Marsh, Wade lift Australia to title win
Having taken Australia into the triangular series final with the bat, Mitchell Marsh ensured a tournament-winning victory over the West Indies by delivering with the ball.
Rain ruins contest after SL make 248
Fifties to Kusal Mendis, Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews were the sparks in a Sri Lanka score of 248 for 9, but gloom ultimately defined the day, when rain washed out play four overs into the reply.
Sanjay Bangar appointed India batting coach
Sanjay Bangar has been appointed India's batting coach for their four-Test tour of West Indies. Abhay Sharma, who had been with the team in Zimbabwe as fielding coach, has been retained for the series in the Caribbean
Srinivasan re-elected TNCA president, again
N Srinivasan's run in charge of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) has been extended, after he was re-elected unopposed as the president of the state association on Sunday
BCCI announces mini IPL for September
The BCCI has decided to host a shortened version of the IPL overseas every September, starting this year, branding it the "mini IPL" or "IPL overseas."
Shastri 'very disappointed' to miss out on India coach job
Ravi Shastri, who had served as team director for almost two years leading up to Anil Kumble's appointment as coach, has said he was "very disappointed" not to get the job himself
Former India batsman Lalchand Rajput named Afghanistan coach
The Afghanistan Cricket Board have named former India batsman Lalchand Rajput as the new head coach of their national team
Roy and Hales blast England to record-breaking win
Openers Jason Roy and Alex Hales set a new record for a first-wicket partnership as England demolish tourists Sri Lanka in the second ODI at Edgbaston.
Darren Bravo, bowlers inspire WI to final
West Indies pulled off a coup to beat South Africa for the second time in the triangular series and book a place in Sunday's final against Australia.
'I'd like to work behind the scenes' - Kumble
Anil Kumble, India's new head coach, has acknowledged the influence of his predecessors John Wright and Gary Kirsten, and expects to adopt their low-visibility style and remain mostly behind the scenes
Anil Kumble's journey from player to coach
ESPNcricinfo takes you through the highlights of Anil Kumble's association with cricket right from his debut to now becoming India coach
Difficult to fit Olympics into cricket calendar - ICC's Tim Anderson
The push for the Olympics to include cricket may he hurt if the ICC keep the World T20 on a two-year cycle
Captains, coaches open to neutral Ranji venues
The idea of playing the Ranji Trophy at neutral venues found a generally favourable response at the captains' and coaches' meeting in Dharamsala
Future of Champions Trophy back in doubt
The Champions Trophy could be scrapped after the 2021 tournament in India, and could even be abolished after next year's event, in England.
India edge thriller to seal series 2-1
Zimbabwe came to within one hit of a memorable victory, but with four needed off the last ball, Elton Chigumbura failed to find the right connection.
Plunkett's last-ball six secures dramatic tie
Liam Plunkett hit Nuwan Pradeep back over his head for six from the final ball of the match to secure England a thrilling tie in the first ODI at Trent Bridge.
Smith, Marsh lead Australia into final
A six-wicket win over West Indies helped Australia reach the tri-nation series final where they will face off against South Africa on Sunday.
We need to have an open mind on day-night Tests - Dravid
Former India captain Rahul Dravid has urged international players to keep an "open mind" about playing day-night Test cricket with the pink ball
Sran, Bumrah wreck Zimbabwe in big win
India kept the hosts to 99 and chased the target down in 13.1 overs to level the three-match series.
Kumble, Amre to be interviewed for India coach position
Former India captain Anil Kumble and former cricketers Pravin Amre and Lalchand Rajput are among some of the applicants who will make presentations to the BCCI's three-member cricket advisory panel that will pick India's head coach
Intermittent rain forces washout in Barbados
A washout in Bridgetown on Sunday meant Australia face a do-or-die clash against West Indies in their final league game.
Shami, Saha give pink ball a thumbs up
India fast bowler Mohammed Shami and wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha have offered positive reviews of the pink ball, two days into the first pink-ball match in India
WI, Pakistan set for day-night Test in UAE
West Indies have agreed in principle to play a pink-ball Test against Pakistan in the UAE in September, ESPNcricinfo has learned
Chigumbura shows India what they lack
India's T20 side lacks a genuine power hitter. Zimbabwe have one with a strike rate and six-hitting frequency comparable to the world's best
'Terribly lucky' to return to Test cricket - Amir
Mohammad Amir has said he is "terribly lucky" to be back in the Test set-up, having served a jail sentence and a five-year suspension from the ICC for the 2010 spot-fixing case
Arrested Goa cricket officials suspended from BCCI roles
The BCCI has suspended Goa Cricket Association president Chetan Desai from his role as chairman of the board's marketing committee, while GCA secretary Vinod Phadke has been suspended from the i
Retaining home advantage with pink ball a challenge for BCCI
Eden Gardens will be dressed up to host India's first ever pink-ball match, a Super League final between two prominent teams in Kolkata - Mohun Bagan and Bhowanipore.
