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Westwood retires with immediate effect
Ian Westwood, the Warwickshire opening batsman and former captain, has announced his retirement with immediate effect following a 15-year playing career

Malan debut onslaught sets up England series win
An impressive debut from Dawid Malan helped England seal the T20 series over South Africa with a 19-run victory at Cardiff

Mandhana sets the standard as India overwhelm England in World Cup opener
India's impressive batting line-up made a collective statement of intent, not least their 20-year-old prodigy Smriti Mandhana, as England, the hosts, were overwhelmed by a display of power and finesse

Lions seamers seal emphatic win
There was one winning Lions team in the sporting world today - and an impressive one too as the England Lions' cricketers wrapped up a 257-run trouncing of South Africa A at Canterbury.

SA find their fight to set up decider
ESPNcricinfo previews the third T20I between England and South Africa at Cardiff

Overton rattles SA A after Lions set them 412 to win
Jamie Overton took three wickets before the close after half-centuries from Mark Stoneman, Keaton Jennings and Nick Gubbins had set the Lions up for a declaration

Broad misses pink-ball trial as heel injury clouds Lord's build-up
Stuart Broad remains hopeful of being fit for Nottinghamshire's Royal London Cup final against Surrey on July 1, as well as the first Test against South Africa five days later,

Morris the spark as SA steal three-run win
The dismissal of Jason Roy, given out for obstructing the field, changed the course of a game that England appeared to have won and saw South Africa level the IT20 series at 1-1 with one to play.

Ballance to captain England Lions in tour game
Gary Ballance's prospects of a Test recall at Lord's next month have been given a boost by his appointment as England Lions captain for their three-day tour match against South Africa at Worcester

Brown, Taylor named Sussex captains
Sussex have appointed wicketkeeper Ben Brown as their Championship captain for the rest of the season, with Ross Taylor taking charge in the NatWest T20 Blast

Winfield ruled out of England World Cup opener
England have suffered a major setback in their preparations for Saturday's Women's World Cup opener against India at Derby, with the news that Lauren Winfield, their hard-hitting opener, will miss the match after sustaining a wrist injury

Henry Blofeld, Test Match Special's Dear Old Thing, announces retirement
Henry Blofeld, the veteran BBC commentator, has announced that he will retire from his role with Test Match Special this summer, after 45 years on the airwaves.

Late collapse undermines Markram, Kuhn stand
England Lions stunned South Africa A with a late burst of six wickets in 16 overs to capitalise on a superb unbeaten century by Ben Foakes on a fluctuating second day of the first-class match in Canterbury.

Clarke and Mitchell stun Kent with 399 run-chase
Joe Clarke sealed back-to-back centuries as he and Daryl Mitchell powered Worcestershire to the victory that lifts them into the Specsavers County Championship Division Two promotion places

Hampshire endure a gloomy denouement as Lancashire go second
The final day of this game began with Hampshire's batsmen hoping that the weather might save them only to find the Mancunian climate contributing to their slow doom.

Cook ends Durham's long wait for victory
Durham coasted to their first Specsavers County Championship win of the season when they made light work of reaching a target of 157 in 43 overs against Glamorgan at Chester-le-Street

Onus on South Africa to find fighting spirit
ESPNcricinfo previews the second T20I between England and South Africa at Taunton

Harmer's 14 inflicts grievous harm on Warwickshire's survival hopes
Simon Harmer claimed his career-best figures of 8 for 36, and 14 for 128 in the match. For Warwickshire, dismissed for 94, it added up to a whole lot of trouble

Broad in doubt for Lord's Test after suffering heel injury
Stuart Broad has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of the Test series against South Africa after requiring a scan on his heel

Jennings makes opener's case as Hameed misses out
Mark Stoneman and Keaton Jennings made their respective cases to partner Alastair Cook in the upcoming Test series against South Africa, but Haseeb Hameed went run-less

England women complete warm-up with big win over New Zealand
A round-up of the Women's World Cup warm-up matches played on June 21, 2017

Murtagh puts seal on crushing Middlesex win
On the day of the summer solstice, the reigning county champions have their first victory of summer. Yorkshire were not defeated so much as eviscerated

Vilas' determined career-best sets up Lancs
Dane Vilas made a career-best 224 before James Anderson ripped out three wickets on a steamy evening at Old Trafford to leave Lancashire in charge

Excitement proves misleading
A rush of wickets followed by a last-wicket stand brought excitement but the match remained well balanced at Chester-le-Street

Harmer's marathon puts victory within sight
Simon Harmer claimed a six-wicket haul as Essex made Warwickshire follow on at Chelmsford

