The England National Cricket Team has been a full member of the ICC since 15 June, 1909, representing both England and Wales. They were one of the first teams to be given Test status (along with Australia) in 1877.
New Zealand cricketer Jimmy Neesham has poked fun at the ICC's latest ruling which will prevent a repeat of England's Super Over heroics.
The all-rounder, who took 5-46 in the first innings of the fifth Test against England, was dismissed in a Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania on Sunday and took his frustration out immediately.
England's dramatic super over victory in the Cricket World Cup final has led to a rule change, announced by the ICC on Monday.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY LUKE AUGUSTUS: Jofra Archer has welcomed the break from cricket after an intense debut summer with England across the Test and one-day formats.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY LUKE AUGUSTUS: Jonny Bairstow insists he'll do 'whatever it takes' to regain his spot in the England Test team, irrespective of what role that may actually be.
Only about 50 English cricketers are expected to be selected in next Sunday's Hundred draft, with anticipation building that nearly half of the successful candidates will be from overseas.
Chris Silverwood hopes his new working relationship with Eoin Morgan will incorporate England's next two global tournaments but insists he has earned t right to dictate his own exit.
Three-time Ashes winning coach Andy Flower has left the ECB after 12 years following a reshuffle. Flower led England to an historic away Ashes win in 2010-11, alongside home victories in 2009 and 2013
Ashley Giles admits the process of appointing a new England coach gave him sleepless nights and took a 'long couple of days' but is pleased the man he identified as best for the job is English.
Chris Silverwood revealed a back-to-basics manifesto to improve the Test team's fortunes and win back the Ashes after being presented as England's head coach at Lord's on Thursday.
More than 17,000 tickets have been sold for next year's Twenty20 finals day at Edgbaston - effectively making it a sell-out just over a fortnight since Essex beat Worcestershire to take the 2019 title.
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