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  • Leicestershire's wait goes on

    A review of Wednesday's action in the LV= County Championship, as Leicestershire's clash with Kent ended in a draw.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 20:00 BST
    Dan Bell-Drummond: Scored a century
  • Gayle crushes Kings XI

    Chris Gayle smote 117 off just 57 balls to propel Royal Challengers Bangalore to a 138-run win over Kings XI Punjab.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 20:02 BST
    Gayle celebrates as he reaches his century off 46 balls
  • Knight nominated MCC president

    Former Surrey captain Roger Knight OBE has been nominated the next president of the MCC.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 20:45 BST
    Roger Knight: Nominated MCC president
  • Hesson wants longer series

    Mike Hesson says it is up to New Zealand's players to prove they have the stomach for a longer future series with England.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 17:36 BST
    Mike Hesson: Preparing his side to take on England
  • Derbyshire sign up Rutherford

    New Zealand batsman Hamish Rutherford has agreed a move to Derbyshire and will be available for 14 matches this summer.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 17:28 BST
    Hamish Rutherford: Available for around six weeks for Derbyshire
  • Pakistan in strong position

    Pakistan are in a commanding position after day one of the second Test against Bangladesh at Dhaka.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 13:18 BST
    Younis Khan celebrates reaching his century
  • Private jet for Yorkshire trio

    Yorkshire have chartered a private jet to fly three of their players back to Headingley after international duty.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 12:27 BST
    Adil Rashid: Could face Ireland on Friday
  • Pietersen warning for Strauss

    Kevin Pietersen has warned one of the most important tasks for Andrew Strauss is to restore English cricket to its public.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 16:49 BST
    Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Strauss
  • Hoggard predicts tough decisions

    Matthew Hoggard has warned time is short for England to get their house in order for this summer's Ashes.

    Wednesday May 6 2015, 08:19 BST
    England couldn't beat the West Indies
  • Harris heroics inspires Middlesex

    A review of Tuesday's action in the LV= County Championship, as James Harris inspires Middlesex to victory over Durham.

    Tuesday May 5 2015, 20:28 BST
    James Harris: Helped Middlesex claim a stunning victory
  • Boycott speaks up for Yorkshire

    Geoffrey Boycott has claimed his county Yorkshire would beat England were they to play each other now.

    Tuesday May 5 2015, 22:53 BST
    Geoffrey Boycott: Not impressed
  • Hoggard tells England to front up

    England are being urged to face up to their own shortcomings, rather than "hide behind" Colin Graves' pre-series remarks.

    Tuesday May 5 2015, 15:21 BST
    Alastair Cook: Criticised by Geoffrey Boycott
  • Flintoff and Morgan set Twitter bet

    Andrew Flintoff remains staunchly behind Peter Moores and against his arch critic Piers Morgan.

    Tuesday May 5 2015, 16:38 BST
    Andrew Flintoff: Backing Peter Moores
  • Harris vows to keep going

    Australia fast bowler Ryan Harris has knocked back any suggestion the Ashes might be his international swansong.

    Tuesday May 5 2015, 08:44 BST
    Ryan Harris: In no rush to hang up his boots
  • India to take on Bangladesh

    India will play a one-off Test match and three one-day internationals in Bangladesh next month.

    Tuesday May 5 2015, 08:44 BST
    Mirpur: Bangladesh ground to host three ODIs against India
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