After the penalties imposed on Durham yesterday by the ECB, Ben Hathaway wanted his say on the merits of the County Championship. We give him the floor…
Victorian allrounder Marcus Stoinis received a phone call to tell him he’d been selected for Australia’s one-day tour of England after having his car towed away.
Ashton Agar is “very happy” to be selected for Australia’s one-day tour of England and has the full backing of his Western Warriors coach Justin Langer.
Cricket Australia chairman Wally Edwards today paid tribute to Australian women’s vice-captain, Alex Blackwell, who will make her 200th international appearance in the Women’s Ashes Test against England at Canterbury.
England have regained the Ashes after beating Australia at Trent Bridge to take the urn with an unassailable 3-1 lead. We name our players of the series so far…
Middlesex bowling coach Richard Johnson is delighted that Steven Finn is enjoying the success that many months of hard work away from the international spotlight have deserved.
Australia’s under pressure captain Michael Clarke is still confident his team, and his own game, are good enough to retain the Ashes urn.
In an Ashes series that’s harder to predict than British weather, England took pole position in the race for the urn with an 8 wicket win over Australia at Edgbaston.
England have made one change in a 13-man squad announced today for the 3rd Ashes Test beginning on Wednesday July 29 at Edgbaston as Jonny Bairstow comes in to the squad in place of Gary Ballance.
Chris Rogers, forced to retire hurt during Australia’s second innings in the 2nd Test at Lord’s looks set to return to the side at Edgbaston.