March 7 2014 Latest news:
Former England spinner Graeme Swann has backed Ashley Giles as the man to lead England back to the top of world cricket.
Stephen Parry has, in many ways, taken the less-travelled route to an England debut.
South Africa captain Graeme Smith described it as the toughest decision of his life to bring the curtain down on his international career after almost 350 appearances for his country.
Andy Flower’s future role with England has been revealed after he was named the England and Wales Cricket Board’s technical director of elite coaching.
Stuart Broad saw signs of major encouragement for England’s immediate and long-term future in their nervy three-wicket win to level the one-day international series against West Indies.
Ravi Bopara kept his cool to get England over the line at last for just their second victory in 15 matches this winter.
Ashley Giles insists Kevin Pietersen and Matt Prior’s public disagreements will have no impact on the well-being of his ICC World Twenty20 squad.
England’s ‘new era’ steadfastly refused to ignite against West Indies as echoes of their recent and regrettable past reverberated on and off the pitch.
England’s ‘groundhog’ experience followed them all the way from Australia to Antigua as they lost a match they seemed set to win to go 1-0 down in the one-day international series against West Indies.
England captain Stuart Broad insisted it was not all “doom and gloom”, despite seeing his side twice throw away strong positions to lose their opening one-day international against the West Indies, claiming they were “fantastic” for most of the game.