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Best mates Jack Leach and Dom Bess are rivals for one England placeThe battle for spinning places in England's first Test squad is hotting up with Adil Rashid in contention and Moeen Ali starting to regain the form he displayed last summer.
Jordan Clark takes stunning hat-trick as Joe Root, Kane Williamson and Jonny Bairstow departLancashire seamer Jordan Clark took a remarkable hat-trick in the opening session of the Roses County Championship match as he made light work of Yorkshire's star-studded middle-order.
England fast bowler Mark Wood suffers latest heel injury scareMark Wood suffered an injury scare ahead of the Test series with India when he was forced off the field on the first day of Durham's County Championship match at Cheltenham.
England are ready to turn the tables on India and spin it to win itWhen Adil Rashid dismissed Virat Kohli at Headingley last week the psychology of England's intriguing five-Test series against India threatened to rotate on its axis.
Twenty20 revolution 'made women world-beaters', claims England star Georgia ElwissEngland star Georgia Elwiss is looking forward to the start of the new domestic T20 competition, hoping it provides the platform for more international success.
Michael Carberry stuck in limbo at Leicestershire after captaincy axeFormer England batsman Michael Carberry remains on paid leave with Leicestershire eight weeks after being stripped of the club captaincy.
Disgraced David Warner returns to Australian cricketDisgraced Australia batsman David Warner returned to action on Saturday and said he was desperate to force his way back into the national side when his suspension ended next year.
Liam Livingston leads Lancashire to dramatic last-ball win over YorkshireLiam Livingstone hit a superb rapid 79 from just 37 balls as Lancashire went on to beat Roses rivals Yorkshire in a dramatic last-ball Vitality Blast finish.
Jonny Bairstow on Joe Root's mic-drop and Adil Rashid's recallINTERVIEW BY ADAM CRAFTON: After England’s one-day series victory over India, Bairstow is buoyed to hear that national selector Ed Smith wants Rashid to return to red-ball cricket.
Malcolm Nash is still not bitter 50 years after being hit for six sixesEXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY LAWRENCE BOOTH: Fifty years on from the afternoon that could have ruined him, Malcolm Nash is signing copies of his new book at the St Helen's ground in South Wales.