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The ECB have conveyed its sympathy to the family of Phillip Hughes after the tragic and terrible news of his passing in Sydney.
As shock and numbness spread through the world of cricket following the tragic loss of Phillip Hughes, the devastation at Middlesex, Hampshire and Worcestershire was particularly acute.
Live coverage of England's first one-day international against Sri Lanka at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.
Alastair Cook said he was frustrated that England weren't able to capitalise on a magnificent innings from Moeen Ali in the first one-day international in Sri Lanka.
England are more than capable of beating defending champions Pakistan in their opening Blind Cricket World Cup match in South Africa on Thursday, according to skipper Matt Dean.
The release of the 2015 domestic cricket fixtures at 10.30am on Thursday will be met with great anticipation in the Gidman household.
International paceman Boyd Rankin and emerging batsman Sam Hain have signed long-term deals with Warwickshire.
Sussex left-arm seamer Lewis Hatchett has been rewarded for his breakthrough season with a new two-year contract.
Mohammad Hafeez made the most of Pakistan winning the toss on a lifeless Sharjah surface with an unbeaten 178 to put the designated hosts in charge on the opening day of their third Test against New Zealand.
Bangladesh continued their dominance of Zimbabwe, wrapping up the one-day series with two games to spare on the back of a Test whitewash.
Skipper Alastair Cook knows his side must turn words into actions when they begin their World Cup winter in earnest against Sri Lanka tomorrow.
England's upcoming series against Sri Lanka will offer a step into the unknown as they prepare to play one-day internationals in Hambantota and Pallekele for the very first time.
Australia batsman Phil Hughes is in a critical condition after being struck on the head by a bouncer in a Sheffield Shield match.
Head Coach Ross Hunter thinks England’s Visually Impaired squad are perfectly placed to put two years of hard work into practice at the Blind Cricket World Cup in South Africa.
The deadline for entries into the 2015 Royal London Club Championship is close but there is still time to get your entry form in to secure your place in the draw.
New Zealand have given a surprise recall to veteran spinner Daniel Vettori ahead of the third and final Test against Pakistan in Sharjah.
Ian Bell expects England to play a “positive, aggressive brand of cricket” during the one-day international series in Sri Lanka.
England will face many familiar opponents at the start of their one-day international series against Sri Lanka, after a 15-man squad was announced for the first three of seven games.
Big Bash League champions Perth Scorchers have bolstered their squad for the defence of their title with the signing of Hampshire opening batsman Michael Carberry.
Tickets for the NatWest International T20 Bank Holiday double-header between England and Australia at the SWALEC Stadium on August 31 2015 are available to purchase.