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BBL expansion is ‘what fans expect’: CA

An expanded Big Bash League will run longer than the Indian Premier League and well beyond its previous popular school holiday slot.

Leschenault club’s focus on health nets award

Leschenault Cricket Club has claimed the 2017-18 Alcohol.Think Again Country Club Program, winning $5000 for medical and training equipment.

Sri Lanka refuse to play amid ball tampering row

INTERNATIONAL cricket appears to have another ball tampering scandal on its hands after incredible scenes during the second Test match between Sri Lanka and West Indies.

D’Arcy Short was close to giving up cricket

D'Arcy Short was close to giving up cricket 7 News Wednesday, 6 June 2018 10:10AM D'Arcy Short was close to giving up cricket 7 News The Australian batsman contemplated retirement before selection

SWM win coveted award with Sports Mate

A TEAM from Seven West Media’s Perth newsroom was crowned world champions on Friday evening after winning a high-pressure digital competition in Portugal.

Warner, Bancroft sign for pro bono NT hit

Banned cricketers David Warner and Cameron Bancroft will cover their own costs while playing in the NT's Strike League, a limited-overs competition that will double as a stint of community service.

Walters hobbles off at Dockers training

Fremantle have played down an injury scare to forward Michael Walters and are optimistic he will play in Sunday’s critical round 10 clash against North Melbourne at Optus Stadium.

Alinta in to bat for Aussie cricket in $30m sponsorship

WA-raised energy provider Alinta will step into the breach left by fund manager Magellan in the wake of the ball-tampering affair to become the major sponsor of the Australian men’s cricket team.

Ferreira’s weight of runs earns under-19 selection

Rising all-rounder Michael Ferreira has been rewarded for a standout season with selection in the WACA under-19 development squad.

My blueprint won’t change

As I was driving to the airport on Wednesday I listened to Tim Hammond’s interview about him retiring from politics to be with his family.


Ailing Kohli races to be ready for England tour

Ailing Kohli races to be ready for England tour NEW DELHI: India captain Virat Kohli Thursday pulled out of a month long stint with English county Surrey because of a neck injury and is now in a race to be ready for his country’s tour of England.