England are not just focusing on Specsavers County Division One players ahead of the Test series against Sri Lanka, according to two of the national selectors. Alastair Cooks side will take on the visitors in a three-Test series, with the opener at Headingley starting on Thursday May 19, live on Sky Sports 2. Selectors Mike Newell and Angus Fraser gave no hints to Sky Sports News HQ about the players that would be included on Thursday, but it was emphasised that both county divisions were being scouted for English talent. Newell, Nottinghamshire director of cricket, said: There has not been any Test cricket for several months, so we wanted to see lots of four-day cricket in Division One and Division Two and look at the players who will come under consideration and have a long debate about that.I think its our job to look at all of the cricket. Obviously our teams are Division One so we spend a reasonable amount of time there but we also go and watch Division Two cricket when our teams arent playing or when we get a chance to go.Theres a lot of good young players in Division Two, playing some good cricket, particularly in the batting group. Forget Bell Ian Bell England recall unnecessary says Nasser Hussain Everybodys in there with a chance of playing and I think its important we give everybody consideration.There has been plenty of debate on how England should line-up, with many players from the second tier impressing, including Alastair Cooks Essex team-mate Tom Westley and Kents Daniel Bell-Drummond.Fraser, Middlesex director of cricket, added: The Test series in South Africa finished in January and we are now in April so theres been three months without Test cricket and some good white ball performances.So there has been plenty of speculation and plenty of conversation in our meetings. Weve picked a squad that we believe can win the series and thats always going to be the case. Former England captain Nasser Hussain wants Alex Hales to retain his place in the squad There are 12 players that are going to be looking forward to going to Headingley in a week or so at the weekend.Newell, who stressed that the squad for the first Test has only been chosen for the one game in Leeds, added: We are very determined to win this three-match series and thats what the squad we have selected is there to do.Head to Sky Sports News HQ and Sky Sports digital platforms at 7am on Thursday for first news of Englands Test squad to play Sri Lanka.Then catch the three-Test series live on Sky Sports, starting with the first game at Headingley, from 10am, Thursday, May 19 on Sky Sports 2. 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The NRL is confident Parramatta will become one of rugby leagues most successful clubs again after the Eels Leagues Club board was replaced with an administrator following NSW State Government intervention.The NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) announced on Tuesday that it would replace the board with a temporary administrator, Max Donnelly of Ferrier Hodgson.Donnelly has previously worked as an administrator with former NRL club North Sydney Bears in 2000.The decision effectively removes the Eels football club board as well. The two boards are mirrors of each other, sharing the same seven directors. Directors must sit on the leagues club board to be on the other.In a media release on Tuesday afternoon the ILGA said it was of the opinion the clubs board had ceased to be effective as a governing body.The board had consisted of chairman Steve Sharp, deputy chairman Tom Issa and directors Peter Serrao, Geoff Gerard, Paul Garrard, Tanya Gadiel and Andrew Cordwell.The decision follows an application by the ILGA and after NSW deputy premier Troy Grant expressed deep concerns about the NRL club and its direction in the wake of the salary cap saga.The ILGA Board wished to make it clear that the appointment of a temporary administrator does not relate to any suggestion of insolvency, the ILGA statement read.The temporary administrator will remain in place until the ILGA board otherwise orders.NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said it was a necessary move.Our only interest is to help Parramatta become a strong and successful club again, Greenberg said.That will only hhappen if the club has a strong back office with the highest standards of governance.ddddddddddddThis decision paves the way for the Eels to get back on the right path for the fans, coach and football team.The NRL will work closely with the administrator to make that happen as quickly as possible.The move was welcomed by ClubsNSW.Unfortunately, in recent years the (Parramatta) club has been beset by instability, caused by governance failure, and there is a clear and urgent need for this situation to be rectified, Clubs NSW said in a statement.ClubsNSW shares the concerns of the NSW Government, the football community and Parramatta Leagues members and believes there is a strong case for the appointment of an administrator under Section 41A of the Registered Clubs Act.Such an appointment would ensure the club is placed on a sound governance footing, thereby allowing for a future board to be democratically elected by the Clubs members.We note that this course of action has the support of the Clubs former Chairman Steve Sharp, other directors and the CEO.As the peak representational body for the NSW club industry, ClubsNSW will support the administrator in the work of instituting a governance model that meets community expectations.According to estimates the Parramatta football club will suffer a loss of around $10 million this year, brought about in large part due to the Eels salary cap dramas.The Eels won their last premiership in 1986. 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