Bairstow, bowlers shine in nine-wicket canter
England produced something close to the perfect performance as they crushed South Africa by nine wickets in the opening game of the T20 series at the Ageas Bowl

Denly's career-best 227* makes Worcestershire swelter
Joe Denly demonstrated immense powers of concentration in the sweltering heat with a career-best double century to steer Kent into a position of strength on day three of the Specsavers County Championship clash with Worcestershire at New Road

Pattinson condems Leics to thumping defeat
Another ruthlessly efficient bowling performance from Nottinghamshire swept them to their fifth victory of the Specsavers County Championship season and strengthened their lead at the top of the Division Two table

Yasir signing sees Tredwell looking for move
James Tredwell has asked Kent for permission to talk to other counties having become frustrated by his lack of first team opportunities

New-look teams look to banish Champions Trophy blues
ESPNcricinfo previews the first T20I between England and South Africa at the Ageas Bowl

Beleaguered Yorkshire brace for a thrashing
Yorkshire have lost to Middlesex in remarkable contests on each of their last three visits to Lord's. This time, they might simply be thrashed.

Davies' risk brings handsome reward for Lancashire
Very many other cricketers have possessed a similar cast of mind, of course, but few achieve their goal with quite the gleeful devil evinced by Alex Davies

Clark's maiden ton sets up Durham
Graham Clark's maiden century put Durham in command on the second day of their Specsavers County Championship match against Glamorgan at Chester-le-Street

Patel and Pattinson put Leicestershire to the sword
Samit Patel produced his second double-century in consecutive matches before James Pattinson ripped through Leicestershire's batting with an explosive burst of genuinely fast bowling

Clarke century soothes Worcestershire in anxious times
Joe Clarke's century was yet more vindication of Worcestershire's excellent youth policy. But is their season in danger of unravelling?

Sangakkara backs Roy to bounce back from Champions Trophy disappointment
Kumar Sangakkara, the former Sri Lanka captain, believes that Jason Roy is ready to bounce back from his disappointing showing in the ICC Champions Trophy

Foster's emotional ton adds to Essex feelgood factor
Give or take the little matter of a last over defeat in the Royal London Cup semi-final, these are good times for Essex

Dashing Moeen cut off after seamers shine
Worcestershire's bowlers bounced back in impressive style from their weekend semi-final mauling in dismissing Kent for 260

Patel's golden form exposes Leicestershire
Samit Patel continued to make the most of the richest vein of form of his career with another imperious innings on the first day against Leicestershire

Stirling takes his chance with maiden Championship ton
Paul Stirling, with his maiden Championship century, and Sam Robson put Middlesex in control against Yorkshire

Browne's perspiration brings hard-earned reward
On the same pitch where 743 runs were scored in one of the greatest run-fests in domestic cricket history, three days later Essex staunchly committed themselves to a day of unremitting toil on a soporific summer's day

Rushworth strikes back to dent Selman's graft
Glamorgan opener Nick Selman followed his match-winning century against Durham at Swansea last month with another hundred

'You'll never go to Lord's' - Batty derides Worcester boo boys
Gareth Batty derided his Worcestershire critics after Surrey's overwhelming victory in the Royal London Cup semi-final and informed them that they would never see their side play in a Lord's final

Roy's revival sets up a Surrey cakewalk
Jason Roy's form seeped back on a glorious summer's day at Worcester, Gareth Batty took five wickets and Surrey had a cakewalk to another Lord's final

One of the great games as Patel, Mullaney nail record chase
Essex were in the box seat after hundreds from Alastair Cook and Ryan ten Doeschate set Nottinghamshire 371 in the Royal London Cup semi-final, but hundreds in return from Samit Patel and Steven Mullaney won one of the great games with three balls left

Perth Ashes tickets to go belatedly on sale
Tickets for the Perth Ashes Test will belatedly go on sale at the end of July after unsuccessful efforts to have the match staged at the city's new multi-purpose stadium rather than the unpopular WACA Ground

Bayliss backs his squad but 2019 spots up for grabs
Trevor Bayliss, the England coach, has challenged the next generation of England players to stake a claim for a spot in the 2019 World Cup

England must learn from missing 'golden chance' - Root
Joe Root admitted England had let a 'golden opportunity' to claim a first global one-day title slip away when they slumped to defeat against Pakistan

Edgbaston to Cardiff too much of an ask to adjust to - Morgan
England captain Eoin Morgan blamed their semi-final defeat against Pakistan on the batsmen failing to adapt to a Cardiff surface that he said offered no home advantage

