Hampshire appoint White successor

Hampshire have confirmed the appointment of Adrian Birrell as Craig White's successor in the first-team manager role.
The 58-year-old is currently in charge of Paarl Rocks and has enjoyed a strong campaign, leading his side to the knockout stages of the South African Mzansi Super League. Bir read more...

England turn to Giles to fill the void

England are set to announce former Test spinner Ashley Giles as their new director of cricket, replacing Andrew Strauss.
The 45-year-old, who is currently sporting director at Warwickshire, is finalising contract details after being identified as the preferred candidate by the England and Wa read more...

Anderson expecting World Cup dominance

Bowler James Anderson believes England will have to

screw up
to not win the 2019 World Cup England currently top the world rankings in the one-day format and remain strong favourites to lift the trophy on home soil. Eoin Morgan's side have impressed in recent years, win read more...

India dealt double blow ahead of second Test

India pair Ravichandran Ashwin and Rohit Sharma have been ruled out of this week's second Test against Australia due to injury.
The duo have not been included in Virat Kohli's 13-man squad for the second Test, which is due to get underway in Perth on Friday, with spinner Ashwin having been r read more...

Lancashire duo pen new deals

Josh Bohannon and Rob Jones have both signed new two-year contracts to stay with Lancashire until the end of the 2020 season.
The Red Rose have moved quickly to tie down 21-year-old all-rounder Bohannon, who made his debut for them in the summer and subsequently picked up the Club’s Breakt read more...

Langer hoping for quick Perth surface

Australia coach Justin Langer is hoping for a fast pitch when the new Perth Stadium hosts the second Test with India on Friday.
The Burswood venue has replaced the iconic WACA as Western Australia’s premier ground for international cricket and fans will witness the inaugural five-day matc read more...

Evans agrees Sussex extension

Batsman Laurie Evans has signed a new contract with Sussex that ties him to the club until after 2019.
Sussex announced the new deal on their website, confirming that their leading run-scorer in the Vitality Blast this year will be staying

beyond the 2019 season
. Ove read more...

Giles talks up Rhodes talent

Warwickshire director of sport Ashley Giles has hailed the progress Will Rhodes has made and feels there is more to come.
All-rounder Rhodes, who arrived at Warwickshire from Yorkshire last year, managed to notch up 974 first-class runs to help his new club to promotion and the Division Two read more...

Dananjaya hit by international cricket ban

The International Cricket Council has banned Sri Lanka bowler Akila Dananjaya from international cricket because of an illegal action.
The 25-year-old, who only made his debut for Sri Lanka against Bangladesh in February and has now played five Tests for his country, caught the attention of read more...

Roy misses out on Test selection

England have resisted the temptation to tinker with the Test squad for the three-match series against the West Indies next year.
Limited-overs specialist Jason Roy, who has been named in the ODI squad, was reportedly in line for a place in the Test team as questions still remain over the ope read more...