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Andrew Cornish: Somerset name ex-Liverpool Airport boss as the county’s new CEO

Somerset have appointed Andrew Cornish, formerly the boss at Liverpool Airport, to be the club's new chief executive.

World Cup Qualifier: Scotland aim to beat West Indies and clinch finals place

Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer says the national side must play "without fear" against West Indies as they target a place at the 2019 World Cup.

‘Voice of Yorkshire cricket’ dies

Image copyright Yorkshire Cricket Club Image caption Dave Callaghan (right and pictured with former umpire Dickie Bird) was a "very special person" in cricket in Yorkshire The man who was widely regarded as the voice of cricket in Yorkshire has died, it has been announced.

Cricket Ireland unveil new stadium plan

Cricket Ireland has revealed plans to develop a new permanent stadium.

IPL: Ben Stokes bought by Rajasthan Royals; Joe Root unsold

England all-rounder Ben Stokes sold for almost £1.4m in the Indian Premier League auction but Test captain Joe Root went unsold in the first round of bidding.

Ireland to play Somerset in Test warm-up

Ireland will take on Somerset in a four-day encounter at Taunton as preparation for their first men's Test match in May against Pakistan.

Dawid Malan set to cover for Ben Stokes in England ODI squad

Batsman Dawid Malan is set to be added to the England one-day squad for the series in Australia, as all-rounder Ben Stokes will not fly out with the group.

Ashes: Australia thrash England in Perth to regain urn

England surrendered the Ashes as Australia stormed to a massive win in the third Test in Perth and an unassailable 3-0 lead.

Ashes: Steve Smith double century puts Australia in control

Australia captain Steve Smith struck a magnificent double century and Mitchell Marsh a huge hundred of his own to demoralise England on the third day of the third Ashes Test in Perth.

Kiran Carlson: Teenage all-rounder signs new Glamorgan contract

Kiran Carlson has signed a new three-year contract that will keep him with Glamorgan until at least 2020.


What you need to know about cricket’s new deal

In what shapes to be a new-look summer of sport, Channel Seven will become cricket’s premier free-to-air broadcaster from the start of the 2018-19 season.

DPL postponed for March