England women thrash S Africa in T20
Charlotte Edwards stars as England thrash South Africa by nine wickets in the opening game of their three-match Twenty20 series.
Moores defends Cook's one-day role
England coach Peter Moores says skipper Alastair Cook can be an influential one-day batsman, after criticism of his scoring rate.
Lyth ton puts Yorkshire in command
A huge century from Adam Lyth puts title-chasing Yorkshire in command over Lancashire at Old Trafford.
Four sign new deals at Somerset
Craig Meschede, Johann Myburgh, Tom Abell and Jack Leach all sign new deals with Somerset.
Rain thwarts Middlesex and Warwicks
Persistent rain and bad light sees only seven overs bowled between Warwickshire and Middlesex on day two at Lord's.
Somerset's Overton shines after rain
Somerset's Craig Overton takes three wickets but rain allows for only 29 overs on day two against Northants.
Hants sign Nottinghamshire's Adams
Hampshire sign Nottinghamshire seamer Andre Adams on a short-term deal for the 2015 season.
Footitt haul keeps Worcs in check
A four-wicket haul from Mark Footitt keeps Derbyshire in control against promotion-chasing Worcestershire.
Poor weather slows Kent's progress
Daniel Bell-Drummond hits a half-century but the weather slows Kent's progress on day two against Glamorgan.
Rain disrupts Hampshire and Leics
Only 10 overs are bowled on day two between Hampshire and Leicestershire in Southampton after persistent rain.
Surrey to sign Somerset's Burke
Division Two side Surrey agree a deal to sign Somerset all-rounder James Burke on a two-year contract,
Uncapped Roy in England T20 squad
England name uncapped Surrey batsman Jason Roy in their Twenty20 squad to face India at Edgbaston on 7 September.
Zimbabwe stun Australia in Harare
Zimbabwe defeat Australia in a one-day international for the first time since 1983 after a three-wicket win in Harare.
Cook defends England's ODI approach
England captain Alastair Cook defends his team's tactics after a second successive heavy defeat in the one-day series with India.
India beat England to take 2-0 lead
India beat England by six wickets at Trent Bridge to take a 2-0 lead in the one-day series with two games left.
Swann denies witch hunt against Cook
Graeme Swann renews his call for former team-mate Alastair Cook to end his captaincy of the England one-day side.
Kent beat Glos to make One-Day semis
Kent complete the semi-final line-up of the One-Day Cup by beating Gloucestershire by 24 runs.
Warwicks to face Kent in semi-finals
Warwickshire will play Kent at Edgbaston, while Durham will host Nottinghamshire in the One-Day Cup semi-finals.
VIDEO: Cricket World Cup tours Scotland
The ICC Cricket World Cup trophy tours Scotland with some of the players who will be vying for a place in the team to travel to New Zealand and Australia next year.
AUDIO: Lewis praise for 'fantastic' Durham
Head coach Jon Lewis tells BBC Newcastle Durham's One-Day Cup quarter-final victory over Yorkshire was a "fantastic" performance.
VIDEO: BBC Sport's A-Z of summer: Part one
Watch part one of BBC Sport's A-Z of summer 2014, featuring James Rodriguez's magical World Cup and Rory McIlroy's back-to-back major victories.
AUDIO: Strong England key to counties - Rhodes
Worcestershire director of cricket Steve Rhodes tells BBC Hereford and Worcester a successful England side is vital to the county game.
AUDIO: Lancashire held their nerve - Chapple
Lancashire captain Glen Chapple tells BBC Radio Manchester his side held their nerve to beat Durham in a very tense County Championship match finish at Old Trafford.
VIDEO: Cook salutes 'almost perfect' England
England captain Alastair Cook says his side have played "almost the perfect games" in the last two Tests after completing a 3-1 series victory over India.
VIDEO: England must 'keep moving forward' - Moores
England coach Peter Moores says that his players must "keep moving forward" after their 3-1 series win over India.
VIDEO: The Analyst: How to play a bouncer
Cricket analyst Simon Hughes explains how to play the bouncer, which has accounted for a number of wickets in England's latest Test series.
VIDEO: Broad shows off broken nose
A heavily bandaged Stuart Broad poses for photographs alongside his England team-mates at The Oval ahead of their fifth and final Test with India.
Bears finally make their name at T20
Twenty20 success finally comes to Edgbaston as the Birmingham Bears celebrate their name change by winning the Blast.
Have bat and ball, will travel
Having enjoyed a globetrotting childhood, Natalie Sciver is now settled and looking to make an even bigger impact for England.
England: What's fixed and what's still broken?
England thrashed India to turn around their Test summer, but what areas still need work before next year's Ashes series?
Indian media blame Dhoni & Fletcher
After three humiliating defeats by England, calls are getting louder in India to sack captain Mahendra Dhoni.
Resurgent England look a team again
England captain Alastair Cook must be very satisfied with this summer’s turnaround, says Jonathan Agnew.
County ins & outs
With the 2014 season in full swing, keep up to date with the latest signings, departures and rumours.
Collingwood gives Durham upper hand
A 59-run eighth-wicket stand between Paul Collingwood and Paul Coughlin puts Durham on top against Notts.
VIDEO: The Analyst: The art of death bowling
Analyst Simon Hughes explains the art of 'death' bowling in one day international cricket and how England must master the skill.