Hasan Ali stars as Pakistan crush England to reach final
England's quest to secure their first trophy in a 50-over global tournament came to grief in emphatic fashion in Cardiff as Pakistan surged into the final of the Champions Trophy with masterful unpredictability

Sangakkara's mastery proves too much for Yorkshire
Kumar Sangakkara's eighth century of the county season, compiled with draining inevitability, was enough to bring Surrey a 24-run win in the Royal London Cup play-off against Yorkshire at Headingley

Taylor ton the highlight of 834-run contest
Brendan Taylor led Nottinghamshire into the semi-finals of the Royal London Cup with a brilliant century as hosts Somerset were defeated by 24 runs in a spectacular big-hitting contest

Roy may be dropped but he won't be discarded
England's faith in Jason Roy has not paid off in the short term but Jonny Bairstow is well placed to be their one-day supersub once again

ICC urges fans to resell unwanted tickets for Cardiff
Supporters who no longer want to attend the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy are being urged to put their tickets up for resale by midnight on Tuesday in an attempt to avoid pockets of empty seats at the grounds

'Tonker' Taylor passes away aged 84
Brian Taylor, the former Essex captain and England selector, has died aged 84

Bairstow 'a chance' to replace Roy - Morgan
Eoin Morgan has indicated that Jonny Bairstow is likely to replace the out-of-form Jason Roy for England's Champions Trophy semi-final against Pakistan at Cardiff

England set up Test opener shootout
England are using the Lions' four-day match against South Africa as a shoot-out for a Test openers spot with Mark Stoneman, Nick Gubbins, Keaton Jennings and Haseeb Hameed all named

Cornered tigers face down rampant lions
The first Champions Trophy semi-final pits unbeaten England against unpredictable Pakistan in Cardiff

Westley century powers Essex to the summit
Tom Westley's 108 not out, and an equally fine innings of 77 from Nick Browne, took Essex to an emphatic eight-wicket victory against Surrey at Guildford which takes them to the top of the Specsavers County Championship Division One table

Wells propels Sussex to vital victory
Luke Wells' 90 not out guided Sussex to a five-wicket victory on the final afternoon of the Specsavers Division Two Championship match against Leicestershire

Livingstone, Crane in England T20 squad
Liam Livingstone and Mason Crane are among five uncapped players included in England's 16-man squad for three T20s against South Africa

IPL increases exposure to big moments of play - Stokes
The England allrounder stated that his unbeaten 102, which knocked Australia out of the Champions Trophy, was his best innings in a chase

Hogan hounds Worcestershire ahead of semi-final
Glamorgan secured back to back victories under new skipper Michael Hogan as they completed a nine wicket success over faltering Worcestershire with a day and a half to spare at New Road

Harmer and Porter break open Surrey
Simon Harmer and Jamie Porter took seven wickets between them as Essex seized control of their Specsavers County Championship Division One match against Surrey at Guildford on a fascinating third day

Inspired Archer heads Sussex revival
Six wickets for Jofra Archer, to go with the five he took in the first innings, left Sussex favourites to win their Specsavers Division Two championship match against Leicestershire at the Fischer County Ground

Franks critical of pitch after Gloucestershire escape with draw
Nottinghamshire were left frustrated by the pitch at Bristol after Gloucestershire batted out the final day for the loss of just four wickets

McKerr makes history to no avail
Conor McKerr became the youngest Derbyshire player to take 10 wickets in the match, but it was all futile as they collapsed to defeat against Northants

Patel's career-best swagger brightens drab encounter
Samit Patel has a career-best 257 to his name, moe runs than he has made all season, and a pleasure in an otherwise drab contest

Agony for Durham as Kent's last pair survive 46 balls
Durham's season remains in minus points after Kent's last pair held out for the last 46 balls at Canterbury

'Every team would want Stokes' - Morgan
England captain Eoin Morgan has praised Ben Stokes for his all-round efforts in England's win over Australia

'We let ourselves down today' - Smith
Steven Smith insisted there were no excuses for his side's unsuccessful campaign

Durham put Kent unbeaten record under threat
Title-chasing Kent will require a backs-to-the-wall batting effort on Sunday if they are to protect their unbeaten Division Two status after tomorrow's final day of their Specsavers County Championship clash with Durham in Canterbury

Newton's law keeps Derbyshire falling
Rob Newton made his first century of the season in the Specsavers County Championship as Northamptonshire took control against Derbyshire at Wantage Road

Philander's resistance frustrates Leicestershire
An unbroken last wicket partnership of 75 between Vernon Philander and Danny Briggs frustrated Leicestershire after the Foxes had looked set to take a big first innings lead on the second day of their championship match against Sussex

Pujara and Patel lay Nottinghamshire's foundations
After a tiring first day at Bristol, Nottinghamshire's bowlers had the pleasure of putting their feet up as their top order chipped away at a Gloucestershire total of 303 that required equal parts patience and graft.

