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Surrey and England all-rounder Zafar Ansari shocked the cricket world on Wednesday by announcing his retirement at the age of 25.
County cricket returns on Friday, with a revised calendar and plenty to play for in what could be one of the most competitive seasons in years.
English cricket's new city-based Twenty20 tournament is set to move a giant stride closer with agreement at Lord's on Tuesday
England's 3-0 victory over West Indies is their first one-day international whitewash of their hosts in the Caribbean.
England have scored an historic 3-0 one-day international series victory over West Indies, their first whitewash success in the Caribbean.
A sending-off penalty is set to be introduced into the Laws of Cricket for the first time.
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