JOHN Blain's career will come almost full circle when he lines up for Grange in this season's Eastern Premiership.
JAMES ANDERSON admitted England were defeated by the pitch as the West Indies dug in to force a draw in the first Test in Antigua.
JAMES ANDERSON moved one wicket closer to a place in England's record books on day two of the first Test against the West Indies.
Alec Stewart has admitted he would be open to the idea of taking a role with England after the departure of Paul Downton from the ECB.
Cricket Scotland yesterday named former international bowler Willie Donald as their interim Chief Executive.
Australia captain Michael Clarke dedicated his side's World Cup success to his former team-mate Phillip Hughes.
Australia captain Michael Clarke warned his side were yet to play their perfect game in the World Cup, despite booking their spot in Sunday's final with a 95-run victory over defending champions India.
Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming heaped praise on current incumbent Brendon McCullum for leading the Kiwis into their first ever World Cup final.
New Zealand reached their first ever Cricket World Cup final after securing a thrilling four-wicket Duckworth-Lewis victory over South Africa in the first semi-final in Auckland.
New Zealand head coach Mike Hesson is confident that the Black Caps will not be overawed by the prospect of a first-ever World Cup final when they take on South Africa.
MARTIN Guptill could not have found a better time to rediscover his form as he scored a World Cup best 237 not out to lead New Zealand into the semi-finals against South Africa.
AUSTRALIA will face India in the World Cup semi-finals after a comfortable six-wicket win over Pakistan at Adelaide.
Rohit Sharma led India into the semi-finals of the World Cup with a 109-run victory over Bangladesh at the MCG, and then said his team was well on course to defend the title.
Kevin Pietersen is in negotiations to return to county cricket with Surrey - but he is still a long way from being considered by England again.
JP Duminy's hat-trick and a much-needed half-century for Quinton de Kock carried South Africa to an easy nine-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the first World Cup quarter-final.