We look back at some of the best moments from the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy as England fall at the final hurdle - again!
Doug Bracewell has been sentenced to 100 hours of community service after blaming the killing of a pet cockatoo for a third drink-driving offence.
Watch every match of the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy live on Sky Sports as England go in search of their first 50-over trophy.
Somerset have signed New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson to boost their NatWest T20 Blast options.
Bangladesh successfully chased down New Zealand's 271-run target to win the final game of their tri-series, in Dublin.
The ICC's cricket committee has recommended the introduction of a Test championship to reinvigorate the longest format of the game.
Skipper Tom Latham plundered a century as New Zealand crushed Ireland by 190 runs to secure Tri-Nations Series victory.
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by four wickets in the third match of the Tri-Nation Series in Ireland.
Niall O'Brien scored a maiden ODI ton but Mitchell Santner's five-wicket haul helped New Zealand avoid a shock defeat to Ireland.
England remain fifth behind leaders South Africa in the International Cricket Council's one-day rankings after the yearly update.
Brendon McCullum joined Mark Butcher to discuss the life of a 'T20 mercenary', Jason Roy and the perils of wearing a sunhat in a night game!
Mitchell McClenaghan and Adam Milne have been named in New Zealand's squad for the Champions Trophy.
Former New Zealand Test batsman Peter Fulton has announced his retirement after a 16-year first-class career.
The weather in Hamilton came to South Africa's aid as the final day of the third Test against New Zealand was washed out.
New Zealand are in pole position to claim a series-levelling win over South Africa after day four of the third Test.
Tim Southee has signed for Middlesex for their NatWest T20 Blast campaign.
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Kane Williamson equalled a New Zealand record as the Black Caps closed day three of the third Test against South Africa on 321-4.
Quinton de Kock defied an injured finger to score a crucial 90 as South Africa tallied 314 on day two of the third Test.
Tom Latham showed brilliant anticipation at short leg as he took a fantastic one-handed catch to dismiss Faf du Plessis.