A Joe Root century ensured England started their ICC Champions Trophy campaign with a win at The Oval.Read the full story ›
Toby Roland-Jones made his England debut on his home ground as Mark Wood and Liam Plunkett were added to the first-choice players rested in the third Royal London Series match against South Africa at Lord's.
Roland-Jones was among three players called in as cover on the eve of this final match, in which England are bidding for a 3-0 whitewash, and he and fellow Middlesex seamer Steven Finn came straight into the team.
Wood and Plunkett were rested along with the absences already announced as injury precautions for Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes and Moeen Ali.
Jonny Bairstow replaced Stokes at number five, and David Willey came in for his first match of the series, as England made four changes in all to the team which took an unassailable 2-0 lead at the Ageas Bowl on Saturday.
South Africa won the toss for the third successive time and, again as previously, chose to bowl first. Morne Morkel was selected for the first time to lead their attack, and JP Duminy and Wayne Parnell returned after being rested in Southampton.
Seamer Jimmy Anderson has picked a groin injury that could rule him out of England's opening Test of the summer against South Africa.Read the full story ›
England ensured a simple series win over Ireland by completing their second victory against the visitors at Lord's on Sunday.Read the full story ›
Eoin Morgan promises England will be fully focused against Ireland despite the absence of three players at the Indian Premier League.Read the full story ›
Surrey all-rounder Zafar Ansari, who made his England Test debut last year, has announced his retirement from cricket at the age of 25.Read the full story ›
A flurry of April snow has forced Yorkshire to halt play in their second XI match against Lancashire at Headingley.
Yorkshire's Twitter account posted a remarkable picture of the ground covered with snow - a sight seldom seen in an English midwinter, let alone the early stages of spring.
Play was stopped with Lancashire on 7-0 after two overs, with this visitors chasing 260 to beat rivals Yorkshire.
Injured Alastair Cook is already looking ahead to an England future in which he plays under the "next generation" of leaders.Read the full story ›
Alec Stewart has voiced his concerns about the "dangerous" vote taking place on the future of domestic cricket.Read the full story ›
Colin Graves has identified a "watershed moment" as English cricket calls on key stakeholders to give go-ahead for new city-based Twenty20Read the full story ›