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James Anderson: England and Lancashire bowler a doubt for South Africa first Test

England seamer James Anderson is a doubt for July’s first Test against South Africa after he sustained a groin tear playing for Lancashire. England’s all-time leading wicket taker suffered the problem in the Roses match against Yorkshire and is expected to be out for between four to six weeks. The ...

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England gift Guinea maiden point

First ever U-20 World Cup point for Guinea Fikayo Tomori own goal gifts them first ever goal Lewis Cook has his second-half strike cancelled out Guinea deservedly clinched their first point at the FIFA U-20 World Cup after an unfortunate own goal saw England succumb to a 1-1 draw. On ...

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Stokes wants more England team-mates in IPL

Media playback is not supported on this device England v South Africa – First ODI Venue: Headingley Date: Wednesday 24 May Time: 13:45 BST Coverage: Ball-by-ball Test Match Special commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra; in-play highlights and text commentary on the BBC Sport website All-rounder Ben Stokes ...

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Women's World Cup 2017: Sarah Taylor returns to England squad

Wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor has been named in the England squad for the Women’s World Cup this summer. Taylor, 28, took an indefinite break from the game last year to deal with anxiety problems, but rejoined the England camp in April. Heather Knight has been named captain, despite suffering a fracture ...

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Dowell, England put past behind them

‘Good things come to those who wait’ is a fitting adage when considering fans of England’s U-20 side. Five FIFA U-20 World Cups and 20 years have come and gone with nothing more than a handful points to their name, seeing each win column adorned bearing a demoralising zero. In ...

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England triumph to end 20 years of hurt

England win first FIFA U-20 World Cup game since 1997, ending record run Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Adam Armstrong and Dominic Solanke seal 3-0 win Argentina’s Lautaro Martinez picks up red card after Video Assistant Referee (VAR) referral England picked up their first FIFA U-20 World Cup victory for 20 years, beating ...

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England v South Africa: AB de Villiers says hosts have 'earned respect'

England v South Africa: One-day international series Venues: Headingley, Ageas Bowl and Lord’s Dates: Wednesday, 24 May, Saturday, 27 May and Monday, 29 May Coverage: Live on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra and the BBC Sport website England’s one-day team have “earned a lot of respect” after recovering from ...

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England appoint first ever full-time disability coaches

The England and Wales Cricket Board has named Ross Hunter and Ian Salisbury as England’s first ever full-time disability cricket coaches. Ex-England international Salisbury has been appointed as new head coach of England’s physical disability team. Hunter will continue his work as coach of England’s visually impaired side, now in ...

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Alastair Cook: England and Essex opener earns automatic 'South team' one-day place

Former England captain Alastair Cook has earned an automatic place in the 2018 North-South series – a competition designed to look at players on the fringes of the national one-day team. Cook has not played a one-day international since he was sacked as limited-overs captain in December 2014. The 32-year-old ...

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Tymal Mills: England T20 bowler signs Sussex contract extension

Media playback is not supported on this device England T20 fast bowler Tymal Mills has signed a new two-year deal with Sussex to the end of the 2019 season. Mills, 24, can only play the 20-over format because of a back condition, and recently appeared in the Indian Premier League ...

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