From a contest point of view, it has been a disappointing Summer for cricket fans. This with Australia facing little resistance from Pakistan and New Zealand in the five tests played on Australian soil. Continue reading “The Summer of Marnus Labuschagne”
Hot on the heels of the World Cup in England and Wales is the Ashes. England will be looking to make amends for another poor series down under in 2017/2018 when the team returned home winless and licking their wounds having lost 4-0. Continue reading “Who will win the Ashes in 2019?”
One player who missed out on squad selection was leading run scorer in the Sheffield Shield – Matthew Wade.Continue reading “Matthew Wade: What about me?”
Bill Lawry has confirmed his commentary days are over after four decades with the nine network, which began under Kerry Packer in the 1970s. Continue reading “Bill Lawry bids farewell to the commentary box”
Cricket Australia Chief James Sutherland has declared Darren Lehmann played no part in the ball-tampering scandal. He will remain in place as Australian coach for the remainder of his contract. Continue reading “Darren Lehmann cleared to continue as Australian coach”
In an attempt to replicate the attention, prestige and honour of the AFL Brownlow, Cricket Australia launched the Allan Border Medal in 2000. Continue reading “How to Fix the Allan Border Medal”
It’s Australia Day which means there is no better time to reminisce about some of our nation’s “true blue”, “fair-dinkum” Aussie sports legends.
After the Melbourne Stars suffered their fourth consecutive defeat in the Big Bash Saturday night, Kevin Pietersen was asked about his future at the Stars beyond his current contract. Continue reading “Kevin Pietersen bids farewell to the Big Bash”
Perth Scorchers star Michael Klinger has written a powerful letter revealing his wife Cindy is fighting cancer.
Backyard cricket season is upon us meaning now is the perfect time to run through a few backyard cricket basics.