O’Keeffe announces return to cricket TV

Cricket: An improved David Warner has helped Winnipeg Hawks claim an eight wicket victory over Edmonton.

Leschenault club’s focus on health nets award

Leschenault Cricket Club has claimed the 2017-18 Alcohol.Think Again Country Club Program, winning $5000 for medical and training equipment.

Despite Slump, Ponting Backs Australia To Bounce Back Ahead Of 2019 World Cup

Australia have not been in the greatest of forms in the recent times, especially in the limited-overs format.

Seven sides with players on stump mics

Australian stars stewing about stump microphones this summer can breathe a little easier, with Channel Seven opting against an open-slather approach despite the International Cricket Council's reforms.

Waugh: The side I’d prefer to captain

AUSTRALIAN cricket legend Steve Waugh has made a stunning admission about who he wishes he could captain ahead of next year’s World Cup in England.

Seven won’t ‘exploit’ stars with stump mic after new ICC ruling

"Stump mics are an important part of cricket but you've got to remember it is players' workplace," Seven's head of cricket David Barham said.

Warner saves blushes in cricket comeback

FORMER Australia vice-captain David Warner led from the front as his Winnipeg Hawks team eased to an eight-wicket win against the Edmonton Royals at the Global T20 Canada tournament.

Australia’s future excites Ricky Ponting ahead of World Cup

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting believes that Australia still have the best depth among any cricket nation and they can turn around their fortunes in time to successfully defend the World Cup in England and Wales next year.

Ricky Ponting says Australia still have ‘the best depth’ despite recent slump; backs them...

Bengaluru: Australia still have the best depth of any cricket nation, former skipper Ricky Ponting has said while backing them to turn around their poor one-day international form in time to defend their World Cup title in England and Wales next year.

WATCH how England smashed 481-6 against Australia at Trent Bridge to break own ODI...

WATCH how England smashed 481-6 against Australia at Trent Bridge to break own ODI world record England return to scene of world-record 481-6 when they kick off ODI series against India on Thursday (12pm, Sky Sports Cricket) Last Updated: 11/07/18 11:43am 3:55 Watch how England thrashed a world-record 481-6 against Australia at Trent Bridge, an innings featuring 62 boundaries, on June 19.


Imposing T20 cap on players, a good idea says Russell

WITH the increasing number of T20 leagues around the world, the game’s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), is reportedly looking to enforce a three-league cap on players.