South African batsman Cameron Delport hit the fastest T20 century by an Essex player.Read the full story ›
As England prepare for a World Cup final, local cricket clubs say a "lack of exposure" and player shortages are taking their toll.Read the full story ›
Essex and Warwickshire have agreed a deal to swap their County Championship fixtures after flooding caused problems.Read the full story ›
Essex's long-serving scorer has been selected to score the Cricket World Cup final at Lord's.Read the full story ›
Former Northamptonshire cricketer Con de Lange has died aged 38.Read the full story ›
Former Arsenal star Tony Adams was a special guest at Essex County Cricket Club.
The former centre half - who notched more than 600 games for the London giants - visited the County Ground in Chelmsford to talk about his career and his work with the Sporting Chance Clinic.
Adams went public with his battle with alcoholism in the 1990s - he founded the clinic in 2000 to help other sportsmen and women with addiction or mental health.
Just before Christmas it was announced that his work at the clinic had earned him the role of President of the Rugby Football League.
Essex cricketer Sir Alastair Cook will receive his knighthood in a ceremony on Tuesday.Read the full story ›
It's just under 100 days before the 2019 World Cup gets underway and for once, England will start as favourites.
It has all been about the importance of cricket in the community with a competition taking place in Luton on Wednesday with youngsters representing the different World Cup nations taking part.
Former England cricket Devon Malcolm was on hand with cricketing tips for the children taking part.
- Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Sports Correspondent Donovan Blake
Cricket is the latest sport to get the 'walking' treatment to open up the game to a wider group of players.
It is played at a slightly more leisurely pace and is meant for over 50s both experienced and beginner.
It can provide a lower impact way of staying active and avoiding injuries.
The walking cricket club in Bedford is one of the first in the country and joins the walking netball and hockey clubs that are also hosted there.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Graham Stothard from the John Bunyan Sports Centre in Bedford
Essex-born cricketer Ben Foakes became only the second wicketkeeper to score a century on his debut for EnglandRead the full story ›