2 hrs ago | Tay FM
The popular military support group was deluged with calls, donations and demands for its merchandise, prompting its website to go down due to massive internet traffic.
2 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Fleming v Vettori - Andrew Alderson measures the achievements of two of New Zealand cricket's most respected names ... and comes up with an answer The natural fence sitting - but probably correct - answer is to say they have added equally in their own estimable ways.
5 hrs ago | International Business Times
As people flooded online to register support, a number of special collections were set up for the charity on the Just Giving website in memory of the soldier.
8 hrs ago | This is Guernsey
Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf has been withdrawn from next month's Champions Trophy by the International Cricket Council following media reports that he is under investigation by Mumbai Police.
8 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai
The International Cricket Council Thursday withdrew Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf from next month's Champions Trophy in England and Wales after his name cropped up in the Indian Premier League spot-fixing scandal.
9 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com
England captain Alastair Cook believes Headingley will be far from the bowling-friendly ground of old when the second Test against New Zealand starts on Friday.
11 hrs ago | This Is Somerset
Jamie Overton showed what massive potential he has with his bowling performance in our defeat to Middlesex at Taunton last week.
Pakistan are keener than ever to get back on the field for the first of two one-day internationals against Ireland on Thursday after their second ODI against Scotland on the weekend was a wash-out. As Ireland are the strongest team outside the Full Members - they are five places below sixth ranked Pakistan - it promises to be a more searching ... (more)
Sporting legends Sir Ian Botham and Gavin Hastings are putting their support behind the England cricket team and the British & Irish Lions and back both to taste victory this summer when they take on arch nemesis Australia during the Lions Tour and the Ashes cricket series.
London, May 22 : Australia's ace spearhead Peter Siddle kick started an Ashes war of words by targeting England opener Nick Compton.
ENGLAND pacemen Chris Tremlett and Stuart Meaker have been named in a powerful Surrey line-up for the three-day game against Oxford MCCU in The Parks starting today.
Michael Carberry provided more evidence that he is one of the country's best batsmen never to have played a one-day international, as he pummelled Lancashire to a nine-wicket knockout at The Ageas Bowl.
The pupils had been chosen to represent Lancashire Cricket Board in the Chance to Shine Two Millionth Child Celebration Cricket Tournament at Lord's. The Chance to Shine concept was launched in 2005 with the aim of bringing competitive cricket and its education and social benefits to state school children across England and Wales.
"It's my home ground, I've grown up watching cricket and playing here" says up-and-coming batsman before second Test against New Zealand But he's been warned to expect a fiery barrage in the middle as the Kiwis look to ruin his first homecoming.
Sri Lanka left-arm fast bowler Chanaka Welegedara has been ruled out of the Champions Trophy starting in England and Wales next month with an ankle injury.
England and Anderson were reeling in the Perth heat, giving Johnson the confidence to start a war of words with the Lancashire bowler on his lack of recent wickets.
A host of former England cricketers have pledged to support youth charity Signpost's third annual six-a-side cricket tournament.
Marcus Trescothick. Nick Compton. Alviro Petersen. James Hildreth. Craig Kieswetter.