Ireland v India: NI to broadcast audio commentary of both T20I matches

Audio commentary of Ireland's two T20 internationals against India next week will be broadcast live online by BBC Sport NI.

County Championship: Worcestershire’s Daryl Mitchell hits second ton against Lancashire

Daryl Mitchell made his second century of the match and Martin Guptill scored a ton on his debut as Worcestershire took control against Lancashire.

Ireland v India: Two Ireland changes for India series

Ireland have made two changes for the two-match Twenty20 international series against India in Dublin.

Ireland to face England in Test in 2019

Test match newcomers Ireland will take on Afghanistan and England in the five-day format next year.

Glamorgan Cricket: Hogan fit, Sisodiya call-up v Derbyshire

Glamorgan captain Michael Hogan is fit after injury for their County Championship Division Two match with Derbyshire at Swansea, which starts on Wednesday, 20 June.

Ed Joyce: Irish T20 squad named for testimonial match

Ireland T20 captain Gary Wilson will lead a 12-man squad for Sunday's Ed Joyce testimonial match against Sussex.

Netherlands Twenty20 Tri-series: Ireland and Scotland finish level on 185 runs

Ireland and Scotland played out a high-scoring tie in their second Netherlands Twenty20 Tri-series encounter.

Glamorgan Cricket: ‘Bittersweet’ Cardiff ton for Shaun Marsh

Glamorgan and Australia batsman Shaun Marsh says it was a "bittersweet" experience to score a century in the defeat against England in Cardiff.

Steven Patterson replaces Gary Ballance as Yorkshire captain

Steven Patterson will replace Gary Ballance as Yorkshire captain for the remainder of the 2018 campaign - and has also agreed a new two-year deal.

Theunis de Bruyn: Surrey sign South Africa batsman as Virat Kohli replacement

Kohli had been due to play at least six games for Surrey, but a neck injury sustained in the Indian Premier League meant he could not join the club.


Mumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers Bangalore | Sky Sports Live Cricket

Rohit Sharma hit a brilliant 94 off 52 balls as defending champions Mumbai Indians beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 46 runs to claim their first win of IPL 11.