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ECB To Present 'Watered Down' Plans For Reform Of County Cricket

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 02 / 15

The England & Wales Cricket Board is preparing to present a "watered down version of its plans to reshape county cricket on Tuesday" following "fierce opposition" from the 18 counties toward any radical overhaul of the domestic game, according to Nick Hoult of the London TELEGRAPH. Two days...

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