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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.
James Anderson produced an inspired display before lunch on the fifth and final day to ensure that England - rather than the pitch - was the winner in Grenada.
England are back to winning ways away from home. An incredible performance on the final day of the second Test in Grenada saw them romp to a nine-wicket win, their first overseas since December 2012 against India in Kolkata.
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