Former pro Chris Ashling and new starter Ben Tomlinson join Cheshire Cricket Board

PACE bowler Chris Ashling has returned to his roots and secured a coaching role with Cheshire Cricket Board following his release from first class county Glamorgan.
Chris, is a former England junior international who spent five years on the playing staff at the Swalec Stadium, making several first class appearances for the Welsh Dragons.
After his release at the end of the 2012 season, Chris wasted little time qualifying as a cricket coach, a move which helped pave the way for his new role as Coaching Officer with CCB.
"I am really looking forward to my new job with Cheshire," revealed the 24-year-old, who has joined home club Bowdon for 2013.
"It will be great to pass on my experiences to the young cricketers in the county, which I hope will have a positive effect on their development."
Chris represented Cheshire Youth Cricket from Under 11 to Under 17, playing several matches for Lancashire second eleven in that period. He moved to South Wales in 2007, earning a place on the Glamorgan Academy, before making his first class debut against Leicestershire in 2009.

Joining Chris on the CCB staff is former Cheshire junior Ben Tomlinson, who plays for Oulton Park in the Cheshire County League.
Ben is a playing member of the MCC, having trialled previously for The MCC Young Cricketers and Yorkshire CCC.
He joins the CCB as a Coaching Officer, having worked previously in a schools coaching environment covering PPA sessions for teachers.
He said: "Cricket and sport is my passion, and I would like to inspire children to get involved and have fun. Hopefully my enthusiasm for the game will rub off on them.
"Working for the CCB on the Chance to Shine scheme means I will be able to work with young people of different ages and abilities, and educating them through cricket, which is really exciting."