Sam Northeast is using former Kent team-mate and close friend Joe Denly as an inspiration to break into England’s Test side but the Hampshire batsman knows the only way to make a compelling case is by weight of runs.
Mason Crane is happy to bide his time in first-class cricket after a challenging past couple of years as the Hampshire leg-spinner revealed his more immediate focus is to “ride the white-ball wave”.
Ireland have maintained their 1-0 lead over the West Indies after the second match of their three-match Twenty20 series was washed out on Saturday.
New England Women’s head coach Lisa Keightley has challenged her players to reach the final of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup in Australia next month.
The MCC Cricket committee and MCC World Cricket committee both believe Test cricket should continue to be played over five days.
England’s Jos Buttler has been fined 15% of his match fee and disciplined by the International Cricket Council following his outburst at Vernon Philander.
England are “holding their breath” over James Anderson’s latest injury.
England and Perth Scorchers batsman Liam Livingstone was struck multiple times in the crotch before hitting a swift half century in Australia’s Big Bash League.
England are supporting plans for four-day Test matches to ease the workload on players.
Australian paceman Peter Siddle has announced his retirement from international cricket after a career spanning 11 years.
Somerset have confirmed they have agreed personal terms with South Africa seamer Vernon Philander.
South Africa have appointed Mark Boucher as their new head coach.
Ben Stokes believes England have discovered a gem in Rory Burns, backing the opener to enjoy a long and successful Test future.
A snake on the outfield delayed the start of a cricket match in India.
Moeen Ali’s England exile will stretch into 2020 with national selector Ed Smith admitting he does not know if the all-rounder will return to the international arena.
Tributes poured in for Bob Willis after the former England bowler died at the age of 70.
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor thwarted England’s push for an unlikely victory in the second Test as New Zealand comfortably held on for a rain-affected draw at Hamilton to claim a 1-0 series triumph.
England captain Joe Root has called for one big final push from everyone as they attempt to level the Test series against New Zealand at Hamilton.
Joe Root’s magnificent 226 drove England’s push for a series-levelling victory on day four of the second Test against New Zealand but a draw at Hamilton now seems the likeliest outcome.
Joe Root was at his most determined in a magnificent 226 which pushed England into the ascendancy on the fourth afternoon of the second Test against New Zealand at Hamilton.