England women bounce back after South Africa loss, beat New Zealand by 54 runs-...

London: England ended a day of fluctuating fortunes top of the women's Twenty20 tri-series table after bouncing back from a defeat by South Africa to beat New Zealand by 54 runs at Taunton on Saturday.

‘GoT’ stars Kit Harington, Rose Leslie get married

A tough tour of England four years ago made Virat Kohli panicky while preparing for the upcoming series but former India captain Sourav Ganguly is happy that the star cricketer did not end up playing county cricket in his eagerness to be well-prepared.

Australia in battle to avoid ODI whitewash

Australia will attempt to salvage some pride at Old Trafford but the doomsday scenario of an ODI series whitewash against the old enemy is very much in the air in Manchester.

England’s paintbrushes are poised for first ever Australia whitewash

Never before have England inflicted a 5-0 whitewash on Australia in any format.

Nottinghamshire make quick work of Essex on day four

Nottinghamshire required just an hour and three quarters on the fourth morning of the Specsavers County Championship game at Chelmsford to beat Essex by 301 runs.

McCullum admits he tested positive for banned substance during 2016 IPL – Times of...

NEW DELHI: Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has admitted that he tested positive for a banned substance during the 2016 edition of the Indian Premier League but insisted that it was not a "failed drug test" as he had procured a retroactive Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) certificate to "clear his name".

England cricket side mock Gareth Southgate’s leaked teamsheet

England's all-conquering one-day cricket team have seen the funny side of their football counterparts' brush with the media.

Hafeez, Junaid return in Pak ODI squad against Zimbabwe

[Pakistan], June 23 (ANI): All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez and pacer Junaid Khan have been recalled in the 16-member Pakistan squad for the five-match ODI series against Zimbabwe, beginning July 13 at the Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo.

The Darren Gough column: Why I’m a fan of VAR at the World Cup

I HAVE got to say that I think VAR has been brilliant at the World Cup so far, even though I know a lot of people were knocking it beforehand.