Jonny Bairstow continues to prove he is England’s batsman for all occasions.
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Kyle Abbott helped skittle champions Essex for 76 in the first innings of their Specsavers County Championship match at Division One rivals Hampshire.
Andrew Strauss believes Joe Root could thrive as he prepares for an England captain’s toughest challenge – an Ashes series in Australia.
Jonny Bairstow bagged a maiden one-day international hundred as England eased to seven-wicket win over West Indies to go 1-0 up in the Royal London Series.
Durham chairman Sir Ian Botham has voiced his frustration after seeing Paul Coughlin reject a new contract at his hometown club in favour of joining Nottinghamshire.
Jonny Bairstow went one precious run better at Old Trafford as he bagged his maiden one-day international hundred.
Former Pakistan batsman Khalid Latif has been banned for five years for his role in the Pakistan Super League spot-fixing case.
England seamer Toby Roland-Jones is having scans to assess the cause of pain in his lower back which forced him out of the Middlesex attack in their Specsavers County Championship Division One match at home to Lancashire.
Stuart Whittingham returns to the Scotland squad as they prepare to travel to take part in the Papua New Guinea Intercontinental Cup and World Cricket League Championship.
Babar Azam hit 86 off just 52 balls to guide Pakistan to a 20-run victory over a World XI side in the first T20 Independence Cup match of the three-game series in Lahore.
England have resisted the temptation to rest any of their big Ashes guns from this month’s Royal London Series – but Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali do get a one-match Twenty20 break.
England seamer Steven Finn has signed a new multi-year contract with Middlesex.
Bangladesh authorities have increased security after a window on Australia’s team bus was broken, Cricket Australia has announced.
Virat Kohli recorded his 29th one-day international hundred and Rohit Sharma went to three figures for the second time in five days as India thrashed Sri Lanka by 168 runs at Colombo to go 4-0 up in the series.
The County Championship clash between Surrey and Middlesex has been abandoned and declared a draw due to a “crossbow bolt” landing on the square at The Oval.
Tom Westley has been spared the axe as England named an unchanged 13-man squad for the third Test decider against West Indies at Lord’s next week.
Ottis Gibson has decided to step down as England bowling coach to take over as the head coach of South Africa.
England captain Joe Root insists he will not be scarred by a declaration that backfired after the West Indies sealed a tremendous five-wicket victory in the second Test at Headingley.
Shai Hope rose to the occasion with a second century in a matter of days which underpinned a monumental victory for the West Indies after they chased down 322 against England in the second Test.
Theresa May has hailed a “watershed summer” for women’s sport as she welcomed England’s female cricket and rugby teams to Number 10.
Stuart Broad led England’s push for victory and was grateful for a slice of fortune on the final day of the second Test against West Indies.
West Indies captain Jason Holder has been reprimanded by the International Cricket Council for using “obscene, offensive or insulting” language during the second Test against England.
Jamie Porter took four wickets to drag runaway Division One leaders Essex back into their Specsavers County Championship match against Somerset.
All-rounders Brett D’Oliveira and Ed Barnard have committed their futures to Worcestershire.
Shakib Al Hasan took five wickets as Bangladesh claimed the upper hand against Australia on the second day of the first Test in Dhaka.
Moeen Ali’s latest match-changing contribution helped England set a mountainous target as a pulsating second Test threatened to slip through the West Indies’ fingers on day four at Headingley.
Captain Joe Root was left to lead the rearguard as England traded blows with the West Indies in a captivating second Test that could go either way at Headingley.
Bowlers dominated on the opening day of the first Test between Bangladesh and Australia as 13 wickets fell in a match that remains in the balance in Dhaka.
James Anderson put England on Ashes alert after a poor day in the field against the West Indies, admitting they cannot win the urn unless they play more consistent cricket.
Twin centuries from West Indies pair Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope left England toiling for answers on day two at Headingley, just a week after the tourists were roundly written off.
The Birmingham Bears joined Hampshire, Glamorgan and the Notts Outlaws at NatWest T20 Blast finals day with victory over Surrey on Friday.
England centurion Ben Stokes welcomed the return of cut-and-thrust Test cricket as the West Indies proved they were back up for the battle on day one at Headingley.