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ECB chiefs locked in row with Surrey over The Hundred

Surrey were the only county to vote against the format of the ECB’s new 100-ball competition

Big trouble lies ahead if the hundred doesn’t work warns Daryl Mitchell

Chris Stocks finds the man who represents the players wants all his members to benefit from the new format but everyone must buy into

I can’t see how The Hundred can overpower the popularity of T20, says England international star

The Middlesex batsman comments on the 100-ball league due to come into the county schedule in two years’ time…

Worcestershire president Mervyn King warns ‘The Hundred’ risks impacting academies

The former Bank of England governor has his say…

Westbury column: Launch of The Hundred has been a disaster thus far

New initiatives should be encouraged, but the way they are percepted should not be underestimated, writes Isabelle Westbury

Issues over The Hundred may cause some counties to break away from ECB, warns Andy Nash

Could cricket go with way of the Premier League in football or the Premiership in rugby union?

Alastair Cook in vintage form to score first hundred for Essex since 2017

Ravi Bopara praises Alastair Cook’s form at Chelmsford as Essex wrapped up the win over Kent

Cheteshwar Pujara hundred gives India command in Sydney

India can clinch a maiden Test series victory by avoiding defeat against Australia

Keaton Jennings answers critics with hundred in Galle

Day three sees Jennings end drought with unbeaten 146 and Sri Lanka chasing 462 to win

“To score 43 first-class hundreds and never get to represent your country?” – Trego bemoans Hildreth being frozen out by England

Somerset legend Trego makes point during interview about his own 18-year career

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