End of the Champions Trophy? Maybe, maybe not, says Richardson

ICC chief executive admits the governing body is thinking of hosting World T20 every two years, but doesn’t want to write the 50-over event off just yet

Stats: Hockley, Clark, Edwards write history

Top score of 229 not out, Mithali Raj on the verge of a record, the youngest, the oldest, and more in Part 2 of our statistical analysis

The exhilaration of the underdog’s day in the sun

Sport is no respecter of reputation or ranking, as the David that is Pakistan proved the other day by felling Goliath India

Dhoni’s guiding wisdom in Kohli’s team

The former captain’s wealth of experience has been gladly offered to his successor and as graciously accepted, making for a smooth transition

Bowlers have shown that they are an adaptable species: Bishop

Former West Indian pace ace holds forth on the disappearance of swing, on great bowling pairs, and on what West Indies can do to get back on track

Leave Root be, let him be our Tendulkar, says Graeme Swann

“He just doesn’t bowl bad balls” – former England offspinner impressed with Ashwin’s development, but says he isn’t surprised by it

Masterclass: Mithali Raj
Masterclass: Mithali Raj

The India Women captain took time out before the 2017 World Cup to talk us through her methods at the crease

We tried our level best
“We tried our level best”

Virat Kohli: You’ve played enough to understand that your job is done – one team has to lose on the day

Obituary: Hanif Mohammed

The legend's death sparked an inevitable discussion about whether he ranked above Miandad, Inzamam and Younis as Pakistan’s greatest batsman.

Twenty-five years of Durham – Tales from the Riverside

Durham's 25th anniversary should be a time to celebrate glorious deeds, but it will also be marked by gloom and a sense of injustice