Test cricket challenges excite Alex Hales
England are in fantastic position to press for victory - Finn
England on course for historic win despite de Villiers resistance
England build sizeable lead after Elgar ton
Dean Elgar resists as Stuart Broad troubles South Africa
Compton, Taylor rebuild after Steyn rattles England
Root, Cook smash centuries as England dominate tour game
Ireland celebrate beating Bangladesh to win the ICC Women's World T20 Qualifier
Ireland celebrate victory over Scotland and ICC WWT20 qualification
Starc doubtful for New Zealand tour - Rod Marsh
Chris Cairns speaks to members of the media outside Southwark Crown Court in London, Britain on Monday.
Smith praises Josh Hazlewood, Shaun Marsh and Peter Siddle
Mitchell Marsh (left) and Shaun Marsh (right) added 46 runs for the fifth wicket against New Zealand on day three of the Adelaide Test.
Mitchell Starc reacts as he sustains a foot injury on the first day of the third Test against New Zealand in Adelaide.
Peter Siddle reaches 200 wickets landmark in Tests
A tribute to Phillip Hughes, who was the 408th player for Australia, was displayed on a screen during the first day of the third Test between Australia and New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval.
Ravichandran Ashwin ended up with a 12-wicket haul in the game as India defeated South Africa by 124 runs in the third Test in Nagpur.
Ravindra Jadeja celebrating the dismissal of AB de Villiers in the first innings on day two of the third Test in Nagpur.
Steve Waugh launches promise by One Young World delegates to champion West Indies cricket.
Mitchell Johnson given a guard of honour by his team mates on the fifth day at WACA.
Mitchell Johnson (centre) is carried off the field by his teammates Mitchell Starc (left) and Josh Hazlewood (right) on the final day of the WACA Test.
Rain consumes third consecutive day in Bangalore
Smith, Voges smack tons as Australia race ahead after Taylor marathon
Taylor slams double hundred as New Zealand mount strong reply
Usman Khawaja (left) leaving the field after picking a hamstring injury on day two of the Perth Test.
India pile on runs after South Africa succumb to spin again
Determined Williamson keeps Australian bowlers at bay
Terrific Warner, solid Khawaja sink New Zealand on day one
Darren Sammy (left) celebrating with Dwayne Bravo (right) the West Indies win over Sri Lanka in the second T20I in Colombo.
All-round performance from Bravo helps West Indies end on a high