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‘They are showing love’: Cricketers gather in memory of Zeeshan Akbar

Zeeshan Akbar was not there to bat on Wednesday afternoon but his friends still declared him “not out”.

England ‘curious’ of ball-tampering: Cook

Alastair Cook admits England were "curious" of Australia possibly ball-tampering in the recent Ashes series.

Bruce Gordon rejected Ten request to pitch in for cricket rights

Bruce Gordon's WIN Corporation knocked back a request to tip in about $5 million a year to help pump-up Ten Network's offer to Cricket Australia, in a move that suggests tension remains between the Bermuda-based billionaire and Ten's new owner.

We put sports players on moral pedestals then act all high and mighty when...

I’ve lived here longer than I’ve lived anywhere, longer than most of our cricketers have been alive, but still, I sometimes think, I’ll never really be properly Australian.

It’s not cricket, and that’s the whole idea

It was over as soon as it began.

100-ball game can prove a winner but Test cricket ignored once more

All the headlines and focus will be on 100-ball innings and wildcard overs, but actually the new tournament will stand or fall by whether or not it attracts the best players and coaches.

Short ball: England create 100-ball game for cricket

English domestic cricket is set to get yet another format after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced plans for an eight-team, 100-ball competition in the pursuit of younger, family oriented audiences.

Surrey coach keen on signing Australia’s banned cricket stars

Surrey coach Michael Di Venuto has confirmed he'd be keen to sign one of Australia's banned Test stars.

Seven spins a winner for WA cricket with new TV rights deal

Cricket is no longer a dirty word in Australia after leading sports broadcasters Seven West Media and Fox Sports agreed to a record $1.2 billion, six-year media deal with Cricket Australia last Thursday night.

A billion dollars for the cricket rights means access to our collective soul

A billion dollars is, if my math is correct, a lot of money.


Streak is not racist, says wife –

Heath Streak’s wife, Nadine has jumped to the defence of her husband after Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) board chairperson Tavengwa Mukuhlani accused the (former) national team coach of being racist.

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