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A Test record 10th-wicket stand between Joe Root and James Anderson kept England's victory hopes alive at Trent Bridge.
England No 11 James Anderson finally experienced the fun side of batting during his career-best 81 against India.
David Collier is to leave the role of chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board, according to Sky sources.
Marcus Trescothick's fourth century in eight first-class innings helped Somerset to 366-8 on day one against Northants.
Tom Westley's century destroyed Kent to help table-topping Essex claim a 63-run NatWest t20 Blast victory.
Sri Lanka's Sachithra Senanayake has been banned from bowling in international cricket.
Centuries from Quinton de Kock and AB de Villiers saw South Africa rally to a convincing series triumph over Sri Lanka.
England collapsed on the third afternoon of the first Test, losing 6-68 before the tail staged a recovery after tea.
Joe Root praised the England tail as they helped him reverse much of the damage done by an afternoon collapse.
Jonny Bairstow blasted the first T20 century at Chester-le-Street off only 58 balls as Yorkshire beat Durham by 49 runs.
Opening batsman Upul Tharanga has been recalled by Sri Lanka for the two-match series against South Africa.
Simon Katich has retired from Twenty20 cricket, a decision that brings an end to his glittering career in the sport.
Acting captain Alfonso Thomas claimed two wickets in the final over as Somerset beat Gloucestershire by seven runs.
Stuart Broad insists England captain Alastair Cook will emerge from his "rut" sooner rather than later.
England lost Alastair Cook cheaply after a last-wicket stand of 111 helped India post a total of 457 in the first Test.
Stuart Broad admitted to feeling frustrated as England battled a slow pitch on day two at Trent Bridge against India.
Champions Durham survived a few nervy moments at Headingley to bat out a draw with current leaders Yorkshire.
Sam Northeast's first century of the season helped Kent cruise to a six-wicket win against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
James Anderson felt England's bowlers deserved some credit after enduring a "frustrating" first day against India.
Murali Vijay made an unbeaten 122 to help India reach 259-4 by the end of day one of the first Test at Trent Bridge.
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