Women's salaries could be ring-fenced as new competition faces financial implications
Saviour - or monster?
The birth of the sports agent can be traced, so the story goes, to England's
1948-49 tour of South Africa, when Denis Compton handed a suitcase to the
journalist, Reg Hayter
County pre-season sales suggest new competition would not have attracted new audience in London
The ECB has suggested the Hundred will bring in £11m for English cricket in its first season
Ali Khan Tareen joins Venky Mysore in saying private backing would benefit ECB's new tournament
Uncertainty means freezing squads for a year would prove close to impossible
George Dobell feels the ECB can't now afford the Hundred tournament they wanted after the coronavirus crisis
'You wouldn't cheer if an ASDA shut down and people lost their jobs,' Yorkshire leg-spinner says
England batsman Jason Roy believes the ECB made the correct decision to postpone the tournament.
Player contracts, Kolpak status and long-term strategy on the table