Gil Langley dies aged 81
Gil Langley, the Australian Test wicketkeeper who also represented his state at football before becoming Speaker of the House in state parliament, died on Monday night in an Adelaide nursing home at the age of 81 following a long illness
Ireland Women too good for Pakistan
Ireland celebrated their elevation to Test status in women's cricket with a crushing win over their Pakistani counterparts at College Park, Dublin on Monday
Ireland in command on Test debut
The World Order in women's cricket is significantly different to that of the men's game
Was this the greatest World Cup final ever?
There have been many one-day games won and lost in the final over and won and lost by four runs or less
Last-ball win for England
It may have been for all intents and purposes a picnic game to open the Australian tour, but England were probably looking for a more decisive victory than the one they scored yesterday
Downunders win in Reading
The Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth team registered their second win on English soil on Wednesday when they defeated a Reading Under-19 side by 127 runs.
Aboriginal youth team big winners in Kent
The Australian 'Downunders' won the second match of their three-week tour of England on Monday when they defeated a Kent XI by 143 runs.
Australian farewell to historic Belfast ground today
A packed house will bid farewell to cricket at Ormeau, in Northern Ireland, today as the touring Australian team make their sole venture outside of English-Welsh territory to take on Ireland in the Northern Bank Challenge match.
England under-19 women favourites for European Cup
The England under-19 women's team will start as hot favourites to retain the European Cup for their country when play begins in the four-nation tournament today
No evidence to support Mark Waugh allegations - ACB investigator
No evidence has been found over which Mark Waugh could be charged over bribery allegations made in India last year, according to a special investigator of the Australian Cricket Board.
UAE protest over ICC Trophy visa refusals
The Emirates Cricket Board, governing body for the game in the United Arab Emirates, has lodged a protest with the ICC over the refusal of the Canadian Embassy to issue visas to two of its squad members for the recent ICC Trophy.
Australian Super Challenge series cancelled
The Super Challenge one-day series between Australia and India set down for September has been cancelled.
Rolton wins Peden-Archdale Medal
Australian Southern Stars all-rounder Karen Rolton was presented yesterday with the Peden-Archdale Medal as the outstanding player in this year's England v Australia women's cricket series
Jacobs suspension altered so that he misses a game
One of the more bizarre disciplinary cases in the history of the ICC refereeing system took a new turn on Saturday
Shock suspension as Jacobs banned from series he wasn't chosen for
In a shock announcement from Zimbabwe today, the ZCU (Zimbabwe Cricket Union) announced that West Indies wicketkeeper Ridley Jacobs had been suspended for three one-day internationals following an incident in Wednesday's Coca-Cola Cup match against
Sthalekar set for Southern Stars debut
Lisa Sthalekar will make her Australian debut today when the Southern Stars take on England in the first of three one-day internationals in the CricInfo Women's Series at the County Ground, Derby
Two world records for Michelle Goszko
Michelle Goszko broke one world record and equalled another when she scored 204 for Australia against England in the First Test of the CricInfo Women's Series at Shenley on June 25, 2001
An endangered species on show today: Women's Test cricket
One of the rarest breed of contest in the cricketing world makes an appearance today