The International Criminal Court (ICC) has said it may investigate the British military for the first time after allegations that war crimes had been committed, it has been reported.
Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan has been banned from all cricket for two years, with 12 months suspended, by the International Cricket Council after accepting three anti-corruption charges.
Captain Mohammad Naveed is among three United Arab Emirates players to be charged under the International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption code.
Cricket Scotland's chief executive has backed life bans handed out to two Hong Kong cricketers found guilty of match-fixing.
The good news is that Scotland’s cricketers are on a winning streak.
There may not be any superstars among Oman’s cricket squad, which will be involved in the ICC World Cup League Two tri-series in Aberdeen with Scotland and Papua New Guinea this week.
On the morning after the champagne super over which sparked England’s maiden World Cup triumph, nobody could deny the excitement and efforts of both the winners and New Zealand to roll with it through the many twists and turns of the climactic contest.
There are two World Cups in progress at the moment - in cricket and women’s football - and both events, in different ways, have demonstrated how sport can impress and depress and occasionally during the same match.
No sport has a monopoly on stupidity, but cricket too often punches above its weight when it comes to creating unbridled farce.
There have been plenty of justified complaints about the structure of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, which starts this week.
As Scotland prepare to tackle Afghanistan in a brace of ODIs in Edinburgh this week, it’s worth remembering how much progress the visitors have made in such a remarkably short time.
Scotland's new cricket coach has expressed his excitement at the ambition and positive attitude which exists within his squad.
Kyle Coetzer knows that the clock is ticking on every sports star's career once they reach 34.
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.
Former Scotland player Colin Smith has urged the ICC to create a two-tier international cricket structure to sort out the current “mess” in the game.