Moores wants England to prove their quality Head Coach Peter Moores wants England to head into a high-profile summer in a winning mood as attention turns to the third Test against West Indies in Barbados.

LV= CC, April 26: As it happened Recap the opening day of eight LV= County Championship fixtures, where Marcus Trescothick and James Hildreth piled on the runs for Somerset, while Oliver Robinson struck a century on debut as he shared a record final-wicket stand for Sussex.

Robinson shines on debut Oliver Robinson showed his new Sussex team-mates how to bat with a run-a-ball century on his first-class debut against Durham in the LV= County Championship at Emirates Durham ICG.

Somerset pair pile on the runs Marcus Trescothick and James Hildreth each hit centuries before a late collapse meant Somerset were bowled out for 408 on the opening day of the LV= County Championship Division One match against Middlesex at Taunton.

Westwood century keeps champions at bay Disciplined bowling by Yorkshire could not stop Warwickshire opener Ian Westwood from marking his benefit season with a flawless century on the first day of the LV= County Championship match at Headingley.

Prince rules for Lancashire Ashwell Prince made his third hundred his three successive Championship innings against Kent as Lancashire enjoyed the best of the opening day of their LV= County Championship Division Two match at Old Trafford.

Cricket world reacts to England victory England claimed their first Test victory overseas since late 2012 courtesy of a comfortable nine-wicket triumph over West Indies in Grenada. Inside is how the Twitter world reacted to the win.

Anderson storms up ICC rankings James Anderson’s stunning performance in England’s victory over West Indies in Grenada has propelled him to a career-high second in the International Cricket Council Test bowling rankings.

Cherishing Anderson important to Cook Alastair Cook has urged England to “cherish” James Anderson while he is playing for them.

Win adds to value of ton - Root Joe Root says his 182 not out “feels a lot better”, coming in an England victory.