Relive Sports Mole's live text coverage of day three of the second Test between England and New Zealand at Headingley.
Chris Gayle only met his Somerset team-mates hours before the match but three years after they first tried to sign him he delivered in style with a domineering innings to set up a last-ball victory
Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman will constitute the cricket advisory committee of the BCCI
Chris Gayle's remarkable century on his home debut for Somerset was all in vain as Kent won by three runs in an extraordinary NatWest T20 Blast match at the County Ground.
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Kevin Pietersen makes himself available to play for Surrey in their County Championship home game against Lancashire.
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) managing director Alistair Campbell says he is glad his team could play a role in getting international cricket back to Pakistan.. latest Cricket news- Zimbabwe Happy to Contribute to Pakistan Cricket's Revival
BBC Look East's James Burridge catches up Shahid 'Boom Boom' Afridi ahead of his first game for Northants at Wantage Road.
With most English cricket followers absorbed in another engrossing Test match, albeit briefly diverted by Chris Gayle's unbeaten 151 in the Natwest T20 Blast, there was little attention on Pietersen's return. Perhaps that was just as well.
Zimbabwe are the first Test nation touring Pakistan since 2009 due to security situation.
Chris Gayle smashes an unbeaten 151 off 62 balls but Somerset suffer a three-run defeat by Kent in the T20 Blast.
Adam Lyth hits his maiden Test century for England but New Zealand fight back on day two of the second Test.
Piers Morgan on Kevin Pietersen: I'm so glad we got this time alone together murmured Celia. Just you, me... and Kevin Pietersen
Celia only loses her temper once a decade, but I began to sense a simmering volcanic lava swirling inside her strained vocal cords. ‘Now make a choice for the rest of our stay: Kevin or me?’
Virat Kohli's aggressive attitude on the field is not a problem as long as he keeps scoring runs, feels legendary Australian quick Glenn McGrath.