AUDIO: Lewis Gregory talks MCC, Somerset’s nearly season in 2016 and his hopes for himself and team in 2017.
AUDIO: Dougie Brown, who left his job as Warwickshire first team coach after the 2016 season, is three quarters of the way through an interim head coaching role with cricket in the United Arab Emirates.
Lahore Qalandars beat the Birmingham Bears by 6 runs in an entertaining clash under the lights at the ICC Academy on Thursday night.
The youngsters of Peshawar Zalmi took their chance to shine in the desert as they beat Durham Jets by 36 runs to start their Emirates T20 campaign in style.
Lancashire completed an impressive 63-run win over Birmingham Bears in the opening Emirates T20 fixture at the ICC Academy.
VIDEO: Mohammad Irfan says that rubbing shoulders with Darren Sammy and Eoin Morgan has inspired him to be part of the Zalmi team in 2017.
The Emirates T20 will be played at the ICC Cricket Academy in Dubai on 23 and 24 March – here’s what to expect.
Cricket Badger’s editor, James Buttler, has landed in the UAE where he will be chronicling the exploits of English counties ahead of the 2017 English cricket season. Here’s his first blog…
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Yorkshire are confident ahead of 2017 season and determined to send Ryan Sidebottom into retirement with another Championship title, says opener Alex Lees.
After six England players were picked up by Indian Premier League franchises in the recent IPL auction, Warwickshire sports director Ashley Giles believes it shows that English white ball cricket is on the right course.
Kevin Pietersen top scored for the Melbourne Stars for the fourth consecutive game as a strangely off key Perth Scorchers were beaten by seven wickets.
Resurgent Sydney Thunder kept their title defence hopes alive with a storming eight wicket romp over the Sixers as Fawad Ahmed took 4-14.
In one of the most incredible Big Bash matches ever Ben McDermott’s century blasted record breaking Hobart Hurricanes past record breaking Melbourne Renegades.
In a tight contest, Brad Haddin steered the Sydney Sixers over the line against Melbourne Renegades and into second spot in the BBL06 ladder.
CA have pulled Stephen O’Keefe out of BBL06 to allow the spinner to prepare for next month’s Test tour of India, but Sydney Sixers unhappy.
Defending champions Sydney Thunder, inspired by skipper Shane Watson, stayed alive in BBL06 with a six wicket win over Hobart Hurricanes.
The Melbourne Stars recovered from their Thunder defeat with a comprehensive 46-run win over the Renegades as Kevin Pietersen cracked 73 and Adam Zampa grabbed 3-19.
Matt Walker is Kent Cricket’s new head coach with Allan Donald as his assistant.
Sydney Sixers have signed New Zealand allrounder Colin Munro to replace England player Sam Billings.
Sri Lanka allrounder Thisara Perera will join the Melbourne Renegades as a replacement for the injured Dwayne Bravo.
Brisbane Heat have secured English T20 International Tymal Mills to replace injured West Indian leg-spinner Samuel Badree.
Ben Dunk crashed an unbeaten 79 against his former team Hobart Hurricanes to help the Adelaide Strikers to their second win of BBL06.
Captain Billy Godleman has signed a contract extension to keep him at Derbyshire until the end of the 2019 season.
Hampshire have announced the signing of South African duo Kyle Abbott and Rilee Rossouw.
Chris Lynn destroyed the Perth Scorchers with an explosive 98 not out as Brisbane Heat took the points by nine wickets.
Eoin Morgan hit a six off the final ball to steal a victory for Sydney Thunder over Melbourne Stars and keep the defending champions hopes alive.
Perth Scorchers captain Adam Voges has been ruled out for two weeks with a hamstring injury, but he hopes to play again before the BBL finals.
Sydney Thunder have shipped in Englishman James Vince for the remainder of the KFC Big Bash League to replace overseas batsman Eoin Morgan.
Daniel Hughes (85 from 55 balls) was Sydney Sixers’ hero as the unbeaten run of Brisbane Heat ended after a sensational run chase at The Gabba.
Hobart Hurricanes had 5-14 from Dan Christian and explosive batting from openers Short & Paine to thank in an 8 wicket win over Adelaide Strikers.
Perth Scorchers have signed English bowling all-rounder Tim Bresnan as the club’s international replacement player for David Willey.
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Joe Mennie strengthened his Australian Test claims by taking 9-88 as South Australia (SA) beat Tasmania (TAS) by 193 runs to secure their place in the Sheffield Shield final. Tasmanian skipper George Bailey won the toss and opted to field first in Hobart – a decision which his bowlers backed up as they restricted SA […]
New South Wales (NSW) fell just six runs short in their mammoth chase as Ashton Turner shone as Western Australia (WA) came away with the win in the final round of the Sheffield Shield. NSW’s skipper Moises Henriques won the toss and opted to field first in Perth with a place in the final still […]