James Buttler, the Cricket Badger, is worried about the future of domestic cricket in England. In this video he discusses his fears…
Keaton Jennings and James Vince will captain the sides as the ECB have announced the squads for the inaugural North versus South series in the UAE next March.
Durham County Council have agreed a financial rescue package to secure cricket in the north east and avoid the club going into administration.
The proposed new eight-team city-based Twenty20 competition in English cricket may have its start delayed until 2020.
After publishing Ben Hathaway’s piece recently the editor of cricketbadger.com replies defending the County Championship, but calling for it to change with the times too.
Durham cricket supporter Rob Dixon vents his frustration at today’s announcement that his county is being relegated and deducted points in 2017.
The ECB has announced that Durham CCC has accepted financial support, but been relegated to Division Two of the County Championship and start the 2017 season with a 48-point penalty in this competition.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have announced Specsavers as the new title sponsor of the County Championship in a four-year deal.
Hampshire county age group coach James Hughes has won the ECB Young Coach of the Year Award.
In the first of two pieces on the state of English domestic cricket, James Buttler gives World Cricket Badger’s view on how the ECB can breath fresh life into England’s domestic cricket.