England coach McCullum not a fan of term 'Bazball'
England coach Brendon McCullum said the term "Bazball", used to describe the team's new swashbuckling approach to test cricket since his appointment, is "silly," adding that there is more to England's style of play than all-out attack.
'Brave' new England try to shake up Test cricket
Former Kiwis captain McCullum is credited for being the inspiration behind England's rise
England ready to chase down any target India set, says Jonny Bairstow
The tourists established a commanding position, despite Bairstow’s knock of 106.
England on course for New Zealand whitewash after Jack Leach career-best figures
Day 4 - New Zealand 329 & 326; England 360 and 183-2 - 113 more to win: Spinner Leach took 10 wickets in a Test match for the first time- before England motored towards victory at Headingley
Stuart Broad: it would be pathetic to fall out with Joe Root over Windies snub
The England seamer has made it clear he remains ‘great friends’ with his former captain despite omission for West Indies series
Matthew Potts handed England debut for first Test against New Zealand
The Durham quick has taken 35 wickets in his first six domestic appearances this year
Zak Crawley ready to raise his game for England
The batter has made a modest start to the county season
England’s revival to benefit Test cricket on the whole: McCullum
Former New Zealand captain takes charge in his new role as Test head coach
ECB chief executive Harrison to step down in June
England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison will step down in June.
Brendon McCullum set to be appointed England men’s Test coach
Brendon McCullum is set to be appointed as England’s Test coach with the New Zealander having informed close contacts that he has been offered the job
Ex-England batter Thorpe seriously ill in hospital
Former England and Surrey batter Graham Thorpe is "seriously ill" in hospital, say the Professional Cricketers' Association.