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Five things England must do in future
England have appointed a new head coach in Peter Moores, but that in a sense was the easy part for the England and Wales Cricket Board as they look to get the team back on an even keel after a 5-0 Ashes hammering in Australia. It is too much to expect Moores, back in the national hotseat after a two-year stint in charge that ended when he was sacked in 2009, with the now exiled Kevin Pietersen ...
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 18:26:55 -0700

England coach Peter Moores hails Paul Farbrace as Lancashire reign ends in controversy
Lancashire (247 & 196) drew with Warwickshire (324 & 95-5) England coach reveals assistant Paul Farbrace was the No 1 choice as his Lancashire reign ends in controversy
Wed, 23 Apr 2014 14:04:22 -0700

England down Wales to take Triple Crown
England have clinched the Triple Crown and kept their Six Nations title hopes alive with a 29-18 win over champions Wales at Twickenham.        
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 06:38:44 -0700

England have 'duty' to avoid ugly play
• England captain keen to avoid repeat of ugly Ashes scenes • Cook speaks to match referee Jeff Crowe about discipline Alastair Cook has accepted his responsibility for ensuring there is no repeat of the "ugly" scenes that marred England's First Test defeat in Brisbane after a meeting with the match referee, Jeff Crowe. The England captain had described Ashes cricket as "pretty much a war" in ...
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 14:30:38 -0700

England stunned as New Zealand deny them a World Cup final spot
• Herculean effort thwarted 20 seconds from time • England's finest performance in recent memory England were 20 seconds away from a place in the Rugby League World Cup final but despite a herculean effort a late try from New Zealand's Shaun Johnson denied Steve McNamara's side a shot at international glory against Australia next Saturday. Producing their finest performance in recent memory ...
Wed, 23 Apr 2014 01:14:58 -0700

England braced for another fraught encounter of the World Cup kind | Barney Ronay
Roy Hodgson has described a World Cup without England as unthinkable. It is of course eminently thinkable, not to mention achievable given the tension of these last-ditch occasions When it comes to England and acts of pre-tournament brinkmanship it is easy to get lost in the fug of reminiscence. We have been here before. So many times in fact that over the last 40 years of fevered England ...
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 12:20:35 -0700

England v New Zealand: where RLWC semi-final could be won and lost
Robbie Hunter-Paul on where Saturday's England v New Zealand semi-final will be won and lost 1. Who is able to dominate in the front row Forwards are there to lead the game, while backs determine how the game goes. If you look at New Zealand, hooker Isaac Luke has been a model of consistency in the tournament so far. His strength in the physical exchanges is a pivotal factor in New Zealand's ...
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 21:05:33 -0700

Australia's Ellyse Perry stops England wrapping up women's Ashes
• England 268-4; Australia 269-6 • Australia win by six wickets; England lead Ashes 8-4 Ellyse Perry hit an unbeaten 90 as Australia stunned England in Hobart with a dramatic four-wicket win to keep the Women's Ashes series alive. The tourists came into Sunday's contest with an 8-2 lead on points and knowing victory would see them retain the urn with three Twenty20 games to go. But Perry and ...
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 16:42:21 -0700

England's World Cup pessimists can learn from Roberto Martínez | Paul Wilson
Greg Dyke had an air of defeatism after the World Cup draw but you can only achieve the impossible if you have a go Dear Football Association: why not look into making Roberto Martínez the England manager while there is still time? Or at the very least, if Roy Hodgson has done nothing to warrant being deposed, send the Everton manager along to the next World Cup draw to keep up everyone's ...
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 23:07:43 -0700

Farbrace appointed England assistant coach
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) continued the restructuring of the England coaching set-up on Wednesday by announcing the appointment of Paul Farbrace as assistant coach. The 46-year-old will leave his role as coach of Sri Lanka to work alongside Peter Moores, who returned for a second stint as England head coach last Saturday. Farbrace only joined Sri Lanka in December and achieved ...
Wed, 23 Apr 2014 10:18:49 -0700

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