ECB rejects claims of 12 or 15-man teams for The Hundred

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• 11 players will continue to appear on teamsheets
• ‘No final decisions’ made on beleaguered competition

The England and Wales Cricket Board has rejected a new round of leaked reports that said the besieged 100-ball domestic competition would comprise teams of 12 or 15 active players where 11 are nominated to bat with the remainder permitted to bowl.

The working group assembled to iron out the kinks of the new competition – known as the high-performance group – is chaired by Clare Connor, the ECB’s director of women’s cricket. It is understood its participants were encouraged to have a wide-ranging discussion at the beginning of the process, from which tinkering with the number of players was thrashed out.

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