Ten Doeschate lifts Essex at run-strewn Guildford
Ryan ten Doeschate's first hundred of the season put Essex in a good position after another day of heavy run scoring against Surrey at Guildford

Wood, Stokes close the door on Australia
In another rain-hit game at the Champions Trophy, England got the better of Australia and knocked them out of the tournament

Hameed puts seal on Lancashire's outground triumph
Stephen Parry claimed his first five-wicket haul in the Championship and Haseeb Hameed guided Lancashire's chase to inflict defeat on the champions

Lancashire threaten more frustration for champions
Lancashire have prospered on a bouncy Southport pitch and the outcome is likely to be more frustration for the defending champions, Middlesex

Simpson knows Middlesex need to stir
There are still hopes of a positive result at Southport despite a day lost to rain

Rudolph's rebirth is bad news for Worcestershire
Jacques Rudolph scored his first County Championship century for more than two years as Glamorgan turned the Specsavers County Championship clash with Worcestershire on its head at New Road

Smith relishes chance to put off-field frustrations to one side
England are in the unusual position of entering an ODI match against Australia as favourites. But their upsurge owes much to a common adversary

Cox stars then Glamorgan receive a Tongue lashing

Cook has close-up view of Stoneman quality
Mark Stoneman scored a chanceless unbeaten 181 to continue his impressive form for new county Surrey as they took the first-day honours against Essex at Guildford

Northants battle back after McKerr's maiden five
Conor McKerr picked up a maiden five-wicket haul in just his second first-class match but his Derbyshire side ended the first day only even against Northamptonshire at Wantage Road

Cosgrove marks new contract with century
Mark Cosgrove has a new contract that will keep him at leicestershire until 2019 and he also has another century

Lancashire hold edge as wickets tumble
Middlesex were bowled out for 180 after choosing to bat at Southport before Shivnarine Chanderpaul helped guide the Lancashire reply

Roderick makes immediate impact on return from illness
Gareth Roderick marked his first appearance of the season for Gloucestershire with an unbeaten 88 on a hard-fought first day of the Specsavers County Championship match with Nottinghamshire at Bristol

Northeast staves off Kent disaster
Rookie pace bowler Barry McCarthy bagged season's best figures of 4 for 52 to blow away Kent's top order and move Durham into the box seat at Canterbury

Surrey table 40,000-seater development plan
Surrey are currently working on development plans which would make the ground the largest dedicated cricket stadium in the country

Australia's last chance to get their campaign started
For Australia this is a must-win game; for England, a victory would continue their winning momentum into the semi-finals, but their real incentive must surely be the chance to eliminate their oldest foe

MCC sets out the options for the future-proofing of Lord's
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is asking its members to resolve a long-running disagreement over the future development of Lord's

Collingwood digs in to give Durham the upper hand
Bottom side Durham enjoyed the upper hand over promotion-chasing Kent during a cut-and-thrust opening day to their Specsavers County Championship encounter in Canterbury

Farbrace praises Captain Morgan for leading England's stunning revival
Eoin Morgan "is the single biggest factor in England's success in white-ball cricket over the last two years", according to the team's assistant coach, Paul Farbrace

Roy 'selflessness' deserves loyalty - Farbrace
Jason Roy's "selflessness" is likely to see him retain his place in the England side for their final Champions Trophy group-stage match against Australia

Kohler-Cadmore joins Yorkshire to end county stand-off
Tom Kohler-Cadmore has joined Yorkshire with immediate effect, bringing to an end a row with his previous club, Worcestershire

Voges out for six weeks with calf tear
Adam Voges has been ruled out of county action for at least six weeks after suffering a torn calf muscle while batting for Middlesex against Somerset at Lord's last week

England ease past West Indies in World Cup warm-up
England Women laid down a marker ahead of this month's World Cup as they beat West Indies by six wickets in a warm-up encounter in Loughborough

Buttler braced to ramp up pressure on Australia
Jos Buttler admitted it would be "nice" to knock Australia out of the Champions Trophy when the sides meet at Edgbaston on Saturday.

Woakes could be sidelined for two South Africa Tests
Chris Woakes could miss the first two Tests against South Africa due to the side strain which ruled him out of the Champions Trophy

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