England captain Alastair Cook speaks with groundsman as rain delays play on day one of 2nd Investec Test match between England and New Zealand at Headingley

England v New Zealand 2nd Test: First day washed out

The latest report from the second Test at Headingley

Joe Lydon

Joe Lydon appointed as England's new head of international player development

Lydon switches from his role as head of rugby at the Welsh Rugby Union

Two bailed after arrest over Woolwich attack Twitter comments

Complaints were made to police about comments which were of an allegedly racist or anti-religious nature

Rolf Harris performing at Glastonbury 2010

Rolf Harris performs first concert since arrest for historic sex assault claims

The entertainer thanked fans for their support during his show in Bristol

Alastair Cook feared England’s lead was insufficient

England v New Zealand: Hard work on beating left-handers should keep paying dividends

A day that began with victory a possibility for both sides ended up being as short as it was Broad's.

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Cutting edge: Joe Root slashes the ball through the off side to the dismay of wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum at Lord’s

England v New Zealand (First Test, day three) report: Joe Root grows in stature to sow seeds of revival

England 232 & 180-6 v New Zealand 207: Yorkshire batsman brings England back into the first Test with gutsy innings but late flurry of wickets also offers Kiwis hope of victory, writes Stephen Brenkley at Lord’s

James Lawton: 301 proves to be magic number for James Anderson

Jimmy Anderson brushed against history again when he took his 300th Test wicket but it was the one which followed that was most crucial to England’s embattled cause.

England manager Roy Hodgson leads the tributes as David Beckham hangs up his boots for one last time

The former England captain will stop playing at the end of the season

Strong winds batter UK

Winds of up to 65mph battered British coastlines during the night resulting in trees blown down in what was “fairly unusual” weather for May.

Stuart Broad has not been reinstated as Test vice-captain

Stuart Broad: It is a big thing if we ain't got that swing says England bowler ahead of New Zealand Test

England's bowlers are preparing for an outbreak of panic if swing continues to elude them against New Zealand. Indeed, it may be full-blown hysteria followed by the need for crisis counselling.

Cows trample man to death and leave another injured in field

A man has been trampled to death by a herd of cows, police said.

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Teenagers rescued girl from swollen river and forsook rain-swept Ten Tors challenge to help dozens of competitors to safety

A team of "selfless" school pupils relinquished their chances of finishing the Ten Tors challenge to rescue a girl from a swollen river and guide dozens of other competitors to safety.

Matt Prior on the attack in the third Test against New Zealand in March

Six years on, Matt Prior completes rise from England hardcase to universally acclaimed gem

Wicketkeeper's early unpopularity forgotten as he pips Alastair Cook to win Player of the Year award

Giant strides: Leroy Cudjoe scored two tries to put Huddersfield through

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Leroy Cudjoe intercepted Leeds on their usual route to Wembley with two tries that took Huddersfield into the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup.

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