Richardson best rips out Gloucs
Worcestershire's evergreen paceman Alan Richardson continued his rich vein of form with a career-best 8 for 37 against Gloucestershire at New Road. He ripped through the visitors who were all out for 234
Napier hauls Essex out of latest hole
Once again runs from Graham Napier rescued Essex from a precarious position, as he and captain James Foster ensured the hosts posted a modest yet acceptable first innings score.
McCullum to keep gloves at Leeds
Brendon McCullum is not the sort to shirk a challenge so when BJ Watling was ruled out of the second Test at Headingley he wasted little time in deciding to take up the gloves
Haigh scoops British Book award
On Warne, Gideon Haigh's examination of one of the finest bowlers to play the game, was named the Cricket Book of the Year at the 11th annual British Sports Book Awards at Lord's on Monday.
Hodge launches Royals into qualifier
Two successive sixes off Sammy's bowling, and from Brad Hodge's bat, launched Rajasthan Royals into the second qualifier, where they will take on Mumbai Indians for a place in the final
Australia eye England swing with interest
Michael Clarke knows his men will enter the Ashes as underdogs but they have taken some heart from the way England's batsmen struggled against New Zealand's swing bowlers in last week's Lord's Test
Dilhara Lokuhettige replaces injured Welegedara
Fast bowler Chanaka Welegedara has been ruled out of the Champions Trophy due to the foot injury he picked up during a practice match last week, and Sri Lanka Cricket has replaced him with seam-bowling allrounder Dilhara Lokuhettige