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Domestic T20 not good enough - Morgan
Eoin Morgan says one reason England have to rotate players is a lack of a quality domestic Twenty20 competition.
Toss to be scrapped in county cricket
The mandatory coin toss is to be scrapped in both divisions of the County Championship next season.
Croft takes on Lancashire captaincy
Lancashire appoint Steven Croft as their captain for next season after Tom Smith steps down because of injury.
Billings leads England to T20 win
Sam Billings' thrilling half-century leads England to a 14-run win over Pakistan in the first Twenty20 international in Dubai.
Strikers consider Vince for Big Bash
Hampshire captain James Vince is being considered for a place in Australia's T20 Big Bash with Adelaide Strikers.
ECB makes helmets mandatory
Batsmen, wicketkeepers standing up and most close fielders will have to wear helmets in English first-class cricket from 2016.
Can floodlights save Test cricket?
Before one of Test history's biggest moments, BBC Sport looks at pink-ball cricket and hears from its supporters and critics.
SA all out for 79 as 20 wickets fall
South Africa are bowled out for 79 - the lowest Test total against India - as 20 wickets fall on the second day of the third Test.
Smith excited at 'creating history'
Australia captain Steve Smith and New Zealand's Brendon McCullum say cricket's first day-night Test is exciting for the sport.
Batsman Fell reveals cancer surgery
Worcestershire's Tom Fell is given the go-ahead to play next season after revealing he had testicular cancer surgery.
Batsman Levi extends Northants deal
South African batsman Richard Levi agrees a new two-year contract for all formats with county side Northants.
Jury mulls verdict on ex-NZ cricketer
The jury in the perjury trial in London of ex-New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns retires to consider its verdict.
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