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    Brathwaite ton frustrates England

    England are frustrated by Kraigg Brathwaite's composed century as West Indies have the better of the fourth day of the second Test.

  • ECB 'concern' over domain name buy-up

    ECB 'concern' over domain name buy-up

    The England and Wales Cricket Board is "concerned" by the recent registering of domain names similar to their own.

  • 'Nothing wrong' with Samuels salute

    'Nothing wrong' with Samuels salute

    Marlon Samuels should keep on having fun at England's expense, says Windies bowling coach Sir Curtly Ambrose.

  • Do not make Root captain yet - Swann

    Do not make Root captain yet - Swann

    Appointing Joe Root England captain too soon could make him "half the player", according to Graeme Swann.

  • Murtagh returns for England ODI

    Murtagh returns for England ODI

    Ireland recall bowler Tim Murtagh to their squad for next month's one-day match against England at Malahide.

  • Woakes out for weeks after surgery

    Woakes out for weeks after surgery

    England bowler Chris Woakes has surgery on a knee injury and will be sidelined for a further four to six weeks.

  • Middlesex sign bowler Abbott for T20

    Middlesex sign bowler Abbott for T20

    Middlesex sign South Africa fast bowler Kyle Abbott for the first half of their T20 Blast campaign.

  • Yorkshire sign all-rounder Middlebrook

    Yorkshire sign all-rounder Middlebrook

    Yorkshire sign off spinning all-rounder spinner James Middlebrook, as cover for England Test squad member Adil Rashid.

  • Stone signs new Northants contract

    Stone signs new Northants contract

    Northants bowler Olly Stone signs a contract extension that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2016 season.

  • Raine signs Leicestershire extension

    Raine signs Leicestershire extension

    Leicestershire's Ben Raine signs a new contract that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2017 season.

  • Broad defends England sledging

    Broad defends England sledging

    Bowler Stuart Broad defends England's sledging during the second Test against West Indies in Grenada.

  • England reject Yorkshire Rashid plea

    England reject Yorkshire Rashid plea

    England turn down Yorkshire's request for spinner Adil Rashid to return home from the West Indies after being overlooked.

  • Bangladesh seal Pakistan whitewash

    Bangladesh seal Pakistan whitewash

    Bangladesh thrash Pakistan by eight wickets to complete a 3-0 one-day international series whitewash.

  • VIDEO: Broad defends England sledging

    VIDEO: Broad defends England sledging

    Stuart Broad insists there was "not a huge amount of sledging going on" during England's second Test against West Indies in Grenada.

  • VIDEO: Flintoff chaos at T20 Blast launch

    VIDEO: Flintoff chaos at T20 Blast launch

    Former England cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff causes chaos at the launch of the NatWest T20 Blast competition.

  • VIDEO: Cricket 'helps' Poynton with tragedy

    VIDEO: Cricket 'helps' Poynton with tragedy

    Derbyshire's Tom Poynton tells BBC Sport's Sam Sheringham that cricket helps him cope with the tragedy of losing his father in a car accident last year.

  • AUDIO: Essex maintaining momentum - Foster

    AUDIO: Essex maintaining momentum - Foster

    Captain James Foster tells BBC Essex that beating Kent in their opening fixture shows the county has maintained momentum established at the end of last season.

  • VIDEO: Cook hails 'incredible' Anderson feat

    VIDEO: Cook hails 'incredible' Anderson feat

    England captain Alastair Cook says James Anderson's "incredible" bowling achievement will be "a weight off his shoulders".

  • VIDEO: Livingstone 'didn't feel great' before 350

    VIDEO: Livingstone 'didn't feel great' before 350

    All-rounder Liam Livingstone says he "didn't feel great" as he went out to bat for Nantwich before making 350 off just 138 balls in a National Club Championship match against Caldy.

  • VIDEO: The story of the Stanford scandal

    VIDEO: The story of the Stanford scandal

    BBC Sport's Joe Wilson visits Antigua to see how the Caribbean island has recovered from the Allen Stanford scandal.

  • VIDEO: Who are Anderson's 'bunnies'?

    VIDEO: Who are Anderson's 'bunnies'?

    BBC Sport looks at the key numbers from the Test career of England's record-breaking bowler Jimmy Anderson.

  • VIDEO: Anderson thankful record talk is over

    VIDEO: Anderson thankful record talk is over

    James Anderson said he is "thankful" to have surpassed Sir Ian Botham as England's highest Test wicket-taker and that "people can stop talking about it".

  • VIDEO: Flintoff pays tribute to 'special' Anderson

    VIDEO: Flintoff pays tribute to 'special' Anderson

    Former Lancashire and England team-mate Andrew Flintoff says the "fire is always burning" inside England's record Test wicket taker James Anderson.

  • VIDEO: What happened to West Indies cricket?

    VIDEO: What happened to West Indies cricket?

    BBC Sport's Joe Wilson talks to legends of West Indies cricket Sir Viv Richards and Sir Curtly Ambrose to uncover what is behind the decline of the game in the Caribbean.

  • VIDEO: 'England on cusp of something special'

    VIDEO: 'England on cusp of something special'

    Former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff says the current Test team are "as strong as we ever have been".

  • You find a way to cope - Poynton

    You find a way to cope - Poynton

    Tom Poynton on returning to cricket one year after the car crash that killed his father and nearly ended his career.

  • Who is England's best-ever bowler?

    Who is England's best-ever bowler?

    James Anderson is England's top Test wicket-taker - but is he the best ever? Find out who came top in a special BBC Sport study.

  • Anderson: Story of a record-breaker

    Anderson: Story of a record-breaker

    From his Burnley breakthrough to beating Sir Ian Botham, BBC Sport traces James Anderson's journey to the top.

  • County cricket club-by-club guide 2015

    County cricket club-by-club guide 2015

    Kevin Pietersen at Surrey and Yorkshire aiming for back-to-back titles - BBC Sport's guide to the new county cricket season.

  • County ins & outs

    County ins & outs

    Keep up to date with the latest signings, departures and rumours as the 2015 county season gets under way.

  • ICC Test, ODI and T20 rankings

    ICC Test, ODI and T20 rankings

    Official team and player rankings for men and women's Tests, one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches.

  • VIDEO: Vaughan salutes Samuels' 'banter'

    VIDEO: Vaughan salutes Samuels' 'banter'

    Former England captain Michael Vaughan describes Marlon Samuels' salute to the departing Ben Stokes as "banter of the highest order".

  • 'I've never seen Root bat so well'

    'I've never seen Root bat so well'

    Joe Root is becoming England's man for all seasons, says Jonathan Agnew, but the tourists missed some opportunities.

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