Kane Williamson’s dog and Mark Wood’s moves – sports stars on social media
Sports stars have had to find alternative ways to keep busy as the coronavirus pandemic halts the world’s sporting action.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at what some of them were doing to fill their time on Friday.
New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson has been keeping sharp by giving his dog Sandy some catching practice in the slips.
Manchester United and England defender Harry Maguire was again dominating the top-bin challenge.
England paceman Mark Wood showed off his moves in the garden…
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba’s ‘Stay at Home Challenge’ did not go according to plan!
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane was keeping his fitness up.
Former England rugby union World Cup winner Will Greenwood has been keeping his mind sharp with an online maths quiz.
Laura Robson and Katie Boulter took to TikTok, while their fellow British tennis player Harriet Dart was working hard in the garage.
Former boxer Ricky Hatton made his own cocktail…
Five-time world champion Raymond Van Barneveld reenacted Wayne Mardle’s entrance after losing to ‘Hawaii 501’ in the PDC’s walk-on World Cup on Twitter on Thursday.
Golfer Justin Thomas showed off the results of his cycling Peloton workout.
Fellow golfer Lee Westwood seemed to find the workout tough.
Manchester City and England midfielder Jill Scott went through her coaching session drills.
This Durham cricket duo also took part in a skills session.
Erm, not quite an athlete. But brilliant nonetheless from commentator Andrew Cotter.
Paul Farbrace: Che Simmons may play for England after signing Warwickshire deal
The 18-year-old has signed a three-year contract.
Paul Collingwood ‘desperate to help out’ new England coaches, says Rob Key
Australia’s Matthew Mott has been appointed to lead the white-ball team, with Brendon McCullum the new man in charge of the Test side.
Matt Parkinson out of England squad with Harry Brook and Matthew Potts included
James Anderson and Stuart Broad are back.
Matthew Mott takes control of England’s white-ball teams – who is the new coach?
The 48-year-old Australian is England’s new limited-overs head coach.
Australian Matthew Mott named head coach of England men’s white-ball teams
Mott has signed a four-year agreement, having edged out Paul Collingwood for the role.
Harry Brook and Matthew Potts included in England Test squad
James Anderson and Stuart Broad also return.
Henry Nicholls thinks Brendon McCullum is an “inspiring” appointment by England
McCullum was appointed England Test head coach last week.
‘Huge respect between two of us so no animosity’ – James Anderson on Joe Root
Anderson and Stuart Broad are set for England recalls on Wednesday, a couple of months after being jettisoned for the West Indies tour.
Tom Harrison stepping down as chief executive of the ECB
Managing director of women’s cricket Clare Connor will take over on an interim basis in June.