England's domestic fixtures for 2023 season revealed

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England's iconic County Championship will return for its brand new season in the year 2023 with no changes to its format, was announced by the England Cricket Board (ECB).

With 14 games per side, the first batch of matches will take place from 6th April with two divisions and relegation system in place. 

While the first seven consecutive weekends will host the fixtures, during which each county will have one week for relaxation and rehabilitation with the last set of matches scheduled for September 26.

Vitality Blast will see the daylight on 20th May with the full-house Finals Day to be played on 15th July at Edgbaston. Further, the matches won't be clashing against their international white-ball calendar.

The One-day Cup will be held beside the Hundred, that commences on 1st August and ends on 16th September at Trent Bridge.

Some encouraging news for Rachael Heyhoe Flint trophy fans as the matches have been doubled from the last season with 22nd April being the beginning date and 24th September last.

Charlotte Edwards Cup will see an increase of one game per side which seven this season that runs from 18th May to 10th June.

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