England’s 2010-11 Ashes tour came to a limp end as Australia rounded up a 6-1 One Day International series win, while Eoin Morgan’s ICC World Cup dream could be over.
The ICC has sanctioned three Pakistan players after a hearing into the spot-fixing allegations made during the England v Pakistan Test at Lord’s in 2010.
Sri Lanka wrapped up a comfortable series victory over the West Indies with a 26-run win in the second One Day International at the SSC Ground in Colombo.
Despite losing the Ashes Down Under this winter Claire Taylor believes the England Women's side is on the right path ahead of another competitive summer.
Upul Tharanga made a century as Lord’s-bound Sri Lanka finally overcame both the West Indies and the weather to record victory in the second One Day International.
England’s Ashes hangover continued as Shaun Marsh’s century inspired Australia to a 46-run victory in the second One Day International in Hobart.
Durham MCC University student Seren Waters is relishing taking on the best players in the world after being selected in Kenya’s 15-man ICC World Cup squad.
England Women launch their Ashes defence in Sydney on Saturday 22 January with three MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) vying for a place in the side.
Wicket-keeper Matt Prior has been picked ahead of Steven Davies in England’s otherwise settled 15-man ICC World Cup squad.
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