Marsh, Wade lift Australia to title win
Having taken Australia into the triangular series final with the bat, Mitchell Marsh ensured a tournament-winning victory over the West Indies by delivering with the ball.
Rain ruins contest after SL make 248
Fifties to Kusal Mendis, Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews were the sparks in a Sri Lanka score of 248 for 9, but gloom ultimately defined the day, when rain washed out play four overs into the reply.
Sanjay Bangar appointed India batting coach
Sanjay Bangar has been appointed India's batting coach for their four-Test tour of West Indies. Abhay Sharma, who had been with the team in Zimbabwe as fielding coach, has been retained for the series in the Caribbean
Srinivasan re-elected TNCA president, again
N Srinivasan's run in charge of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) has been extended, after he was re-elected unopposed as the president of the state association on Sunday
BCCI announces mini IPL for September
The BCCI has decided to host a shortened version of the IPL overseas every September, starting this year, branding it the "mini IPL" or "IPL overseas."
Shastri 'very disappointed' to miss out on India coach job
Ravi Shastri, who had served as team director for almost two years leading up to Anil Kumble's appointment as coach, has said he was "very disappointed" not to get the job himself
Former India batsman Lalchand Rajput named Afghanistan coach
The Afghanistan Cricket Board have named former India batsman Lalchand Rajput as the new head coach of their national team
Roy and Hales blast England to record-breaking win
Openers Jason Roy and Alex Hales set a new record for a first-wicket partnership as England demolish tourists Sri Lanka in the second ODI at Edgbaston.
Darren Bravo, bowlers inspire WI to final
West Indies pulled off a coup to beat South Africa for the second time in the triangular series and book a place in Sunday's final against Australia.
He understands the Indian mentality better and doesn't have to deal with star players on the wane
The acknowledgement he craves as a cricketer has become more distant for him, and he only has himself to blame for it
Mohammad Asif is playing club cricket in Scandinavia as he strives for a Pakistan comeback and to rebuild his career in the wake of the spot-fixing scandal
Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman - who are part of BCCI's cricket advisory committee - and Dean Jones advocate the need for pink-ball cricket to increase Test viewership
Records and victories matter, but not as much as the power sportsmen have to engage our emotions and imagination
The planet's loudest mouth and cricket's prettiest assassin had plenty in common
The three most prolific batsmen of this IPL are extraordinary in distinct ways
T20 has produced a breed of player who with his imagination, athleticism and technical mastery proves that scoring prodigiously and fast does not have to involve massive risk-taking
The youngest among a bloody-minded dozen, Alastair Cook was marked out for greatness more than a decade ago - and there is still more to come
ESPNcricinfo picks out the biggest letdowns of IPL 2016
Increasing numbers of Afghan refugees are stoking an interest in the game in their new adopted land
Alan Butcher's memoirs of his time as the country's coach are full of affection, if also marked by disappointments and frustrations
Too nice to be a fast bowler? Morne Morkel talks about his reputation, partnering Dale Steyn, and learning to deal with bad days
This is about stuff. How much we need, how much we get given, how much we take. It's also about cricket and about soul. Let's play! We'll need a bat and a ball. We'll need a little space - but no
Always a monster at scoring on the leg side, Virat Kohli has become so adept at playing inside-out drives that he can now pierce any gap from point to mid-off, and this evolution has contributed to some insane numbers
Relentless ambition, achievements at the state level, political clout, and proximity to the powers that be are some of the factors that have propelled his ascent
South African fast bowler Kyle Abbott brags about his angling skills, and confesses to bullying Australians in the Kings XI dressing room
The sport and media landscape has changed so much that we may never have definitive voices like his ever again