Pakistan & Sri Lanka clinch last Women's World Cup spots
Pakistan and Sri Lanka clinch the last two places for this summer's ICC Women's World Cup, which is being played in England.
Clare Shillington: Ireland veteran quits one-day internationals after World Cup Qualifier
Clare Shillington announces her retirement from one-day internationals as Ireland fall to defeat by South Africa in a dead-rubber World Cup qualifier.
Peter Richardson: Ex-Kent, Worcestershire & England batsman dies aged 85
Former Kent, Worcestershire and England opening batsman Peter Richardson dies at the age of 85.
West Indies' Samuels cleared to bowl after ban
West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels is cleared to bowl after serving a 12-month ban for an illegal action.
Women's World Cup Qualifier: Pakistan end Ireland hopes as India & South Africa qualify
Ireland's hopes of qualifying for the Women's World Cup are ended by Pakistan as India and South Africa clinch qualification.
Joe Root: New England captain to seek advice of former skippers
New England captain Joe Root says he will seek the advice of his predecessors before taking charge for the first time in July.
Watch: Joe Root's pint-sized England career
BBC Sport takes a look back at some highlights from new England Test captain Joe Root's career so far.
Scotland to play Sri Lanka in May warm-up matches at Beckenham
Scotland will play warm-up matches against Sri Lanka at Beckenham in Kent on 21 and 23 May, ahead of the Champions Trophy.
Timm van der Gugten: Glamorgan bowler in doubt for start of the season
Glamorgan's Dutch fast bowler Timm van der Gugten could be in doubt for the start of the County Championship season.
Daryl Mitchell: Ex-Worcestershire captain elected as new PCA chairman
Former Worcestershire captain Daryl Mitchell takes over as the new chairman of the Professional Cricketers' Association.
James Vince: Hampshire captain hopes pre-season work will lead to Test recall
Hampshire's James Vince hopes time to reflect and work on his game in pre-season will push him back into England contention.
Cricket spot-fixing claims: Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed one of two men arrested
Pakistan batsman Nasir Jamshed is one of two men who were arrested by UK investigators in connection with alleged corruption, the BBC understands.
England must rekindle 'love' for Test cricket - Stokes
England need to make people "fall in love" with Test cricket again, says new vice-captain Ben Stokes.
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Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action
This week's sport on the BBC includes the London Anniversary Games, England v Pakistan Test cricket and the Hungarian Grand Prix.
England captain Joe Root promises exciting brand of cricket
Newly appointed England captain Joe Root promises an exciting brand of cricket as the 26-year-old succeeds Alastair Cook, despite having skippered in only four previous first-class matches.
Joe Root: England Test captain 'ready' - Michael Vaughan
A "driven, determined" Joe Root is "certainly ready" to succeed Alastair Cook as England Test captain, says former skipper Michael Vaughan.
Joe Root announced as England Test captain
BBC Sport looks back at the cricket beginnings of England's new Test captain Joe Root as the Yorkshire batsmen is announced as Alastair Cook's successor.
Archive: Joe Root answers our silly questions
England batsman Joe Root answers our silly questions before the 2015-16 Test series against South Africa.
Alastair Cook still 'hungry' to score runs for England
Alastair Cook says he wants to remain in the England team despite stepping down as captain and says he's "hungry" to add to his record-breaking run tally.
Joe Root: Is England Test captain the right Alastair Cook replacement?
Joe Root may have been the only realistic candidate to replace Alastair Cook as England captain, but does that make him the right man for the job?
Heather Knight column: Women's Big Bash League, Taylor Swift and the oldest living Test cricketer
England captain Heather Knight reflects on the Women's Big Bash League, Taylor Swift songs, an "orphans' Christmas" and yoga with a centenarian.
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County ins & outs - signings, departures and rumours
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ICC Test, ODI and T20 rankings - teams, batsmen and bowlers
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