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ECB announce Kent spinner James Tredwell earns England Increment Contract

20 March 2014
by Alex Hoad

James Tredwell

James Tredwell

Kent spinner James Tredwell has been rewarded for his England exploits over the past year with an England Increment Contract by the ECB.

Non-contracted England players earn the contracts, which are one step below a central contract, through a points system based on appearances.

Five points are awarded for a Test appearance and two for a t20 or ODI appearance, with a contract being automatically awarded once a player reaches 20 points during a 12-month contract period.

On Thursday afternoon the ECB announced the 32-year-old New Romney ace, who is currently on England duty at the ICC World t20 in Bangladesh, qualified for his contract after playing three ODIs and a T20 against Australia and three ODIs and three T20s against West Indies during the current contract period.

 

 

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