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David Warner to face media over ball-tampering

David Warner is expected to properly address the ball-tampering saga on Saturday for the first time since being accused of masterminding the scandal.

Magellan drops Cricket Australia sponsorship

Cricket Australia's Test naming rights sponsor has torn up its deal as player sponsors also jump ship in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal.

Ball tampering trio face ‘significant sanctions’, Lehmann stays as cricket coach

Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland said Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were facing "significant sanctions" and would be sent home today.

Aust cricket cheating ‘beggars belief’: PM

A disappointed Malcolm Turnbull has contacted the head of Cricket Australia amid the national team's cheating scandal in South Africa.

Cameron Bancroft charged with ball tampering, Steve Smith admits ‘big mistake’

Steve Smith insists he has no plans to relinquish the captaincy over a ball-tampering saga destined to represent one of Australian cricket's darkest hours.

Smith, Perry claim top cricket honours

Steve Smith and Ellyse Perry have dominated the major awards at Australian cricket's Allan Border Medal night.

Weekend sport wrap

Action in the A-League and the National Basketball League, plenty of cricket and even more tennis - even if the news wasn't that good for local supporters.

Captain Kohli leads India to opening win

India amassed 270-4 to reach their target with 27 balls to spare at Kingsmead after South Africa captain Faf du Plessis, who won the toss, scored 120 of his side’s 269-8.

Tye shocked by IPL deal and whirlwind rise

Rising Australian bowler Andrew Tye is shocked by his $1.4 million IPL price tag and whirlwind rise, which has taken him from working on timber floors to international cricket.

Hat-trick hero spurs Sri Lanka to victory

Shehan Madushanka claimed a hat-trick on his international debut as Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 79 runs to win the ODI tri-nations series final in Dhaka.


Irish hopes intact as rain derails Test debut

Irish hopes intact as rain derails Test debut DUBLIN: When you’ve waited as long as Ireland have to play your first Test match, another day’s delay may not seem that significant.