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England confirm summer series
England are to follow up their successful tour to Sri Lanka with four tests against Pakistan during May. The four tests will be played within a five day period and will all be in the Worcestershire area.
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Sri Lanka claim consolation win as England take series
Having already won their three match series in Sri Lanka, England gave debuts to Dan Field and Hassan Khan in the third game, as well as giving Sam Murray his first bowl. Sri Lanka set an imposing 306 on a tough pitch with short boundaries and England were never really on top in their run chase, eventually losing by 17 runs.     [More | Scorecard ]

England claim series win in 'closest ever' test
In the second game of their three match series the action moved to Colombo. England were inserted and made full use of their chance to bat first, ammassing 379 including a massive partnership of 246 between Field and Sugg. Sri Lanka chased well and were agonisingly short of reaching their target, but their 3 run loss gives England an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
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England victorious in first Sri Lanka test
England got off to a great start on their tour of Sri Lanka with a comfortable victory in the first test. Sri Lanka's first innings of 363 may have seemed impressive but England were not to be overawed and the top order all contributed, along with Rory Field's 173* on debut, to England getting home with six overs to spare. [More | Scorecard ]

England set for Sri Lanka Challenge
After the cancellation of the planned England tour of Pakistan a new tour has been arranged in Sri Lanka. A 16 man squad will travel and the squad has a mixture of youth and experience. More information and the full squad can be found Here

Swanepoel becomes new England Captain
Heindrich Swanepoel has been appointed the new captain of the England blind cricket team after the resignation of Adam Benjamin.
Heindrich was born in South Africa but has lived in the South of England for more than 15 years and for more than a decade has been one of this countries most powerful batsmen and fastest and most accurate bowlers.
The experienced B2 all rounder is the third captain of the England side following Metro team-mates Dave Samuels and Adam Benjamin.
His main job as captain will be to prepare the side to be ready to challenge for the third blind cricket world cup which takes place at the end of 2006.

How England won the Blind Cricket Ashes
The 2004 Blind Cricket Ashes series was one of the most exciting series the International Team have been involved in. You can relive the action with Scorecards and Reports
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Ashes Series Itinerary Announced
The inaugural Blind Ashes Series will be based at Bradfield College in Berkshire and will involve matches at Lord's, the Rosebowl and Horsham CC. [more]

Development Squad return from Barbados
A 3-0 series win over the emerging West Indies capped a hugely successful development tour to Barbados this January. Several new players have made a case for their inclusion in the squad for the Ashes series this summer. In particular Sam Murray who was named player of the series. Blind cricket is currently played on 2 of the islands of the Caribbean - Barbados and Trinidad - and expansion is planned with a view to competing in the next World Cup. [report]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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