Chris Woakes drives his first ball in Test cricket for four.
England celebrate the dismissal of Australian opener Rachael Haynes
The new pavilion at Old Trafford has been nominated for a major award
Joe Root and Alastair Cook (right) saw out the opening overs for England in their first innings.
Rain had frustrated he crowd - and those watching from nearby flats - at the start of the day.
Steve Smith celebrates his maiden Test century.
Alastair Cook (left) and Matthew Prior proudly displaying their Cricket United logos
Chris Woakes has earned an ECB Increment Contract following his Test debut
Australia celebrate as England lose another wicket at Lord's
England players train ahead of the fifth and final Ashes Test
Shane Watson hit a brisk 45 in 44 balls in Northampton against the England Lions
Ricky Ponting has played for the Antigua Hawksbills at the Caribbean Premier League 2013
Gary Ballance reaches his century for England Lions against Australia
CJ Amini plays a reverse sweep
Tim Bresnan will play no further cricket this summer after suffering a back injury
EAP keeper Trevor Langa in action
Jodie Fields hits out during her unbeaten 78 on the final day of the Women's Ashes Test at Wormsley
Sarah Elliott hits out towards the end of play on day three
Heather Knight (right) and Laura Marsh celebrate after the former reacher her maiden Test century
Kia Motors are sponsoring the England Women during the Ashes series
Stuart Broad and his team-mates celebrate their Ashes success at Chester-le-Street
Heather Knight hits out during her battling half-century at Wormsley
The Papua New Guinea and EAP captains shake hands ahead of their match
The Rockhampton team which won the semi-final and booked a place at Lord's
Rams skipper James Williams attacks the Dinton bowling
Rams' Guy Brothwood on his way to 59
Matthew Prior (left) dives to catch Chris Rogers as England made a great start to the day
Ryan Harris (left) shows his disappointment as Kevin Pietersen survives
Ian Bell raises his bat to celebrate reaching his 20th Test century at Chester-le-Street
Anya Shrubsole struck early to remove Rachael Haynes but Australia ended the day in a strong position