Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died in hospital in Sydney two days after he was struck by a ball while batting.
A distraught Shane Warne pays his tribute to Phillip Hughes, who he says was 'one of the good guys'.
News of the tragic death of Phillip Hughes has prompted an outpouring of grief among cricketers throughout the world.
Phillip Hughes’ family have released a statement expressing their devastation at the death of the Test batsman.
Cricket Australia Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland says Phillip Hughes was a deeply-loved figure.
Mike Atherton says Phillip Hughes was fascinating to watch and wonders what his tragic death means for player safety.
Joe Root has signed a two-year contract extension with Yorkshire, keeping him with the county champions until 2016.
The second Test between Pakistan and New Zealand in Sharjah has been extended by a day and will restart on Friday.
Moeen Ali's century is not enough to prevent England losing to Sri Lanka by 25 runs in the first ODI in Colombo.
England captain Alastair Cook is taking the positives from his side's narrow defeat to Sri Lanka in the opening ODI.
Mohammad Hafeez hit an unbeaten 178 to put Pakistan in charge on the opening day of the third Test against New Zealand.
Brian Lara hopes there are no wider implications for the future of fast bowling in the wake of Phillip Hughes' injury.
Seamer Lewis Hatchett has signed a new two-year deal with Sussex.
Alastair Cook says England's ODI series against Sri Lanka offers his team the chance to improve before the World Cup.
Derbyshire all-rounder Jon Clare hopes to be back early in the 2015 season after undergoing back surgery.
England captain Alastair Cook says the selectors' backing has taken the pressure off for the ODIs against Sri Lanka.
Fast bowler Boyd Rankin and batsman Sam Hain have signed long-term deals with Warwickshire.
We look at the experienced players England must negate to win their ODI series in Sri Lanka.
Ian Bell insists England want to play a "positive, aggressive" brand of cricket as they get ready to face Sri Lanka.
Pakistan will host their first official tour since the terror attacks in 2009, when Kenya play five ODIs in Lahore.
Moeen Ali showed quality and power as he cracked a century in Colombo, says Marcus Trescothick.