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  1. CHRIS ROGERS BACKS SAFER HELMET DIRECTIVE CHRIS ROGERS BACKS SAFER HELMET DIRECTIVE

    As reported by the Guardian: Former Australian Test opener Chris Rogers has applauded measures taking helmet choice out of the hands of players. His comments follow the the decision of England cricketers Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott to defy a directive this month to use the safer England and Wales Cricket Board-approved helmets, which brought them in line with decisions made by Cricket Australia last year, instead reverting to the helmets they had worn throughout their careers.

  2. WHY CRICKET NEEDS TO SUPPORT SAFER HELMETS WHY CRICKET NEEDS TO SUPPORT SAFER HELMETS

    Kieswetter, Broad, Shehzad, McClenaghan, Rossouw, Miller, Samuels, Pollard… all high profile players who have recently suffered serious facial injuries whilst wearing an 'old style' helmet. There are many more examples in the next tier of the sport that never make the news...

  3. AUSTRALIA BECOME NEW NUMBER ONE TEST SIDE AUSTRALIA BECOME NEW NUMBER ONE TEST SIDE

    Australia's victory over New Zealand means they have finished two points ahead of India and become the number-one ranked test side before the April 1 cut-off date.

  4. BUTTLER TOPS ENGLAND T20 MVP RANKINGS BUTTLER TOPS ENGLAND T20 MVP RANKINGS

    Jos Buttler's superlative performances in the two-match series against South Africa have seen him rapidly shoot to the top of the England T20 MVP Rankings.

  5. AUSTRALIA FILLING UP THE TALENT POOL AUSTRALIA FILLING UP THE TALENT POOL

    It has been more than two decades since Australia have had a pool of batting talent this good. 10 players aged 23 or younger have already scored 14 centuries between them in this season's Sheffield Shield.

  6. NORFOLK CRICKET BOARD ANNOUNCEMENT NORFOLK CRICKET BOARD ANNOUNCEMENT

    Norfolk Cricket Board have agreed to make it mandatory, and with immediate effect, for all County Age Group players to wear a helmet that meets the new ECB safety standards.

  7. DE KOCK TON KEEPS ODI SERIES ALIVE DE KOCK TON KEEPS ODI SERIES ALIVE

    Quinton de Kock scored a masterful century as South Africa kept their one-day series with England alive despite Joe Root's highest score in his ODI history.

  8. WOMEN'S WORLD CUP 2017 VENUES ANNOUNCED WOMEN'S WORLD CUP 2017 VENUES ANNOUNCED

    The Women's World Cup 2017 venues have been confirmed!vDerbyshire, Gloucestershire, Leicestershire, Lord’s and Somerset will host all the exciting match-ups from games played between 26 June to 23 July.

  9. ENGLAND FINISH ON 399/9 AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA ENGLAND FINISH ON 399/9 AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA

    A wonderful century from Jos Buttler and solid fifties from Hales, Root and Stokes set a target of 400 for South Africa to chase in the first ODI

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