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Warner gives boost to NT cricket in first Australian appearance since ban

It comes with NTC eyeing off hosting rights for Australia's three-match one-day international series with Zimbabwe slated for June 2020 in the Future Tours Programme.

Shaun Marsh will be OK for cricket Tour: Medicos

The schedule for that trip to the United Arab Emirates is yet to be locked in but the Test series is expected to take place in early October.

English stars could leave Canberra cricket fans Thunderstruck

The deal to bring the Thunder back to Canberra for a BBL-WBBL double-header is almost done with the club and ACT government ironing out the final details.

Kohli won’t score a hundred against us this summer: Cummins

Kohli averages 53.4 in Test cricket but in Australia that figure climbs to 62, which is quite remarkable given some of the game’s best batsmen have struggled in Australian conditions.

Why Australia’s new era of cricket means smarter sledging

Clearly, it is hard to be vocal when you are being hammered as Australia have been over the past few weeks.

Langer upbeat despite Australia’s winless cricket tour

Australia coach Justin Langer maintains there are some positives to take from his side's winless cricket tour of England.

Domestic season to open early, five Sheffield Shield rounds form Test audition

There will be no day-night Shield fixtures in 2018-19.

New Zealand’s Kerr hits world record 232 not out against Ireland

New Zealand's Amelia Kerr hit a world record 232 not out in the third one-day international against Ireland on Wednesday and then took five wickets to complete a remarkable day for the 17-year-old.

Qantas out, Alinta in for Australian men’s cricket uniforms

The Australian men's cricket team will be emblazoned with a touch of WA for the next four years after Alinta Energy was announced as its principal partner on Wednesday.

Langer legacy could be great but key decisions await

Justin Langer's appointment on a four-year contract as Australia's new coach capped a week where Cricket Australia began to rehabilitate its brand, but intriguing questions remain.


Won’t lessen current sanctions on banned players, says Cricket Australia

Melbourne: Australian cricket governing body, Cricket Australia (CA), has made it clear that they are not considering to soften their stand on the one-year ban imposed on former team skipper Steve Smith and opener David Warner for their role in the ball-tampering scandal.