Cricket
 No more waiting, must make IPL plans: BCCI
The Board of Control for Cricket in India says it can't wait any longer and will start drawing up plans for this year's delayed Indian Premier League.
 CA, players reach peace on reset finances
Cricket Australia have reset their financial modelling for the 2020-21 financial year, giving them a chance to see a clearer picture while pleasing players.
 Dukes unhappy with Sheffield Shield snub
Cricket Australia has confirmed the coming Sheffield Shield season will not feature Dukes balls, much to the disappointment of the British manufacturer.
 NZ batting coach Fulton steps down
Peter Fulton is stepping down as New Zealand batting coach less than a year after his appointment.
 Harper reveals extent of nasty concussion
Wicketkeeper Sam Harper has revealed the aftermath of his freak concussion in 2017, when he spent three weeks in a dark hospital room and relearned how to walk.
 Stokes to skipper England against Windies
Ben Stokes will captain England for the first time in the opening Test against the West Indies due with Joe Root's wife due to give birth.
 Saliva ban unlikely to affect ODIs: Finch
Cricketers around the world are worried about what impact a ban on using saliva to shine the ball will have on Tests, but not the sport's shorter formats.
 Boards to share COVID calender pain: Finch
Cricket Australia says it will work with Zimbabwe Cricket to reschedule an ODI series that has been postponed because of COVID-19.
 Cam Gannon aims to end WA's Shield drought
WA have not won a Sheffield Shield title in 21 years, but last season's leading wicket taker Cameron Gannon hopes he can help his new side end that drought.
 Cricket sets up plan to keep numbers
Cricket Australia will contact every junior club in the country to bridge the gap of lost development officers in some states due to the coronavirus crisis.
 Zampa, Tremain join NSW cricket
Paceman Chris Tremain and legspinner Adam Zampa will play for NSW this summer after leaving Victoria and South Australia respectively.
 Test recall Khawaja's No.1 summer goal
Queensland captain Usman Khawaja has not given up on another recall to Australia's Test lineup.
 Green's ban over, bowling action cleared
Chris Green, who was in danger of missing the Indian Premier League because of an illegal action, has been cleared to resume bowling after biomechanical tests.
 Aussies await England cricket tour plans
Nathan Lyon says he has no idea when Australia will next take the park amid rumblings that a limited-overs tour of England could include some Tests.
 Paine goes in to bat for axed CEO Roberts
Test captain Tim Paine says former Cricket Australia CEO Kevin Roberts had given him and the national team 'brilliant support behind the scenes'.
 Absurd to think ACA boss should go: Watson
Shane Watson, a powerbroker at the Australian Cricketers' Association, says it's bizarre to think Greg Dyer should follow Kevin Roberts in falling on his sword.
 Coulter-Nile, Tye miss out on WA contract
WA coach Adam Voges has made the tough decision to overlook Nathan Coulter-Nile and AJ Tye for central contracts with the Warriors.
 Date dilemma for men's, women's World Cups
Cricket bosses are mulling how best to rejig the schedule, with delaying the men's T20 World Cup likely to have a knock-on effect on the women's ODI World Cup.
 Cricket lucky with COVID timing: CA boss
Nick Hockley, the first Englishman to act as Cricket Australia CEO, is optimistic about the summer ahead as he seeks to reunite the sport's fractured community.
 Paring back can be positive: Ellyse Perry
Star allrounder Ellyse Perry says cutting high-performance luxuries and spending on what matters most could be a positive for Australia.