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St Moritz ice cricket: The new game on the sporting block

Ice cricket has been played at St Moritz for over a quarter of a century, but early this morning two teams with a large contingent of legends played the first international status T20 game on ice.

Maxwell is Australia’s one-day man. Someone tell Steve Smith

If Glenn Maxwell was intent on making a point then his unbeaten century in Australia’s five-wicket T20 defeat of England the other day probably wasn’t the worst way of going about it.

Q&A with Australian cricket legend Michael Bevan

Australian cricket legend Michael Bevan caught up with me for some intriguing insights into his career and his views on the T20 format.

BBL07: Team of the tournament

BBL07 has come to a close, with the Adelaide Strikers defeating the Hobart Hurricanes in the final.

Australia vs England: T20 tri-series cricket live scores, blog

Australia vs England: T20 tri-series cricket live scores, blog Roar Guru 5 Have your LIVE SCORESScores updated each minute.

Cricket’s oldest foes are T20 strangers

Such is the strange nature of international T20 cricket that the sport’s oldest rivals, Australia and England, have clashed only once in the format in the past four years.

The Australian one-day side if the World Cup started tomorrow

Things have turned from bad to worse for the Australian one-day cricket team recently, having won just one of their past ten white ball encounters.

No more Doug the Rug: Bollinger announces retirement

Left-arm paceman Doug Bollinger has called time on a successful cricketing career in which he represented Australia across all three formats and developed into one of the game’s great characters.

Australia to get its first ever dedicated eSports venues through Hoyts and Gfinity

eSports promoter Gfinity Australia has today announced a long-term partnership with cinema company Hoyts to build a number of dedicated eSports venues in Australia.

D’Arcy Short eyeing off Warner-like path to Test cricket

BBL sensation D’Arcy Short wants to follow in David Warner’s footsteps and morph from a short-form weapon to a Test cricketer.


Agar ready to break test drought

Australian all-rounder Ashton Agar said on Tuesday he was ready to return to test cricket after a four-year hiatus if selected for the opening match of the tour against Bangladesh this weekend.