Jack Leach ruled out of India Test tour
England and Somerset spinner Jack Leach has been ruled out of the resof England Men’s Test tour of India with a left knee injury.
Leach sustained the injury during England’s first Test victory in Hyderabad and missed the second Test in Vizag as a result.
He will fly home from Abu Dhabi in the next 24 hours, where the England team have been staying ahead of the third Test in Rajkot, which st
England Men's PD team finish India tour with a win
England Men's Physical Disability team won the fifth and final match of their series in India by 22 runs in Ahmedabad on Tuesday.
India had already clinched the series with a win on Saturday, but the win from England in the final match saw the series finish 3-2 to the hosts.
England Captain Callum Flynn was named player of the series, as he surpassed 1,000 runs in international cricket.
England Men's U19 start Super Six with loss against Australia
England Men's U19 lost to Australia Men's U19 by 110 runs (DLS)
England started the Super Six phase of the Under 19s World Cup with a loss to Australia in Kimberley on Wednesday.
England won the toss and chose to bowl first. Sebastian Morgan took a wicket in the first over to get England off to a great start, before Harry Dixon put on a half century to settle the ship for Australia. Captain
England Men's U19 suffer first defeat of World Cup
England Men's U19 lost to West Indies Men's U19 by 2 wickets
England finished the group stage of the Under 19s World Cup with a defeat to West Indies on Friday. The result was not enough to stop England from staying ahead of West Indies in Group B, by virtue of their superior net run rate.
West Indies won the toss and chose to bowl first. For the first time in the tournament England lost e
England Men's U19 beat World Cup hosts South Africa
England Men's U19 beat South Africa Men's U19 by 36 runs (DLS Method)
England continued their Under 19s World Cup campaign with a second group stage win as they beat home side South Africa on Tuesday.
England won the toss and chose to bowl first, restricting the hosts to 230 all out.
Spin was the name of the game in Potchefstroom once again. After seven wickets fell to England's young sp
Official Statement - Harry Brook
Harry Brook is set to return home with immediate effect for personal reasons from the England Men’s Test tour of India. He will not be returning to India.
The Brook family respectfully requests privacy during this time. In light of this, the ECB and the family kindly request the media and the public to respect their wish for privacy and refrain from intruding on their private space.
England Men's U19 win world cup opener against Scotland
England Men's U19 beat Scotland Men's U19 by 7 wickets
England got their Under 19s World Cup campaign off to a winning start as they beat Scotland in their opening group game in South Africa on Saturday.
England won the toss and chose to bowl first, restricting Scotland to 174 runs. There was plenty of turn on offer in Potchefstroom as seven wickets fell to England's young spinners. Th
England Lions finalise coaching team for Tour of India
England Men’s Elite Pace Bowling Coach Neil Killeen is set to lead the England Lions on their upcoming tour of India, beginning later this week. The month-long series will feature three four-day matches against India A in Ahmedabad.
Killeen will head up a coaching team that includes local knowledge and experience, to support the playing group's needs. Notable additions to the coaching staff inc
England cricket stars named in New Year’s Honours
England cricket stars Stuart Broad and Marcus Trescothick have both been named among the New Year’s Honours List.
Broad, 37, who retired from cricket this summer with 604 Test wickets to his name, is awarded a CBE for services to cricket.
It rounds off a remarkable year for Broad, who left his playing career on a high with the final wicket in England Men’s fifth Test victory in the LV= I
Pollard to join England coaching team for ICC Men’s T20 World Cup
Former West Indies captain Kieron Pollard has been appointed to the England Men’s coaching team for next year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in the West Indies and United States.
Pollard will join the England Men’s team specifically for the T20 World Cup as an assistant coach and to provide expertise of local conditions.
Pollard was a part of West Indies’ 2012 Men’s T20 World Cup success and
ECB appoint Ed Barney as Men's Performance Director
The England and Wales Cricket Board has appointed Ed Barney as Performance Director for Men’s Cricket.
Barney, who is set to begin his new role in March, joins from England and Great Britain Hockey where he has been Performance Director since 2016.
The 41-year-old has also previously worked with the ECB, from 2010 to 2013, as a Talent Identification Scientist when he led the implementation o
Potts replaces Tongue for West Indies ODIs
Matthew Potts has been called into the England Men’s squad for the upcoming ODI series against West Indies in the Caribbean as a replacement for Josh Tongue.
Tongue has been ruled out of the white-ball tour after he suffered an injury during the current England Lions camp in the United Arab Emirates.
Durham paceman Potts played the most recent of his three ODIs against Ireland at Bristol