Cambridgeshire cricketer Charlotte Edwards has announced her retirement from the sport.Read the full story ›
Essex Eagles and Northamptonshire Steelbacks have both been knocked out of the T20 Blast after they failed to win their final group games.
The Eagles were well beaten at Sussex as they fell 55 runs short of their 173 target, while Northants' match against Durham fell victim to the weather.
It means that Northants' reign as champions is over after they won the competition last season.
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Donovan Blake
It will be a proud day for everyone connected with Mildenhall Cricket Club when former player Tom Westley makes his England Test debut later today.
The Essex batsman has been named in the team to face South Africa at The Oval.
Mildenhall was one of Westley's first clubs and he still occasionally plays for them when he gets a chance.
England batsman Tom Westley admits his family were very emotional after hearing of his call-up for the upcoming Test against South Africa.Read the full story ›
Essex batsman Tom Westley has been named in the England Test squad to face South Africa next week.Read the full story ›
Bangladesh batsman has denied his decision to quit Essex was due to an alleged 'acid attack' on his family.Read the full story ›
England batsman Alastair Cook has broken the Essex county batting record scoring 373 with partner Nick Browne against Middlesex.Read the full story ›
Former Essex cricketer Monty Panesar and Norfolk commentator Henry Blofeld are among the stars taking part in a charity cricket match to raise cash for those affected by the Grenfell tower tragedy.
Monty is playing for Lashings, a team described as the Harlem Globetrotters of cricket, against a team of politicians in a T20 game in London. Blowers will be providing match commentary. They hope it'll raise thousands for those caught up in the disaster.
Essex are in a strong position to win their first day-night County Championship game, thanks to a good start to their clash with Middlesex.Read the full story ›
Essex's new overseas cricketer Mohammad Amir admits it will take time before he is fully accepted as a role model for future players.
The Pakistan left arm paceman only returned to International cricket last year after being convicted and banned for spot-fixing.
Now barely a week after helping his country win the ICC Champions Trophy against India for the first time, Amir is hoping to bolster Essex's County Championship title bid. They cemented their place at the top of Division One by beating Warwickshire by an innings and 164 runs.
And Amir believes his impressive opening bowling spell in the Champions Trophy Final - he took 3 wickets for just 16 runs - helped to convince himself that he's on the right track in re-establishing his status in the game.
It was a big relief to be honest. That kind of performance was due, in my mind, because everybody was looking for my performance.
If you are playing as a senior player of the team, you have to do well and you have to lead from the front. Thank God I did it and it was one of the best performances of my career.
I'm learning new things. I want to be a better player, I want to be a better human being. I want to be a role model for the youngsters but it will take time because I'm still on the learning process.
For me it's like the start of my career. Hopefully, in the end, I will be a role model for the youngsters.