With their 2-0 trans-Tasman series win and faultless party-pooping effort in Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum’s farewell Test, Australia now find themselves on top of the ICC rankings, claiming back a title they’ve held for just three months out of the previous five years.
Shane Warne has been bitten by an anaconda after plunging head first into a tank of snakes on the reality television show I’m a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here.
Root scores another brilliant 100 making his Sports Personality of the Year omission seem even more bizarre.
Alastair Cook has warned cricket’s lawmakers not to become “too PC” following reports that the game is about to experiment with sin-bins to counter bad behaviour. England’s Test captain also said he thought the professional game had become “a lot quieter” in recent years because of stump mics and an increase in TV cameras.
“We want to wrap it up in the next game, put this series to bed and hopefully go for a 5-0.”
England triumphed over South Africa 2-1 without being triumphant.
The Shane Warne Foundation has announced it will close days after the Australian cricketer declared it had “nothing to hide” amid a Victorian government probe into the financial and reporting practices of the charity.
Stuart Broad’s six-wicket annihilation of South Africa has propelled him to No1 in the Test rankings for the first time, drawing praise from Trevor Bayliss.
Leeds have reportedly made a new bid for Norwich forward Kyle Lafferty.
It's honours even so far in the First Test in Cardiff
Happy New Year! An ODI record set by a 16 year old Shahid Afridi that stood for 17 years was smashed by Corey Anderson's 36 ball century.
The England cricketer played with the likes of Danny Rose and Fabian Delph until he was 15.
Kingsville in Melbourne’s inner west is the perfect location for a workshop like Lachlan Fisher’s.
HITC Sport writer Rana Malook caught up with West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle at the launch of his academy in London.
Rana Malook chucks a few questions at Australian Cricket writer/author/film maker Jarrod Kimber.
Rana Malook discusses the potential pitfalls for test cricket administrators of not backing young talent.
An India World Cup campaign underpinned by ruthlessness and adventure ended with the ashen taste of defeat at the Sydney Cricket Ground, in front of a crowd who had made this most historic of Australian venues seem like Little India.
Late fireworks from Andre Russell and three early wickets from Jerome Taylor ensured that it was West Indies who came out on top in their World Cup match.
BT Sport has announced the addition of Michael Vaughan and Kevin Pietersen to their punditry team for the Australia v South Africa Test series next month. The two former England Test captains are joined by Graeme Swann, the former Australia captain Ricky Ponting, the BBC commentator Alison Mitchell and Radio 1’s Greg James as the anchor.
There was nothing that could have been done to save Phillip Hughes after he was hit in the neck by a ball as he batted in a Sheffield Shield match two years ago, a coronial inquest into his death has heard.
The man in the Hampshire tie in the Robin Smith Bar had a quizzical air about him. “The thing is,” he confided in subdued tones, as if addressing his physician, “I have never seen Ben Stokes bat. So I want to see him do well, but not too well, if you get my drift.”