April 20 2014 Latest news:
Essex County Cricket Club continued training for the upcoming season with a high-energy session at University of East London’s (UEL) world class SportsDock facility.
Rainham Cricket Club are on the upafter three consecutive promotions, their skipper James Fuller says.s
Upminster cricketer Beth Langston says taking her first wicket for England was the ‘highlight of her career so far.’
Monty Panesar has an obvious opportunity to re-establish himself as England’s number one spinner following Graeme Swann’s retirement, but he knows he will need to improve to do so.
Roy Smith has been something of an institution at Ardleigh Green for over a quarter of a century.
Mitchell Johnson is not the only left armer with express pace that has left England battered and bruised this winter Down Under.
Essex will begin their LV= Division Two campaign at home to Derbyshire on Sunday April 13, 2014.
Essex have announced the signing of England spin bowler, Monty Panesar, on a two-year contract.
England have summoned Essex seamer Tymal Mills to Australia to train with the Ashes squad.
After two redundancies, Amanda Jenner picked up a brush and started a new career which has helped various women feel good about their appearance along the way.
Project manager Tracey Lurton talks about her work with people who have learning disabilities.
David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.