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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett A crack in Ryan Harris's tibia brought a premature end to the Australian fast bowler's career on the eve of the Ashes series, with the 35-year-old determining he could not put himself through...
Chris Barrett As is the case with retirements in all walks of life, from politics to showbiz to sport, the greatest indicator of Ryan Harris's standing in the game came with how his exit was received.
Chris Barrett David Warner flirted with the idea of a career in baseball but says he could never follow the path taken by rugby league star Jarryd Hayne and start from scratch after working so hard to reach the...
Chris Barrett Ryan Harris has drawn a sudden curtain on his career after scans on an injured knee ruled him out of the Ashes series.
Chris Barrett Steve Smith has revealed how Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell chipped him about his technique and his place in the Australian side two years ago but says now: "they might view me a little bit...
Chris Barrett As the Australians awaited news about the state of Ryan Harris's knee their batsmen endured a challenging afternoon against Essex.
Chris Barrett James Faulkner has been charged with drink-driving, having returned a reading of almost three times the UK's legal limit.
Chris Barrett The "pantomime villain" of the last Ashes tour of England opens up for the first time on that night at the Walkabout, being sent to Africa, and, as Australia head to Cardiff for the first Test, how...
Chris Barrett The Australian left-armer gave England another sign of what they can expect next week with some friendly fire on Friday.
Chris Barrett Sometimes Peter Siddle must feel like checking his passport, just to see that he's got his date of birth right.
Chris Barrett The Australian opener believes fans will be the losers if too much combativeness is taken out of the sport via an ICC crackdown on player behaviour.
Chris Barrett Stuart Broad believes the world's top-ranked batsman is a potential weak link for Australia but England's new head coach was glowing in his praise of his former charge.
Chris Barrett Mitch Marsh has added another 136 runs to his case for a Test recall, making it back-to-back tons on the Ashes tour.
Chris Barrett Ryan Harris's chances of featuring in the first two Tests of the Ashes series have nosedived after he was scratched from the Australians' final pre-series hit-out against Essex with knee soreness.
Chris Barrett England are claiming inspiration from their free-swinging performance in their post-World Cup series against New Zealand but Brad Haddin and Shane Watson can't see what all the fuss is about.
Chris Barrett They were among the defining images of Australia's Ashes whitewash two summers ago: Mitchell Johnson steaming in and England tail-enders ducking for cover.
Chris Barrett The Australian all-rounder is grateful to have been permitted a steady-as-she-goes approach to bowling early in the Ashes tour and will resume that part of his game in Wednesday's tour match against...
Chris Barrett Australia's player of the World Cup might be the best bowler on the planet with the white ball and a rising star on the world stage with the red but he is no fan of the pink.
Chris Barrett The head coach says he has a rough idea of what the XI will be in Cardiff on Wednesday week and there were a few hints as Australia set off for Essex.
Chris Barrett The 21-year-old opener did what only one Englishman could do during the last Ashes series - reach three figures against Australia - on the last day of the tour match in Canterbury.