Vince hails pace duo after Worcestershire scalp

Hampshire skipper James Vince was full of praise for his bowlers as they beat Worcestershire by 196 runs in the Championship.
Worcestershire resumed their second innings on 59-3 needing an unlikely further 265 to win, but they never threatened to reach that total and were all out for 127. Th read more...

Moores – Gurney set tone for Notts’ win

Nottinghamshire coach Peter Moores felt England hopeful Harry Gurney

set the tone
for his side's emphatic victory over Lancashire.
Gurney claimed career best First-Class figures of 6-25 while Jake Ball finished with his best-ever match figures of 9-57 as the Red Rose read more...

Finch reveals captaincy hopes

Aaron Finch has confirmed that he would like to take over from the banned Steve Smith as Australia's next one-day captain.
The 31-year-old has thrown his hat into the ring for the vacancy after Smith was suspended for 12 months for his part in the ball-tampering scandal during the Baggy Gree read more...

Four new faces in Pakistan camp

Pakistan have named four uncapped batsman in their squad ahead of their tour of Ireland and England this summer.
Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Saad Ali and Usman Salahuddin are all new faces that have all been called up to the Test squad for the summer tour. Left-hander Imam, who is the nephew read more...

Kent crumble to 64 but bowlers hit back

Kent were dismissed for just 64 before their bowlers reduced Gloucestershire to 110-8 on day two of the Division Two Championship game.
No play was possible on Friday due to rain but there is still every chance of a result after a crazy day at Canterbury, with 18 wickets falling in tough bat read more...

Roy stars as Daredevils get off the mark

Jason Roy smashed an unbeaten 91 as Delhi Daredevils recorded their first win in this season's Indian Premier League.
The England white-ball opener smashed an unbeaten 91 from just 53 deliveries, with six sixes and six fours as Delhi reached their target of 195 from the final ball of their i read more...

Foxes captain wants ‘attacking cricket’

New Leicestershire captain Michael Carberry has promised to promote young talent and

attacking cricket
this season.
Carberry will lead the county against Loughborough MCCU on Saturday in a two-day match after rain washed out Friday's scheduled play at the Fischer Cou read more...

Renshaw replaces Bancroft at Somerset

Somerset have moved to replace Cameron Bancroft by signing his fellow Australian batsman Matt Renshaw.
The County Championship Division One outfit have drafted in the 22-year-old, who has scored 630 runs in 13 Test appearances, to play in all formats of cricket after Bancroft was handed a ni read more...

Surrey bring back Elgar

South Africa's Test opener Dean Elgar has signed for Surrey as their overseas replacement for the injured Mitchell Marsh.
Surrey were hit by the news Marsh would miss the opening two months of the County Championship campaign after the Australia all-rounder suffered an ankle injury which req read more...

Broad happy with Taylor arrival

Nottinghamshire paceman Stuart Broad has tipped New Zealand star Ross Taylor to be a big for the county this season.
The pair were on opposite sides in the recent Test series between England and New Zealand but has signed on for Nottinghamshire for eight games in the Specsavers County Champi read more...