First-team coach Jim Troughton is leaving Warwickshire following a review of the 2020 season.
Glamorgan sign Australian all-rounder Michael Neser as an overseas player for 2021, focussing mainly on Championship and 50-overs cricket.
The cricketing world praises Ben Stokes, Kings XI Punjab continue their remarkable comeback, plus some fielding tips from Jonny Bairstow.
Will Pucovski has no regrets about stepping away from cricket last summer when he was on the verge of Test selection and has come back “really ready” to handle the expectation that comes with being one of the game’s next big things.
England seamer Mark Wood has flagged he’s been forced to consider becoming a white ball specialist due to persistent injury problems stalling his Test career.
The Western Australia Cricket Association has responded to being snubbed from the international cricket season, saying it’s “extremely disappointed” with the result.
Former West Indies cricketer Marlon Samuels has come under fire for disgusting comments about the wife of superstar all-rounder Ben Stokes.
Will Pucovski has for the first time signed a professional T20 contract, joining the Melbourne Stars for the upcoming Big Bash League season.
Rejoice – this summer’s international cricket calendar has finally been revealed, with Virat Kohli’s India locked in for six limited overs matches and four Tests.
Details of India’s tour dates finally releasedThree-Test tour of South Africa also confirmedThe Boxing Day Test will go ahead at its traditional home of the MCG, Cricket Australia has confirmed, as details for India’s summer tour were finally released …
Greg Chappell has hailed Cameron Green as the “best young player since Ricky Ponting” while Allan Border says the time is now for the 21-year-old to join the Australian Test set-up.
Former West Indies cricketer Marlon Samuels has come under fire for disgusting comments about the wife of superstar all-rounder Ben Stokes.In August, Stokes left the English cricket squad during their Test series against Pakistan…
Skipper David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha struck blazing half-centuries on Tuesday as Sunrisers Hyderabad thrashed Delhi Capitals by 88 runs to keep their Indian Premier League play-off hopes alive.
The Yorkshire and England batsman’s lots also include a scorebook from his cricketing debut aged 13.
Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie says he hope to show home fans “what this team can do” next year after a Covid-hit 2020.