It’s good to see Ross County’s footballers taking positive strides forward as they pursue their dream of returning to the Scottish Premiership.
A cricketer has been found guilty of raping a sleeping woman during the first night of a sexual conquest competition he helped set up on a WhatsApp group.
A former county cricketer has been found guilty of raping a sleeping woman during a sexual conquest “game”.
England cricketer Ben Stokes made a sublime catch in the Indian Premier League off the bowling of Jofra Archer.
Cameron Bancroft accepts he is powerless to change people’s perceptions of him but feels “living in the past is unhealthy for anybody” ahead of his county cricket bow for Durham.
Chris Woakes is optimistic his prospects of featuring in the World Cup and Ashes will not be jeopardised by a long-standing knee problem following a couple of injections to the area.
The opening week of the Specsavers County Championship featured a smattering of England’s current Test players and those who are hoping to force their way into the reckoning for an Ashes spot later this summer.
Ben Foakes is willing to consider all options to reclaim the England place he lost during an eventful winter as the Ashes loom on the horizon.
Jason Roy describes his ability to open Test batting as the “great unknown” as England consider promoting Surrey’s limited overs specialist for the Ashes this summer.
Surrey director of cricket Alec Stewart is convinced Jason Roy can make a successful transition from one-day to Test opener for England.
The County Championship season gets under way later this week with cricket fans up and down the country excitedly awaiting its return.
Cricket is springing back into life across the north-east as the new season beckons.
Members of the Bangladesh cricket team narrowly missed the New Zealand mosque attack.
Jonny Bairstow and Adil Rashid stepped up to guide a depleted England side to victory over the West Indies, taking the first Twenty20 by four wickets in St Lucia.
Dawid Malan is eager to make an impression after returning to the England fold for the first since he was ruthlessly dropped last summer.
Cricketer Sir Alastair Cook, England’s all-time leading run scorer and most capped player, said he did not have the words to describe how special a day it had been as he collected his knighthood.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has unveiled the principal playing conditions for its controversial 100-ball format as well as announcing it will be called The Hundred.
Cricket often serves up tales of the unexpected.
England captain Eoin Morgan believes the World Cup can have a huge impact on cricket in Britain this summer – but insists the team must not yet start looking ahead to the competition.
Jofra Archer’s Hobart Hurricanes saw their hopes of reaching the Big Bash League final ended as Melbourne Stars secured an shock six-wicket victory at Bellerive Oval.
England ended their troubled Test tour of the West Indies with a thumping win, sealing victory by 232 runs on day four in St Lucia.
England were closing in on victory on the fourth evening of the third Test against the West Indies, who reached tea on 136 for six in pursuit of a notional 485.
James Anderson struck three times with the new ball as England closed in on victory in the third Test against the West Indies.
Jofra Archer’s Hobart Hurricanes suffered a rare Big Bash defeat, but victory was not enough for Sydney Thunder to secure a top-four place.
England go into the third Test against a resurgent West Indies looking to avert a 3-0 clean sweep in St Lucia.
England paceman Liam Plunkett helped his Melbourne Stars side to a surprise six-wicket Big Bash League win over their city rivals.
It has been a year when north and north-east stars have paraded their talents across a diverse range of sporting pursuits.
Adrian Neill has always been a hard man to ignore. At 6ft 11in, he is Scottish cricket’s very own Mount Rushmore and is scaling his own peaks in cricket.
The north-east cricket community has offered its support to international player, Con de Lange, who is battling a brain tumour.
Fraserburgh cricket club is casting its net wide to find a new generation of players dedicated to the organisation’s future.
There was something joyous about watching Worcester beat Sussex at Edgbaston on Saturday in the final of the T20 Blast.
Scottish cricket can’t afford to have ideas above its station. The ICC cabal that runs the sport, principally for the benefit of the “Big Three” – England, India and Australia – has seen to that.