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Alex Blackwell announces retirement from international cricket

Australian vice-captain Alex Blackwell has retired from international and state cricket but will continue to play in the Women's Big Bash League.

England coach Trevor Bayliss wants international Twenty20s to be virtually scrapped

England coach Trevor Bayliss called for Twenty20 internationals virtually to be scrapped after his team had failed to qualify for the tri-series final against Australia on Wednesday, even though England beat New Zealand in their last qualifying game by two runs.

When too much sport really is just too much

In their haste to continually dominate the sporting calendar, it could be that our biggest sports are eating each other alive.

Ellyse Perry backs women’s Ashes points system for other series

Australian cricket star Ellyse Perry has backed the points system used during the women's Ashes to be introduced in other series.

Lynn to play long game on red-ball return

​Chris Lynn is eyeing more time in the middle but admits a return to long-form cricket is still a year away as he battles his ongoing injury woees.

Sixers must contain Villani and Bolton in WBBL final, says Perry

Sixers captain Ellyse​ Perry says controlling Perth's Australian openers Nicole Bolton and Elyse Villani will go a long way to securing a second straight win in the women's Big Bash decider against the Perth Scorchers.

John Rogers brushes club cricket to watch brother in BBL final

Weston Creek Molonglo will need a new skipper this weekend, and they've got Hobart Hurricanes quick Tom Rogers to blame for it.

Canberra snubs men’s World Twenty20 to host five women’s fixtures

The ACT government has turned its back on the men's World Twenty20, deciding to invest in the women's tournament rather than bidding to host second-tier male games.

Australia roll through Afghanistan to book final spot

Australia have cruised into their first under-19 cricket World Cup decider in six years after easily accounting for Afghanistan in the semi-finals.


2017 Women’s World Cup viewership shatters past records

Prev 2017 Women's World Cup viewership shatters past records The recently concluded ICC Women's World Cup in which India finished runners-up after losing to England, was watched by an estimated 180 million people from across the world. A whop