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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett The Australian left-armer exhibited some of the traits that destroyed England two summers ago in his first outing of the Ashes tour.
Chris Barrett Cricket looks finished at Sydney's ANZ Stadium after the Sydney Cricket Ground was awarded exclusive rights to Australia's international matches in the city for the next seven years.
Chris Barrett The Steve Smith playing in the Ashes tour match in Kent this weekend is the No.1 batsman in the world and the future Test captain but eight years ago he made a name for himself in the county as a...
Chris Barrett A spectator pitched a tent on the field in the most bizarre of ground invasions as Shaun Marsh set up camp himself with a hundred on Australia's first active day of the Ashes tour.
Chris Barrett The former Test all-rounder is eating food through a straw after surgery on a broken jaw but could still feature again for English county Surrey this season.
Chris Barrett The Australians have begun their campaign in England and hope the first of two tour games helps to settle a couple of selection issues.
Chris Barrett The Australian opener's farewell tour in England didn't start off to plan but the county team he formerly captained were also to blame despite throwing him under the bus for selling unauthorised...
Chris Barrett The Australian opener admits he went about securing Ashes tickets to sell for hospitality packages in the wrong way but says he told county team Middlesex and Cricket Australia what he wanted to do.
Chris Barrett A four-day game against Kent not only signals the start of Australia's Ashes tour but Chris Rogers' farewell lap around England.
Chris Barrett It's not only New Zealand players who have misgivings about a day-night Test on the schedule this summer as Australians also have doubts.
Chris Barrett Australia have poked fun at England's pre-Ashes camp in Spain, saying they are focused on retaining the most treasured prize in Test cricket not 'sunbaking'.
Chris Barrett Officials know operatives from rival group have spoken to Australian players but hope to strike blow to rebel plans with the signing of new contracts in the next week.
Chris Barrett The 27-year-old off-spinner has a new trick up his sleeve but he's keeping the details under wraps ahead of the Test series against England.
Chris Barrett Australian captain Michael Clarke is happy to take the Captain Mainwaring tag given to him by Jason Gillespie.
Chris Barrett The old enemy have been infused by self-belief after a one-day series win but how much does it really mean for the Ashes?
Chris Barrett The left-hander knows he needs big runs in practice matches against Kent and Essex to retain his place for the first Test.
Chris Barrett England-based former Australian quick hasn't impressed his countrymen with comments made about their age and physical state.
Chris Barrett The Australian captain says he expects both teams to "headbutt" the line, but if his opener doesn't want to antagonise England that is up to him.
Chris Barrett and Andrew Wu Australian cricketer Moises Henriques will on Tuesday have the first of multiple operations to repair a badly broken jaw after being involved in an outfield collision with a teammate in a county game...
Chris Barrett They won the series in the Caribbean in under seven days but there is room for improvement against England, according to coach Darren Lehmann.