English cricket is set to step up its drug-testing procedures as a result of the death of Tom Maynard.
Tributes are being paid to the former Sussex and England cricket captain Tony Greig, who died this weekend after having a heart attack.
An annual sporting occasion involving yachtsmen from Hampshire and the Isle of Wight was called off when waves stopped play.
The West Indies’ former captain, Chris Gayle, will play international cricket for the first time in 14 months at The Ageas Bowl in Hampshire. He's been recalled by the West Indies for the NatWest One-Day International (ODI) Series against England.
The 32-year-old has been out of the team following a dispute with the West Indies Cricket Board but will now be one of the star attractions at the home of Hampshire Cricket when the two teams meet on June 16. He is the fourth highest-scoring West Indies batsman in ODI cricket with 8,087 runs.
Sussex's total of 291 for three on a dry, slow pitch was always going to prove too much, especially after Unicorns' openers Michael Thornely and James Ord were dismissed in the first four overs of the reply, and the visitors could only make 147 for nine.
The two left-handers shared a second-wicket stand of 175 and although opener Joyce was out shortly after reaching his 11th one-day hundred 21-year-old Machan, who was playing only his third List A game for Sussex, pushed on to score an undefeated 126.
Kent Police are appealing for information after more than £3000 worth of cricket equipment was stolen.
The bats are thought to have been stolen from a car in Maidstone.
Brands of bat include Pod, Rogue and Salix.
Officers have asked people to contact them if they are offered any second hand equipment
The mother of Kyle Rees, the 16-year-old schoolboy who was killed by a cricket ball in Bournemouth, has paid tribute to her son. Tanya Cooper said: "Words cannot explain how much he loved us, and how much we loved him. He will be eternally missed by us all."