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19 Mar 2012

Windies end Australia win wait

The West Indies, England’s first home opposition of the 2012 summer at Lord's, recorded their first victory over Australia since 2006 in an ODI in St Vincent.

07 Mar 2012

Stewart praises 'world's best' Prior

Alec Stewart has described Matt Prior as the best wicket-keeper in Test cricket, and backed him to pass his England records in the coming years.

05 Mar 2012

Taylor stars in England whitewash

MCC Women's Young Cricketer Sarah Taylor became the youngest women to pass 2,000 ODI runs, scoring a century as as England whitewashed New Zealand.

Taylor stars in England whitwash

MCC Women's Young Cricketer Sarah Taylor became the youngest women to pass 2,000 ODI runs, scoring a century as as England whitewashed New Zealand.

28 Feb 2012

Morgan axed for Sri Lanka tour

England have omitted Eoin Morgan from their 16-man squad for the two-Test tour of Sri Lanka, which starts on 26 March.

23 Feb 2012

Gooch: Batting issues 'not terminal'

Former England captain Graham Gooch insists England's poor batting displays in the Test series against Pakistan were a setback, not signs of a terminal problem.

20 Feb 2012

Finn: 'I'm ready for Test return'

Steven Finn is desperate for a chance to replicate his outstanding ODI form in the Test arena, after taking 11 wickets in England’s three victories over Pakistan.

17 Feb 2012

Shrubsole haul inspires England win

Anya Shrubsole, a teenage Loughborough MCC University student, took stunning figures of 5-11 as England Women beat New Zealand the first T20I.

16 Feb 2012

Cook hails change of ODI approach

Alastair Cook says his back-to-back ODI hundreds, which have steered England a 2-0 lead over Pakistan, are due to a change in his approach to one-day cricket.

14 Feb 2012

England enjoying winning feeling

England's cricketers are enjoying a sense of satisfaction after their first international victory in 2012, according to captain Alastair Cook.

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