Former West Indies captain Darren Sammy is thrilled to have Steve Smith on his team for the inaugural Global T20 Canada league even though the disgraced Australian is banned from playing for his own country following a ball-tampering scandal.
Australia's Hazlewood ruled out of England ODIs with injury By Reuters Published: 08:44 EDT, 28 May 2018 | Updated: 08:44 EDT, 28 May 2018 May 28 (Reuters) - Australia's fast bowling options have been further depleted after Josh Hazlewood was ruled out of next month's one-day international series in England due to back soreness.
Sutherland's highs and lows with CA By Australian Associated Press Published: 00:32 EDT, 6 June 2018 | Updated: 00:32 EDT, 6 June 2018 A LOOK AT THE LIFE AND TENURE OF CRICKET AUSTRALIA CHIEF EXECUTIVE JAMES SUTHERLAND, WHO HAS ANNOUNCED HE WILL STEP DOWN WITHIN 12 MONTHS.
Hasan Ali: No more smart watches for Pakistan after ICC intervention By Press Association Published: 15:51 EDT, 24 May 2018 | Updated: 15:52 EDT, 24 May 2018 Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali has confirmed an anti-corruption officer asked the tourists to stop wearing smart watches on the field of play.
Josh Hazlewood ruled out of England tour by back injury and is replaced by uncapped Michael Neser Cricket Australia announced Josh Hazlewood has 'low-level bone stress' in back He'll miss Australia's one-day tour of England and Michael Neser has taken place He has been replaced in squad already missing Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins By Press Association Sport Staff Published: 05:48 EDT, 28 May 2018 | Updated: 05:48 EDT, 28 May 2018 Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood will miss Australia's one-day tour of England with a back injury.
Hampshire’s Rilee Rossouw has revealed he geared up for his match-winning 125 in the Royal London One-Day Cup final by getting stuck in a hotel lift.
Australia's disgraced cricketers 'lost their soul,' when they decided to cheat, a respected cricket coach has said.
Pakistan field hockey great Mansoor Ahmed dies at 49 By Associated Press Published: 12:54 EDT, 12 May 2018 | Updated: 12:59 EDT, 12 May 2018 ISLAMABAD (AP) - Pakistan field hockey great Mansoor Ahmed died on Saturday after suffering from a heart ailment for three years.