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Stuart Broad has become only the second English bowler to reach 400 Test wickets.
Broad followed his team-mate, and all-time national leading wicket-taker, James Anderson to the feat when he had Tom Latham clipping a catch to midwicket at the start of the final session on day one of the first Test against New Zealand in Auckland.
His notable achievement, however, was overshadowed by England's collapse to 58 all out in New Zealand's inaugural day-night Test.In reply, the hosts were 92 for two.
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England selector James Whitaker is to leave his post as part of a major overhaul within the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Whitaker, an England selector for a decade, will step down at the end of the month as the ECB plans a new approach to picking players for all forms of international cricket.
Fellow England selectors Angus Fraser and Mick Newell will retain their positions for now and can apply for new roles, the ECB has confirmed.
"The England and Wales Cricket Board is to introduce a new approach to scouting, assessing and selecting players for the senior Test, T20 and One-Day sides, ensuring greater connection right through the international pathway," the ECB said in a statement.
"In line with this new integrated approach, England national selector James Whitaker will step down from his role at the end of March.
"This season will see the introduction of a scouting system with designated discipline-specific scouts, including the current ECB national lead coaches, providing information to a three-strong selection panel, made up of a new national selector, a full-time independent England selector and the England head coach."
The new national selector's role will be advertised this week, with the ECB looking to have a new man in place in time for the next selections in mid-May before the Test series against Pakistan.
"Current England selectors Angus Fraser and Mick Newell will remain in place until new positions have been filled and are free to apply for the new roles," the ECB added.
Director of England Cricket Andrew Strauss said the overhaul was not related to recent results, but a formalised scouting network would help the ECB gather more knowledge about a particular player's strengths.
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Fit-again Test seamer Toby Roland-Jones is one of two additions to the England Lions' limited-overs squad to face West Indies A next month.
Roland-Jones, already with the Lions for the first-class leg of their Caribbean tour after missing this winter's Ashes because of a stress fracture in his lower back, is joined by all-rounder Matt Critchley for the limited-overs series in Antigua from March 6-11.
Leg-spinner Critchley, 21, has become the first Derbyshire player to be selected for the Lions - in place of England all-rounder Liam Dawson, who is instead joining the Pakistan Super League.
Roland-Jones replaces fellow Middlesex seamer Tom Helm, who has suffered a recurrence of his hamstring problems.
Young left-armer Tom Barber, another Middlesex team-mate of Roland-Jones, and Gloucestershire seamer Liam Norwell have been added to the South squad for this year's North-South matches - which will be played at Barbados' Kensington Oval in mid-March.
Their opportunity comes because of injuries for Helm and Sussex left-armer George Garton - who has a minor side problem.
England Lions were left on the brink of defeat after a dramatic collapse on day three of their match against West Indies A in Jamaica.
The tourists lost their last six wickets for just 14 runs to slump to 132 all out in the second innings, with the hosts needing just 75 runs for victory with nine wickets remaining.
The home side began the day 20 runs in arrears with two wickets remaining, but moved ahead as Test wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich and Jomel Warrican extended their overnight partnership to 161.
Dowrich eventually fell for 119 off 222 balls, with Warrican unbeaten on 71 as West Indies established a first-innings lead of 27.
Lions captain Keaton Jennings fell cheaply but Haseeb Hameed and Nick Gubbins put on 52 for the second wicket before the fall of Gubbins for 20.
Hameed made 39 and Joe Clarke added 31 but when the latter fell, it triggered the capitulation that left England staring at a heavy defeat.
Warrican was the star for the home side - who reached 31 for one at the close - following up his half-century by taking seven for 33.
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