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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett Geoff Marsh, a World Cup winner as both a player and a coach, has been called into the Australian camp to advise them on handling the expectations that come with hosting the tournament.
Chris Barrett Two Mitchs are better than one.
Chris Barrett Shane Watson says a mind-body practice made famous by the Beatles helped him deal with the death of Phillip Hughes and hopes it can inspire him at the World Cup.
Andrew Wu, Chris Barrett, Daniel Lane The Sydney Sixers face an embarrassment of riches at this year's Champions League when they welcome back their Australian stars for the global Twenty20 tournament.
Cricket officials discuss replacing Michael Clarke with Steven Smith as full-time Australian captain
Chris Barrett Senior Australian cricket figures have discussed the option of appointing Steven Smith as the country's permanent captain beyond the World Cup, leaving Michael Clarke's position in the balance.
Chris Barrett Shane Watson has more reasons than most to score a bagful of runs in this World Cup.
Chris Barrett Nathan Lyon has vowed to use his World Cup snubbing as an opportunity to prove he should be Australia's No.1 spinner across all three formats, starting with Wednesday's Big Bash League final.
Chris Barrett Stuart MacGill's $2.6 million claim against Cricket Australia will come out of the pockets of his fellow players if he is successful in suing his former employer in the Victorian Supreme Court.
Chris Barrett He was the club captain who put the interests of the Australian team and Michael Clarke before his own ... and landed himself in the middle of a skirmish between the Test captain and selectors.
Chris Barrett Cricket authorities' bid to eradicate so-called pitchsiding from their venues took another twist during the first match of the triangular one-day series with an Indian national evicted from the SCG.
Chris Barrett Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland says he is satisfied that David Warner's "Speak English" run-in with India's Rohit Sharma was not racially motivated but the fiery Australian opener...
Chris Barrett Mitchell Marsh will play for Western Suburbs on Saturday after the bottom-placed team in the Sydney one-day competition won a ballot to have the Australian allrounder turn out for them for a day.
Chris Barrett Shane Watson intends to play Australia's pre-Ashes series in the Caribbean in June despite his second child being due to be born just days before the first Test against the West Indies starts.
Chris Barrett Sydney Thunder's Josh Lalor concedes even he began to doubt whether his spectacular boundary catch at Spotless Stadium on Saturday night was legal but believes it is good that confusion about the...
Chris Barrett Who wants Mitchell Marsh for a day? That is the question Sydney grade cricket clubs have been asked as Cricket Australia looks outside the square for a way for the World Cup-bound all-rounder to...
Chris Barrett A year after their Ashes destruction of England, Australia's man of the match Mitchell Starc says he hopes a bonus point victory at the SCG has "reopened a few scars" for the tourists.
Chris Barrett Mike Young has come in from the cold - about seven degrees below zero, to be exact - to sharpen up Australia's fielding, having been involved in two previous World Cup triumphs.
Chris Barrett A diplomatic George Bailey says Australia do not agree with comments about their on-field conduct made by England commentator Jonathan Agnew, who maintains that an opportunity has been missed to curb...
Chris Barrett Dropped in it by Kevin Pietersen, England's new one-day captain Eoin Morgan has attempted to navigate his way out of it after arriving in Sydney.
Chris Barrett Michael Clarke is back with a bat in his hand, stepping up his bid to meet a deadline set by Australian selectors to be fit for the World Cup.