Jacques Rudolph has been named Glamorgan captain for 2015, replacing Mark Wallace who has been club captain for the last three seasons and Jim Allenby, who led the T20 side last season but has signed for Somerset
Gloucestershire have announced that John Bracewell, the director of cricket, will leave the club at the end of January as part of a "restructure of cricket operations" at the club
New Zealand and Pakistan have managed something special over the last week and a half - a bilateral one-day series that does not want for context
Saeed Ajmal has been named in the Pakistan A squad for their remaining two home games against Kenya in Lahore
Assad Fudadin, the West Indies batsman, has been ruled out of the South Africa Tests with a finger injury
A brutal fifty from Tim Ludeman, the fastest in BBL history off only 18 balls, provided an explosive start to a chase of 148 and laid the platform for a comfortable victory for Adelaide Strikers
Abdur Razzak's five-wicket haul sent Old DOHS Sports Club crashing to an eight-wicket defeat against Kalabagan Krira Chakra at the BKSP-4 Ground in the first of the three relegation league play-off matches
Stephen Mangongo has been fired as Zimbabwe's coach just eight weeks before the World Cup
West Indies have rarely looked more bereft. They are at least fulfilling their tour of South Africa, but if they are there in body, they are hardly there in spirit
Phil Whitticase is to leave Leicestershire after 31 years at the club as player and then coach
Perhaps it is the death of Phillip Hughes, perhaps it is the heat, perhaps it is the absence of Ryan Harris, but Mitchell Johnson is not as scary as he used to be
Chris Adams, the former Surrey coach, has been appointed to a short-term consultancy role with Netherlands
Josh Hazlewood has been on Australian cricket's radar since he was a teenager. The player that made a Test debut at the Gabba was a much-improved version of the tearaway from 2010
Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood completed a five-for on debut to help Australia dismiss India for 408 during an extended first session in Brisbane
Following receipt of recommendations from the Major Match Group, the England and Wales Cricket Board have confirmed the award of major matches from 2017-2019.
Lord’s Cricket Ground in London has been proposed as the venue for the ICC Cricket World Cup final when the tournament is staged in England and Wales in 2019 – and will also host the ICC Women’s World Cup final in 2017.
The England and Wales Cricket Board have recommended that the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017 follow the successful formula of the 2013 event with The Oval, Edgbaston and Cardiff being the venues proposed.
Australia’s Big Bash League starts on Thursday, and several England players past and present will play in the tournament. Here, ecb.co.uk’s Will Jackson runs the rule over them.
Stats highlights from the fourth ODI between New Zealand and Pakistan in Abu Dhabi
Pakistan and Sri Lanka Women announce their squads for the limited-overs matches in January in the UAE