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NZ batsmen punish profligate England
New Zealand dominate England's bowlers to move into a strong position after two days of the first Test at Lord's.
Gillespie confirms England talks
Jason Gillespie holds two positive meetings with director of cricket Andrew Strauss over the England head coach vacancy.
England coach 'may come after Ashes'
England may not appoint a new coach before the Ashes start in July, according to new cricket director Andrew Strauss.
High security as Pakistan win T20
More than 4,000 security staff are in force as Pakistan stages its first international match since a 2009 terror attack.
Sangakkara hits ton in Surrey draw
Kumar Sangakkara scores his second Championship century for Surrey as their Division Two match with Northants ends in a draw.
Worcs confirm June return for Ajmal
Worcestershire confirm spinner Saeed Ajmal will return in June after receiving clearance from the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Compton aims to regain England place
Middlesex top order batsman Nick Compton hopes he can convince England's selectors to give him a Test recall.
No Pietersen ultimatum issued - Cook
England captain Alastair Cook says he did not issue an ultimatum over the selection of batsman Kevin Pietersen.
Kent beat Glos for first victory
Kent move off the bottom of Division Two and beat Gloucestershire by eight wickets for their first win of the season.
Glamorgan win despite Essex rally
Ryan ten Doeschate makes an unbeaten 74 in Cardiff, but cannot stop Glamorgan securing an 89-run win over Essex.
Bears cruise to victory over Durham
Warwickshire wrap up a convincing eight-wicket victory over Durham despite a battling century from Mark Stoneman.
Hampshire & Middlesex play out draw
Michael Carberry makes a curious fifty as Hampshire bat out a draw on the final day against Middlesex.
Lancashire race to Grace Road win
Paceman Tom Bailey takes 5-12 as Lancashire bowl out Leicestershire for 78 to win by 244 runs at Grace Road.
Hard to say no to England - Farbrace
England caretaker-coach Paul Farbrace says he would find it hard to turn down the chance to do the job on a permanent basis.
Somerset seal stunning win at Notts
Somerset bowl out Notts for 114 to pull off a stunning 133-run victory on the third day at Trent Bridge.
Notts bowlers must improve - Newell
Director of cricket Mick Newell. says Nottinghamshire's bowlers were not good enough in the defeat against Somerset.
VIDEO: No Pietersen ultimatum - Cook
England Test captain Alastair Cook says he did not issue an ultimatum to the England and Wales Cricket Board over the selection of Kevin Pietersen.
VIDEO: NZ star Taylor recalls Norfolk days
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor recalls his time playing for Norfolk village side Norwich Wanderers in Barton Turf.
VIDEO: England's growing Yorkshire influence
BBC Sport's Joe Wilson takes a look at Yorkshire's growing influence on England team ahead of the Test series with New Zealand.
VIDEO: Root & Edwards win ECB awards
Joe Root is "thrilled" to be England Men's Cricketer of the Year and Charlotte Edwards is "delighted" to win the women's prize.
VIDEO: 'England interest is humbling'
Jason Gillespie tells BBC Sport he would "take persuading" to leave Yorkshire for the England coaching job, but finds the interest "very flattering".
VIDEO: The Analyst on state of English cricket
Cricket analyst Simon Hughes answers questions sent in by users of the BBC sport website about the state of the English game.
VIDEO: Our Tune: Kevin & Andrew love affair
The BBC's iconic 'Our Tune' presenter Simon Bates takes us through the rocky relationship of former team-mates Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Strauss.
VIDEO: Cricket is as safe as ever - Taylor
England and Nottinghamshire batsman James Taylor believes cricket is "as safe as it's ever been" since Australian Test player Phil Hughes died after being struck on the neck.
VIDEO: Newsnight debates Kevin Pietersen
Watch the full Newsnight debate on the Kevin Pietersen saga as presenter Evan Davis asks: "Is he the Jeremy Clarkson of cricket?"
VIDEO: Gillespie right for England - Vaughan
Former England captain Michael Vaughan says Australian Jason Gillespie is the "stand-out candidate" for the vacant England coach job.
VIDEO: England need to move on - Harrison
England's new chief executive Tom Harrison says England need to move on from the saga surrounding Kevin Pietersen's international career.
VIDEO: Pietersen omission a farce - Morgan
Kevin Pietersen's omission from the England cricket team is "a farce", according to his friend, the former newspaper editor Piers Morgan.
VIDEO: 'Trust a massive issue with Pietersen'
Director of cricket Andrew Strauss says there is no trust between Kevin Pietersen and the England Cricket Board (ECB) as it is announced Pietersen will not play for the country again.
Brave England fight to slay ghosts
The day-one recovery against New Zealand gives hope that the ghosts haunting England may soon be just a memory, writes Tom Fordyce.
'Stokes shines in show of character'
Joe Root and Ben Stokes showed "fantastic character" as they led England's fightback on Thursday, says Jonathan Agnew.
In pictures: Pakistan readies for return of international cricket
Images from Pakistan as it prepares for its first international cricket match in six years when it plays Zimbabwe in Lahore on Friday.
'Overpaid prima donnas to winners'
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum tells BBC Sport how his side transformed their fortunes before their Test series against England.
Would an English Big Bash work?
As the new T20 season begins, would a competition modelled on Australia's Big Bash rejuvenate English cricket?
How match fixers can cripple a sport
From football to snooker, sporting authorities are under attack from the match-fixers who can damage a sport's economic future.
History repeats on Strauss & England
Six years after riding to England's rescue, Andrew Strauss dons his flak jacket anew to douse another Kevin Pietersen firestorm.
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
Official team and player rankings for men and women's Tests, one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches.
England rue missed chances - Agnew
A dropped catch and a costly no-ball change the course of a day dominated by New Zealand batsmen, says Jonathan Agnew.
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