The England National Cricket Team has been a full member of the ICC since 15 June, 1909, representing both England and Wales. They were one of the first teams to be given Test status (along with Australia) in 1877.
Jason Roy and Joe Root helped themselves to centuries as England's one-day side began World Cup year with a thumping 171-run warm-up win in Barbados. The tourists had too much quality.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY PAUL NEWMAN: Eoin Morgan will not tempt fate by imagining what it might be like to become the first England captain to lift the World Cup this summer.
England are considering fast-tracking Jofra Archer into their World Cup plans before he has even made an international appearance. Sportsmail understands he is an option for the Ashes.
EXCLUSIVE: England will appoint a new head coach with two assistants given extra responsibility for red and white ball cricket when Trevor Bayliss leaves this summer after the Ashes.
Gayle announced his retirement from 50-over international cricket after the World Cup this summer but provided a boost to the ECB by declaring an interest in their Hundred competition.
PAUL NEWMAN IN BARBADOS: The man who kick-started England’s white-ball revolution will leave ahead of the fruition of his work at the World Cup this summer.
The West Indies have added Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell and John Campbell to their squad for the first two one-day internationals against England.
The tourists looked to be heading for defeat when they slipped to 226 for nine in pursuit of a 304-run victory target but Kusal's phenomenal innings got them over the line.
Tom Curran hopes he can bring his Big Bash success to the Caribbean on Saturday with the battle for World Cup places hotting up at start of the white-ball leg of England’s West Indies tour.
Sri Lanka was 83-3 chasing 304 to win the first test after racing through South Africa to take five wickets for just eight runs on Friday. South Africa crashed from 251-5 to 259 all out.
PAUL NEWMAN IN ST LUCIA: The ICC have banned Gabriel for four ODIs for the comments which prompted Root to say: 'Don't use it as an insult. There's nothing wrong with being gay.'
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