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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett The veteran Australian opener was left with headaches and dizziness long after a blow to the head at training a fortnight ago.
Chris Barrett Steve Smith's standing has gone through the roof but as he showed with another Test century in the West Indies he remains intent on simply scoring runs.
Chris Barrett The Jamaican quick had incredibly failed to concede a run at lunch time on the first day of the second Test.
Chris Barrett There is no stopping Australia's new No.3 batsman, who steered his team out of trouble on day one in Jamaica with another fine innings.
Chris Barrett Australia's fast bowlers aren't just firing, they are also fitter than they have been in years.
Chris Barrett Australian players have witnessed a series of stoushes between eager ticket hunters at Sabina Park and been physically harassed for tickets on the eve of the second Test against the West Indies here.
Chris Barrett The veteran opener's absence from a second straight Test delays a selection headache until England.
Chris Barrett If Australia's new first drop can be anything like the former Test captain was there then Australia should be in good shape.
Chris Barrett Shaun Marsh is set to remain at the top of the order in Jamaica as Chris Rogers is ruled out.
Chris Barrett Australia's veteran keeper still has plenty to achieve in the final stretch of his international career.
Chris Barrett Australia should be hosting New Zealand on Boxing Day and in the Sydney Test, not the West Indies.
Chris Barrett Not for the first time Australia relied heavily on its lower order in the first Test against the West Indies and their most experienced bowler says they are happy to help.
Chris Barrett An Australian cricket reporter was mugged by men armed with knives just a few minutes from the hotel where the Australian cricket side was staying in the Dominican capital.
Chris Barrett The Test captain needs one more ton to match the Don's 29 career hundreds.
Chris Barrett Australia still have a Test to play against the West Indies but England is in the back of their minds.
Chris Barrett The former asylum seeker could unfortunately spend the next 2 1/2 months running the drinks.
Chris Barrett If Chris Rogers is passed fit to return from concussion in the second Test against the West Indies there is a tough decision to be made.
Chris Barrett Michael Clarke's men took a 1-0 lead in the series over the West Indies and earned themselves an extra rest.
Chris Barrett Twenty-two years, to the day, since Shane Warne had left Mike Gatting and world cricket in a spin with his so-called Ball of the Century at Old Trafford, Devendra Bishoo produced his own version.
Chris Barrett The 35-year-old's hundred on debut gives hope to dozens of others ploughing away on the state scene.