This week's sport on the BBC includes international football, BBL Championship basketball and the return of Formula 1.
Kent appoint former Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie as an assistant coach on a short-term contract.
Derbyshire abandon their regular pre-season tour to sunnier climes and opt to stay closer to home to hone their skills.
Scotland are to play two one-day internationals against Zimbabwe in Edinburgh in June.
Leg-spinner Ish Sodhi hopes playing in Nottinghamshire's T20 campaign in 2017 will lead to a longer stay in England.
Kevin O'Brien stars despite injury as Ireland beat Afghanistan by three wickets to square the five-match One-Day series at 2-2.
Former Glamorgan coach and player John Derrick, who played over 200 matches for the county, dies at the age of 54.
Hampshire leg-spinner Mason Crane intends to stay level-headed after an eventful winter in Australia and UAE.
Hampshire leg-spinner Mason Crane helps the South to a 20-run victory and a 3-0 series win over the North in Abu Dhabi.
Cricket Australia offers to more than double the pay for its elite women players, as the latest move in a pay dispute with the players' union.
Australia all-rounder John Hastings reports fit ahead of his contracted full season's duty with Worcestershire.
Yorkshire captain and England batsman Gary Ballance signs a new contract with his county until the end of the 2019 season.
Official team and player rankings for men and women's Tests, one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches.
Ireland unveil a new-look women's squad for a three-match series against an England XI in April.
The Pakistan government bars five cricketers provisionally suspended as part of an anti-corruption inquiry from leaving the country.
The ECB is launching a grassroots programme for five- to eight-year-olds, with the aim to get 50,000 more youngsters participating in the game.
Australia bat through the final day to force a draw in the third Test against India, after a big stand between Peter Handscomb and Shaun Marsh.
Kent batsman Sam Northeast hits an unbeaten 118 as South beat North by 47 runs to go 2-0 up and clinch the three-match one-day series.
Ireland halt their losing run against Afghanistan with a six-wicket win in the third of their five One-Day Internationals.
Bangladesh become the fourth team in cricket history to win their 100th Test as they record a four-wicket win over Sri Lanka.