Australia's captain Michael Clarke has delivered an impassioned statement of desire to carry on after this Ashes series, rebuking suggestions he is near the finish line as "a complete load of rubbish"
Mahela Jayawardene is to join the England side as batting consultant. The prolific batsman will, ESPNcricinfo understands, be part of the England coaching team travelling to the UAE for the Test and limited-overs series against Paki...
Northamptonshire chief executive, Ray Payne, has admitted that the club are talking to the ECB about financial assistance but denied that they are considering selling their ground and moving to a new home
Wicketkeeper-batsman Morne van Wyk has been recalled to South Africa's squads for the ODI and Twenty20 international series against New Zealand in August
Disillusioned by a supposed lack of support while playing for Rajasthan, Robin Bist has moved to Himachal Pradesh
Bangladesh's home series against India and South Africa were hampered by rain but the monsoon months could offer a chance to host more limited-overs series
India's coaching staff is in a state of flux ahead of their first challenge of a long and busy season. The team director, Ravi Shastri, will only join the squad in Sri Lanka on August 8
Management representatives of the Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals franchises have not been invited for the first round of discussions with the BCCI's working group that is in charge of studying the Lodha panel order
Centuries from Martin Guptill and Tom Latham led New Zealand to a 10-wicket romp as they chased down 236 without loss to level the ODI series 1-1
While the Australian side has maintained unity in the controversy following Brad Haddin's demotion in the side but there appears to some angst about the sequence in which events took place.
Mitchell Johnson is hoping to return to the aggression that saw him bounce out Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes at Edgbaston
Sam Lavery talks about the power, and problems with "automatic response" batting. As the players I coach progress through the age groups on the road towards the professional game, I often find myself trying to help them train their "automated...Show More Summary
David Willey's powerful run-a-ball 91 led Northamptonshire to a comfortable four-wicket win over Somerset at Wantage Road and kept their quest for a Royal London Cup quarter-final on track.
Sairaj Bahutule, the former India legspinner, has been named coach of Bengal for a two-year period
Oliver Hannon-Dalby recorded the best List A figures for Warwickshire's since 2004 as the Bears' resurgence in the Royal London One Day Cup continued with a nine-wicket victory over Glamorgan
Dawid Malan and Nick Gubbins both made excellent hundreds as Middlesex squeezed past Sussex by three runs in a thriller at Hove to maintain their hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the Royal London Cup.
A career-best one-day knock of 90 from Leicestershire opener Angus Robson, the highest of the match, could not stop Yorkshire completing a 31-run victory over their visitors in the Royal London Cup clash at Headingley
The BCB has appointed Stuart Law as the technical advisor of the Bangladesh Under-19 team
The Cricket Association of Bihar has petitioned the Supreme Court of India to hand over the Justice Mudgal report and the sealed envelope related to its investigation to the Justice Lodha panel
Eoin Morgan, England's limited-overs captain, has been given a break by Middlesex amid a form slump that has not seen him pass fifty since the one-day series against New Zealand