|1979||Robert Wakefield||North Maidenhead|
|1980||Brian Jempson||West Ilsley|
|1981||Brian Jempson||West Ilsley|
|1983||Brian Maskell||Welford Park|
|1984||Roger Field||Littlewick Green|
|1988||Alan Hudson||Kidmore End|
|1989||Ian Jackson||Emmer Green|
|1990||Stuart Pearman||West Ilsley|
|John Cook||Cold Ash|
|1995||Alan Larkcom||Welford Park|
|1997||Martin Coster||St Sebastians|
|2000||Bob Williams||Theale & Tilehurst|
|Bob Williams||Theale & Tilehurst|
|2005||John Clark||Stoke Row|
|2007||Nirav Upadhyay||Crown Wood|
|2008||H Khan||Ruislip Victoria|
|2012||Bob Hodson||Mortimer West End|
|2013||Hafeez Ul-Wahab||West Reading|
|Taimoor Yousaf||West Reading|
Zimbabwe 256 & 181 vs South Africa 397 & 44-1
England Lions 255-8 vs New Zealand A 225-3
Gloucestershire vs Lancashire Lightning
Joe Root plans to continue "living my dream" by lining up for his first Test appearance on his home ground of Headingley.
New Zealand have confirmed Brendon McCullum will keep wicket in the second Investec Test, a decision that sees Martin Guptill recalled to bat at six.
Peter Such has stressed the importance of England not becoming complacent because they have three high-quality spinners at their disposal.
The ECB has unveiled a new and ambitious strategic plan which seeks to deliver successful England teams at all levels, to produce a vibrant domestic game as well as increasing and enthusing participation during 2014-17.
England selectors have named an unchanged 12-man squad for the second Investec Test against New Zealand commencing Friday May 24 at Headingley following the 170-run victory against New Zealand in the first Test at Lord’s.