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Wednesday 20th February 10:05
Ben Stokes and Matt Coles have been sent home from the England Lions tour of Australia for disciplinary reasons.
Friday 11th May 17:03
Ben Stokes' run of injuries has continued with the Durham all-rounder facing three weeks out due to a knee complaint.
Saturday 5th May 12:19
Ian Bell has been drafted into the England Lions squad to play against West Indies after Ben Stokes was ruled out with a back injury.
Friday 27th April 13:08
England have named Kent all-rounder Matt Coles in their 12-man Lions squad to face West Indies at Northampton.
Thursday 3rd November 16:10
Durham all-rounder Ben Stokes has been ruled out of action for six months after undergoing surgery on his right index finger.
Thursday 15th September 17:36
England have called Jonathan Bairstow and Jos Buttler into their NatWest Series squad.
Tuesday 6th September 12:13
Darren Stevens has compared England new boy Ben Stokes to Kevin Pietersen.
Friday 2nd September 13:20
England one-day captain Alastair Cook is looking ahead to the 2015 World Cup and has warned no one is guaranteed a starting place.
Monday 29th August 17:06
England new boy Ben Stokes is already playing down comparisons with fellow all-rounder Andrew Flintoff.
Wednesday 8th December 16:06
The EPP enjoyed the better of day two of their tour match against Western Australia A.
Thursday 23rd September 14:54
Paceman Ajmal Shahzad is one of four Yorkshire players selected in the England Performance Programme squad.
Monday 17th May 19:23
Ian Blackwell saw Durham to a six-wicket success over Kent on the final morning with an unbeaten half-century.
Monday 10th May 18:41
Ben Stokes' century failed to save Durham from defeat against new Division One leaders Notts.
Thursday 10th December 12:24
England Under 19 all-rounder Ben Stokes has signed a two-year contract with Durham.
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