Cricket News from the BBC

England name unchanged Test squad for tour of West Indies
England retain the players that finished the series win over Sri Lanka for their three-Test tour of the West Indies next month, but tweak their ODI squad.
Australia v India: Tourists claim first Test win in Australia since 2008
India clinch a dramatic 31-run victory in the first Test against Australia to claim only their sixth Test win down under.
England spinner Gordon sidelined by stress fracture
England left-arm spinner Kirstie Gordon is sidelined by a stress fracture in her lower back, making her a doubt for their spring tour of India and Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka spinner Dananjaya suspended for illegal action
Sri Lanka spin bowler Akila Dananjaya is suspended with immediate effect for an illegal action.
'I've never known public opinion to run so unanimously against Australian cricketers'
BBC World Service's Stumped programme travels to Australia to take the pulse of a damaged cricketing community following sandpapergate.
Stokes & Hales fined over fight - but will not miss further England games
Neither Ben Stokes nor Alex Hales will miss any further England matches as a result of their part in a fight outside a Bristol nightclub in September.
England's Knight makes unbeaten 82 on WBBL return
England's Heather Knight hits an unbeaten 82 on her return to the Women's Big Bash League for the Hobart Hurricanes although her team lose.
Joe Root: England captain signs new three-year Yorkshire contract
England skipper Joe Root signs a new three-year contract with County Championship outfit Yorkshire.
England's Jones overshadowed by Perry on Women's Big Bash debut
England's Amy Jones hits a rapid half-century on her Women's Big Bash League debut but is overshadowed by Ellyse Perry's unbeaten hundred.
New Zealand win first away series over Pakistan in 49 years
Three wickets from New Zealand debutant Will Somerville helps them to a first away series win over Pakistan in 49 years.