Matthew Dunn and Freddie van den Bergh: Surrey bowlers sign new contracts

Surrey bowlers Matthew Dunn and Freddie van den Bergh have extended their deals with the Division One leaders.

Matt Renshaw: Injury ends Australia batsman’s Somerset spell

Australia opener Matt Renshaw will not play again for Somerset this summer after suffering a broken finger in their Championship defeat by Surrey.

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.


Notts agree to have a Ball for next three years

18 June 2018 - 12H20 Notts agree to have a Ball for next three years © AFP | England's Jake Ball has signed for three more years of county cricket with Nottingham LONDON (AFP) -  England pace bowler Jake Ball committed himself to English county championship side Nottinghamshire for a further three years on Monday.