Over-by-over commentary of the series-deciding fifth ODI in Cape Town. Watch on Sky Sports 2.
Adam Voges scored his second Test double ton as Australia continued their dominance of the first Test against New Zealand.
Katherine Brunt has been ruled out of the rest of England Women's tour of South Africa after suffering a back spasm.
England have a perfect opportunity to prove their mental strength in the fifth ODI against South Africa, says Graham Thorpe.
Usman Khawaja and Adam Voges hit centuries as Australia took control of the first Test against New Zealand.
England ODI captain Eoin Morgan joked that a comment about Joe Root's heroics may have caused their defeat on Thursday.
Nasser Hussain says England's brilliant bowling display should lift spirits ahead of the fifth and deciding ODI against South Africa.
Mark Ramprakash proved he can time a six-iron as well as a cover drive as he impressed in the Sky Golf Shot Centre.
Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine have pulled out of the West Indies squad for the World Twenty20 in India in March.
Thisara Perera took the fourth hat-trick in international Twenty20 cricket during Sri Lanka’s defeat to India in Ranchi.
Chris Morris smashed 62 off 38 balls to see South Africa to a thrilling one-wicket win over England and level the series 2-2.
Essex have announced the appointment of former England all-rounder Anthony McGrath as assistant coach.
Middlesex director of cricket Angus Fraser says the county are considering signing Michael Clarke.
Joe Root hits another ODI hundred for England but the visitors suffer an agonising one-wicket defeat to South Africa...
Sarah Taylor endured a frustrating 100th ODI appearance as she scored nought and England Women lost to South Africa.
Here's how South Africa won the fourth ODI by one wicket to level their series with England 2-2.
England had to settle for sixth spot at the Under 19 World Cup following defeat to Pakistan in their fifth-place play off.
Stuart Broad is set to return to the England one-day team for the fourth ODI with South Africa in Johannesburg on Friday.
Steve Smith helped his bowlers skittle New Zealand for 183, and then scored 71 to lead Australia to 147-3 in reply in the first Test.
An indoor cricket side from Kent have secured an unwanted place in sporting history after being bowled out for nought.