Cricket

Fri 22 Nov 2019

Notorious party boy Shane Warne in town to raise hell

premium_icon Notorious party boy Shane Warne in town to raise hell

Turning 50 slowed Shane Warne somewhat, but the notorious party animal hinted a night on the town could be on the cards.

Indian media questions age of Pakistan’s ‘teen’ sensation

premium_icon Indian media questions age of Pakistan’s ‘teen’ sensation

Pakistan’s impressive teen paceman Naseem Shah is one of the stories of the summer – but reports have surfaced questioning just how old the rising star is

Craddock: Time for cricket to get out of the stone age

premium_icon Craddock: Time for cricket to get out of the stone age

In tennis, a sensor tells you when a serve is out. In soccer, there are systems in place to definitively tell you whether a goal has been scored or not.

Over to you, David, Joe, Marnus, Steve ...

Over to you, David, Joe, Marnus, Steve ...

The bowlers - as they so often do - did their job. Now it's time for the Aussie batsmen to fire up

‘Absolute panic’: Warner busted for play delay

‘Absolute panic’: Warner busted for play delay

The official ceremonies before the start of play in the First Test were delayed. A teammate has revealed a panicked David Warner was to blame.

Ugly image sparks legends’ Gabba debate

Ugly image sparks legends’ Gabba debate

Australia may have had a great day on the field but an alarming trend has legends questioning the Gabba’s place in the cricket ground hierarchy.

Thu 21 Nov 2019

Aussies take control at the Gabba

Aussies take control at the Gabba

A day into the Test summer and we've already seen a noteworthy fightback from both sides, with the end result being Australia in a position of ascendancy

PM slammed for  “tone-deaf” cricket tweet

PM slammed for “tone-deaf” cricket tweet

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is under fire over a “disgusting” and “tone-deaf” tweet following his catch-up with Australia’s cricket stars

Fickle underdogs look dangerous

Fickle underdogs look dangerous

The pressure is on Australia ahead of the two-Test series against Pakistan - one of the best underdogs in world cricket - Kerry O'Keeffe has warned

Border backs Aussie batting line-up to join the Smith party

premium_icon Border backs Aussie batting line-up to join the Smith party

Despite the frailties exposed in the Ashes, Allan Border is backing the rest of the Australian batting order to join the Steve Smith party against Pakistan

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