Norfolk star Olly Stone’s England Test hopes could be helped by the major summer upheaval in the sport due to the coronavirus.

Norfolk Cricket Board have urged clubs to follow the guidelines over training activities.

Tributes have been paid to a groundsman who devoted his life to the football and cricket clubs he lovingly served.

Swardeston’s bid to make history this summer has been frustrated upon the news the European Cricket League has been cancelled for 2020.

A Norfolk cricket club is to make a number of female-friendly improvements to its “under-pressure” pavilion in order to make it better suited to cope with the number of ladies and girls using the facilities.

Norfolk cricket star Olly Stone has set his sights on a return to the England set-up in 2020 as he hopes “the injuries are behind me” after a training camp with an England record breaker.

East Anglia’s farmers will be hearing from an Essex cricketing great next week as they gather for their annual agricultural conference.

Norfolk’s Olly Stone is among a trio of players awarded who have become the first recipients of England Pace Bowling Development Contracts this summer.

Norfolk cricket giants Swardeston will make history this summer when they become the first English champions to compete in the European Cricket League.

The One League structure vote failed to meet the threshold required to revolutionise Norfolk cricket - so what’s next? Neal Widdows reports

The Norfolk Cricket Board (NCB) say they will continue to back the idea of One League in the county.

Norfolk cricket clubs will vote on whether to have a new ‘One League’ structure as NEAL Widdows explains why its adoption is vital for the game in our county

Brett Gates has been selected as the top umpire in the Read Brothers East Anglian Premier League.

Kieron Tuck has decided to switch his focus to another sport after more than 11 years of service to cricket in the county.

Swardeston claimed a slice of cricketing history on Sunday evening when they won the Vitality Club Twenty20 Championship at the Pattonair County Ground in Derby.

Swardeston will be aiming to create club cricket history on Sunday when they compete in the Vitality Twenty20 finals at Derbyshire’s Pattonair County Ground.

Swardeston Cricket Club win silverware at Lord’s as they beat Nantwich by 53 runs with impressive cameos from youngster Alfie Cooper and Peter Lambert. Connor Southwell reports on proceedings from the Home of Cricket on a historic day for the Norfolk Club

Swardeston are National Club champions after a 53-run victory over Nantwich in a rain-affected final at Lord’s on Monday.

Vauxhall Mallards’ final game before disbanding was one to remember as the current group of players did the famous name proud by securing an impressive victory.

Swardeston’s cricketers will be aiming to shine on the hallowed turf of Lord’s on Monday - and winning a game at the home of cricket is only one of their targets as the season draws to a close.

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