Review system remains mired in trouble
Review system remains mired in trouble

Dave Richardson, the ICC's general manager of cricket, has launched a last-ditch attempt to salvage the Umpire Decision Review System

Costs involved may derail review system
Costs involved may derail review system

The controversial Umpire Decision Review System has come under serious threat, with broadcasters and national boards baulking at the implementation costs

Duminy stars in crushing win
Duminy stars in crushing win

JP Duminy blasted his maiden ODI century, and South Africa's fielders held onto a succession of spectacular catches as the hosts romped to a 212-run victory

Crowds won't turn hostile on Pietersen and Trott - AB de Villiers
Crowds won't turn hostile on Pietersen and Trott - AB de Villiers

AB de Villiers has moved to douse speculation of a hostile homecoming for Kevin Pietersen and Jonathan Trott

Ireland in hot pursuit of Full Member status
Ireland in hot pursuit of Full Member status

The Irish will seek to become the ICC's eleventh Full Member nation, and the first to rise from the Associate ranks since Bangladesh in 2000

Duncan Fletcher keen on New Zealand coaching job
Duncan Fletcher keen on New Zealand coaching job

Fletcher, who currently works in an advisory capacity with South Africa, has not held a full-time coaching position since parting ways with England after the team's ill-fated 2007 World Cup campaign

John Dyson enters race to be New Zealand coach
John Dyson enters race to be New Zealand coach

John Dyson, the former Sri Lanka and West Indies coach, has expressed interest in the New Zealand post recently vacated by Andy Moles

Gayle to learn captaincy fate next week
Gayle to learn captaincy fate next week

Selectors set to recommend to the board their choice of leader for the tour of Australia

Silverware, not rankings, important to us - Steyn
Silverware, not rankings, important to us - Steyn

Dale Steyn says South Africa will never truly consider themselves the world's pre-eminent team until they break their big-tournament jinx and claim silverware

Australia reach semis after thriller
Australia reach semis after thriller

Pakistan's bowlers were magnificent in their defence of a modest total, but could not deny Australia a thrilling last-ball victory that ensured their progression to a fourth consecutive Champions Trophy semi-final

Asif in line for comeback as Pakistan ring the changes
Asif in line for comeback as Pakistan ring the changes
Gayle captaincy not guaranteed - Hilaire
Gayle captaincy not guaranteed - Hilaire

The West Indies Cricket Board's incoming chief executive, has expressed confidence that a full-strength West Indies squad will tour Australia later this year, but raised doubts over whether Chris Gayle will be the man to lead them

Ernest Hilaire wants to break the ice with WIPA
Ernest Hilaire wants to break the ice with WIPA

The WICB's incoming CEO is determined to usher in a new era of cooperation with an increasingly militant WIPA

Centurion Paine slots in seamlessly
Centurion Paine slots in seamlessly

If further proof were needed that Tim Paine was evolving into a legitimate Australian cricketer, it came when he was asked whether he harboured any sympathy for Andrew Strauss's downtrodden Englishmen

Strauss laments England's 'horror show'
Strauss laments England's 'horror show'

Disconsolate, grave and more than a little humiliated, Andrew Strauss stood upon the dais to a chorus of jeers and described his side's batting capitulation as a "horror show"

Paine sets up crushing victory
Paine sets up crushing victory

Tim Paine's maiden one-day international century and two spectacular, direct-hit run-outs from Ricky Ponting sent England tumbling to their third heaviest all-time home defeat and a sixth consecutive loss to Australia

Siddle keeps one eye on Champions Trophy
Siddle keeps one eye on Champions Trophy

Desperate for a promotion, the Australian fast bowler is adamant there is much to play for - 5-0 series lead or not

Australia aim to climb up rankings
Australia aim to climb up rankings

Australia's successful chase in the fourth ODI provided them a 5-0 series lead and with it the chance to reclaim the No. 1 limited-overs ranking from South Africa

Strauss frustrated by fielding woes
Strauss frustrated by fielding woes

Andrew Strauss has greeted each of England's previous four defeats this series with candour and restraint, but the strain is beginning to show

A week for the old-timers to savour
A week for the old-timers to savour

Ricky Ponting's century has completed a week in which other veterans including Sanath Jayasuriya and Sachin Tendulkar have starred in ODIs