BCCI to distribute money to state associations electronically
The BCCI will only use electronic methods to distribute funds to all state associations in the wake of the economic wing of the Goa Police arresting three top-ranking officials of the Goa Cricket.
Tahir, Amla lead South Africa to another bonus-point win
Hashim Amla and Imran Tahir starred in South Africa's victory in a must-win match to keep their hopes of staying in contention for the final alive.
How did it get this bad for Zimbabwe?
A calamitous 3-0 loss to a second-string India side was only a symptom of deep-rooted, systemic problems in Zimbabwe's cricket
Shanaka five-for and Chandimal hundred too much for Ireland
Dasun Shanaka took five wickets on his ODI debut and Dinesh Chandimal struck his first ODI hundred for five years as Sri Lanka proved too strong for Ireland in Malahide
Imran Tahir: the ODI wicket-taking force
A look at the legspinner's limited-overs impact for South Africa, and the lack of huge totals in the West Indies
Broad refuses to give up on ODIs
Stuart Broad has already begun "plotting" a path back into England's 50-over plans after being left out of the ODI squad announced earlier this week.
Rahul revels in proving his limited-overs credentials
After topping the runs charts in India's three-ODI series in Zimbabwe, KL Rahul revealed his determination to prove his short-form credentials
Shedding aggression helps Bumrah make mark
Jasprit Bumrah has said that a shift from an aggressive attitude has helped him find success
India complete 3-0 whitewash
India beat Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in the third ODI in Harare as MS Dhoni equalled Allan Border's record of 107 wins to become the second most-successful ODI captain behind Ricky Ponting.
BCCI cuts India-coach longlist to 21
The list of 57 candidates for the post of India coach has been cut to 21, the BCCI announced on Wednesday
Kumble among applicants for India coach job
Former India captain Anil Kumble has applied for the India head-coach position advertised by the BCCI recently, ESPNcricinfo understands.
South Africa need win to stay in touch
South Africa need a win to keep pace with the West Indies and Australia as the triangular series moves towards its pointy end
Mushtaq, Mahmood set to work with Pakistan in England
Mushtaq Ahmed, Pakistan's former legspinner and current National Cricket Academy head coach, has been roped in by the PCB as assistant coach (with a focus on bowling) for the four-Test series against England
Sodhi, Munro return to New Zealand contract list
Legspinner Ish Sodhi and batsman Colin Munro have returned to New Zealand's roster of centrally-contracted players for 2016-17
India take series after Zimbabwe implode
Yuzvendra Chahal picked three wickets as Zimbabwe were bowled out for 126 which was easily chased down by India.
Samuels, openers help West Indies gun down 266
A rollicking opening stand and a Marlon Samuels special lifted West Indies to a victory over Australia in St Kitts.
Weather rules as SL escape with draw
A rainy final day at Lord's meant England were denied the chance to push on for a 3-0 sweep against Sri Lanka
BCCI announces 57 applicants for India coach
The list of 57 will be trimmed by BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke and forwarded to a yet-to-be-named cricket advisory panel, which would then give its views on a final shortlist
He understands the Indian mentality better and doesn't have to deal with star players on the wane
The acknowledgement he craves as a cricketer has become more distant for him, and he only has himself to blame for it
Mohammad Asif is playing club cricket in Scandinavia as he strives for a Pakistan comeback and to rebuild his career in the wake of the spot-fixing scandal
Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman - who are part of BCCI's cricket advisory committee - and Dean Jones advocate the need for pink-ball cricket to increase Test viewership
Records and victories matter, but not as much as the power sportsmen have to engage our emotions and imagination
The planet's loudest mouth and cricket's prettiest assassin had plenty in common
The three most prolific batsmen of this IPL are extraordinary in distinct ways
T20 has produced a breed of player who with his imagination, athleticism and technical mastery proves that scoring prodigiously and fast does not have to involve massive risk-taking
The youngest among a bloody-minded dozen, Alastair Cook was marked out for greatness more than a decade ago - and there is still more to come
ESPNcricinfo picks out the biggest letdowns of IPL 2016
Increasing numbers of Afghan refugees are stoking an interest in the game in their new adopted land
Alan Butcher's memoirs of his time as the country's coach are full of affection, if also marked by disappointments and frustrations
Too nice to be a fast bowler? Morne Morkel talks about his reputation, partnering Dale Steyn, and learning to deal with bad days
This is about stuff. How much we need, how much we get given, how much we take. It's also about cricket and about soul. Let's play! We'll need a bat and a ball. We'll need a little space - but no
Always a monster at scoring on the leg side, Virat Kohli has become so adept at playing inside-out drives that he can now pierce any gap from point to mid-off, and this evolution has contributed to some insane numbers
Relentless ambition, achievements at the state level, political clout, and proximity to the powers that be are some of the factors that have propelled his ascent
South African fast bowler Kyle Abbott brags about his angling skills, and confesses to bullying Australians in the Kings XI dressing room
The sport and media landscape has changed so much that we may never have definitive voices like his ever again