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Injured Root out of England tour
Joe Root will miss England's Twenty20 matches against West Indies after breaking his thumb in the last one-day international.
Warwickshire confirm Trott's return
Warwickshire confirm that England batsman Jonathan Trott will be fit to start the new season in April.
Broad 'baffled' by ball change
Stuart Broad says he was "baffled" by a decision to change a ball in England's 25-run win over West Indies in the third ODI.
Buttler backed by legend Richards
West Indies legend Viv Richards says England one-day star Jos Buttler is "one of the finest finishers in world cricket".
England hold on for series victory
Joe Root scores his first one-day international ton as England beat West Indies by 25 runs to win the series 2-1.
Australia seal dramatic SA series win
Australia finally break South Africa's resistance to win the series and send Graeme Smith into retirement with defeat.
Ashes loss was a wake-up - Anderson
England and Lancashire bowler James Anderson believes the 5-0 Ashes whitewash by Australia will be a "wake-up call".
Broad's captaincy impresses Vaughan
Stuart Broad is praised for "brave and proactive" leadership by ex-England captain Michael Vaughan.
Miller to become Derbyshire president
Derbyshire confirm ex-England national selector Geoff Miller is to be voted in as club president this month.
'Giles can make England world-beaters'
Graeme Swann backs Ashley Giles to be England's permanent head coach and says the team can return to the top.
All cricketers 'hair tested' for drugs
Every professional cricketer in England and Wales has been "hair tested" as part of a pilot scheme to step up drug testing.
VIDEO: Ball change 'baffles' Broad
Captain Stuart Broad denies that England tampered with the ball during their one-day international victory over the West Indies.
AUDIO: Miller's Derbys role 'ambassadorial'
Derbyshire chief executive Simon Storey speaks to BBC Radio Derby following the appointment of former England selector Geoff Miller as club president.
VIDEO: Cook critics deluded - Swann
Graeme Swann says anyone who questions whether Alistair Cook should remain as England captain is "deluded".
AUDIO: Guernsey 'low' after Caymans loss
Guernsey Cricket Board CEO Mark Latter tells BBC Radio Guernsey that the tourists are "feeling fairly low" after losing their ICC World Cricket League Division Five opener.
VIDEO: England bowlers were perfect - Broad
England captain Stuart Broad says he is "delighted" with his "perfect" bowlers after England beat West Indies by three wickets to level the one day series at 1-1.
VIDEO: England have gone back to basics - Broad
England's limited overs captain Stuart Broad praises the "relaxed" approach of new coach Ashley Giles ahead of England's one day international against the West Indies.
AUDIO: Kent chief welcomes Stevens verdict
Kent chief executive Jamie Clifford tells BBC Radio Kent he is delighted Darren Stevens has been cleared of failing to report a corrupt approach.
AUDIO: Joyce and Simmons laud shock Irish win
Man of the match Ed Joyce and coach Phil Simmons are both delighted after Ireland surprise defending world champions the West Indies in the Twenty20 clash in Jamaica.
AUDIO: Whitticase praises new signing Shreck
Leicestershire director of cricket Phil Whitticase says experienced duo Charlie Shreck and Ramnaresh Sarwan will be a huge help to the younger players in the 2014 season.
Banned cricketer Westfield seeks redemption
Mervyn Westfield, jailed for spot-fixing in 2012, is on the verge of resuming his cricket career in Essex
County ins & outs
With the 2014 season on the horizon, keep up to date with the latest signings, departures and rumours
Farewell to England’s biggest foe
The 'incredible leader' who engineered the downfall of three England captains retires from international cricket
Ask Graeme Swann
Former England off-spinner Graeme Swann on his retirement, his toughest opponents and Alastair Cook's singing