Joe Root has vowed he will be ready as England captain for the challenge of this winter's Ashes series.
Cricketer Mustafa Bashir could face an investigation over claims he perverted the course of justice.
West Indies desperately look to return to winning ways in the second T20 international against Pakistan on Thursday.
Mohammad Irfan has been banned from all cricket for a year and fined £8,000 after admitting corruption charges.
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Rob Key considers the impact the ECB's proposed franchise-style T20 competition could have on English cricket.
The weather in Hamilton came to South Africa's aid as the final day of the third Test against New Zealand was washed out.
Kent have announced the departure of Fabian Cowdrey.
John Simpson's unbeaten 89 helped Middlesex to a thrilling one-wicket win over the MCC in the Champion County match.
Taskin Ahmed became just the fifth Bangladeshi to take an ODI hat-trick before the second ODI against Sri Lanka was rained off.
The ECB's proposals for a new franchise-style Twenty20 competition will be put to a vote over the next 28 days.
India captain Virat Kohli says his friendships with Australia's cricketers are over after his team claimed a series win.
Yorkshire's Headingley redevelopment plans have been boosted by a new funding agreement with Leeds City Council.
Nottinghamshire's long-serving captain Chris Read is to retire at the end of this summer.
Women's cricket needs a strong and competitive Indian side, according to England captain Heather Knight.
India wrapped up a thrilling series victory over Australia with an eight-wicket win in the fourth Test in Dharamsala.
New Zealand are in pole position to claim a series-levelling win over South Africa after day four of the third Test.
Yorkshire have confirmed seamer Jack Brooks will miss the start of the domestic season with a calf injury.
The ECB have presented their plans for a new franchise-style domestic Twenty20 competition.
Lewis Gregory took 5-32 as the MCC bowled Middlesex out for 179 to take control of the Champion County match on day two.