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Stalwarts honoured for carnival

Gerard Marquis, Kim Ingle, Joanne Starling, Courtney Keeffe, Norm Jupp and Ryan Hosking at the announcement .

All change in the summer game

For the best part of four decades, the sounds of Channel Nine's iconic cricket broadcast theme music have announced not just the start of a cricket broadcast but of an Australian summer and a national obsession that's included hours on the couch and rounds of backyard cricket.

SCG Test day four washed out, free entry announced for day five

The fourth day of the third Test between Australia and the West Indies has been rained out, with the doomed contest heading for a draw at the SCG.

Seven boss dismisses concerns over anti-siphoning rules in cricket deal

But Mr Worner said public criticism about the deal comes down to a "misunderstanding" of the list.

Move over WAGS! Perry and co in spotlight

Cricket: Ellyse Perry is primed and ready to play the impressive Indian team later this year.

Fresh head knock clouds Pucovski’s future

Pucovski returned to Junction Oval on Monday to watch from the sidelines after pulling up well from his seventh concussion in the past five years.

WNCL Final, Alex Blackwell retires, NSW Breakers v Western Australia

Blackwell, Australia’s most-capped female player, announced she would retire from international and state cricket earlier this week after a remarkable 16-year career.

Foxtel to reportedly secure $1 billion cricket deal

The Australian is reporting that Foxtel has secured the domestic rights to air the cricket in a deal with Cricket Australia worth more than a billion dollars over six years.

I want in: Michael Clarke’s bid to return as Australia’s captain

Former Test captain Michael Clarke wants to make a cricket comeback to help Australia recover from the ball-tampering scandal.After two years in retirement, and with Australian skipper Steve Smith, opening batsman David Warner and...

Century-making Markram piles on misery for embattled Australia

Century-making Markram piles on misery for embattled Australia News 30 Mar 2018, 22:26 IST Mar 30 (AFP) A career-best century by Aiden Markram added pain to an Australian side reeling from the ball tampering scandal on the first day of the fourth and final Test against Australia at the Wanderers Stadium on Friday.