, National Selector James Whitaker, said: "A tour of Australia is the ultimate test for our squad. We have provided Joe Root and Trevor Bayliss with a well-balanced squad with options in all areas."

"After a successful summer, having won the Test series against South Africa and the West Indies, there is real competition for places and we have selected a squad that will work hard and compete against Australia, aiming to win the Ashes," he added.

In addition to the current full-time members of staff, former New Zealand fast bowler Shane Bond was appointed fast bowling consultant and will be part of the England management up to the end of the second Test in Australia. 

Former England One-day captain Paul Collingwood will take a coaching role during the Test series and the One-day Internationals (ODI) against Australia. County side Kent's head coach, Matt Walker, will assist England for the T20 tri-series against Australia and New Zealand.

The first Test will be played at the Gabba in Brisbane from November 23-27.

England Ashes squad: Joe Root (Captain), Moeen Ali, James Anderson, Jonny Bairstow (WK), Jake Ball, Gary Ballance, Stuart Broad, Alastair Cook, Mason Crane, Ben Foakes (WK), Dawid Malan, Craig Overton, Ben Stokes, Mark Stoneman, James Vince, Chris Woakes.

England name 3 uncapped players in Ashes squad

London, Sep 27 (CRICKETNMORE): England selectors on Wednesday named three uncapped players in paceman Craig Overton, leg-spinner Mason Crane and wicketkeeper Ben Foakes in the 16-man Test squad for the five-match Ashes series in Australia, starting November 23.

All-rounder Ben Stokes was also included despite the shock news of his arrest on suspicion of assault in Bristol in the early hours of Monday morning.

England have not confirmed whether the 26-year-old Stokes, who was released without charge, will continue as Test vice-captain. 

The English board also recalled discarded batsmen Gary Ballance, James Vince and seamer Jake Ball for the Ashes.

Commenting on the squad, National Selector James Whitaker, said: "A tour of Australia is the ultimate test for our squad. We have provided Joe Root and Trevor Bayliss with a well-balanced squad with options in all areas."

"After a successful summer, having won the Test series against South Africa and the West Indies, there is real competition for places and we have selected a squad that will work hard and compete against Australia, aiming to win the Ashes," he added.

In addition to the current full-time members of staff, former New Zealand fast bowler Shane Bond was appointed fast bowling consultant and will be part of the England management up to the end of the second Test in Australia. 

Former England One-day captain Paul Collingwood will take a coaching role during the Test series and the One-day Internationals (ODI) against Australia. County side Kent's head coach, Matt Walker, will assist England for the T20 tri-series against Australia and New Zealand.

The first Test will be played at the Gabba in Brisbane from November 23-27.

England Ashes squad: Joe Root (Captain), Moeen Ali, James Anderson, Jonny Bairstow (WK), Jake Ball, Gary Ballance, Stuart Broad, Alastair Cook, Mason Crane, Ben Foakes (WK), Dawid Malan, Craig Overton, Ben Stokes, Mark Stoneman, James Vince, Chris Woakes.

Ravichandran Ashwin eyes Ranji Trophy return; set to play in the season opener for Tamil Nadu

Ashwin is currently representing Worcestershire in county cricket, and is expected to be back in India by October 1.

Ravichandran Ashwin eyes Ranji Trophy return; set to play in the season opener for Tamil Nadu

Ashwin is currently representing Worcestershire in county cricket, and is expected to be back in India by October 1.

County Championship 2017: Ravichandran Ashwin slams 82 for Worcestershire

Ashwin, with 82 off 130 balls, turned out out to be the highest-scorer in Worcestershire's innings which ended at 335 all out in 90.2 overs.

County Championship 2017: Ravichandran Ashwin slams 82 for Worcestershire

Ashwin, with 82 off 130 balls, turned out out to be the highest-scorer in Worcestershire's innings which ended at 335 all out in 90.2 overs.

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