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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett If any further evidence was needed to spell out the new world Australia's cricketers are living in since the terrible events of last November then it arrived loud and clear here.
Chris Barrett Chris Rogers has been ruled out of the first Test due to concussion after being hit on the helmet during a net session.
Chris Barrett Nathan Lyon is within range of a major milestone in this week's first Test against the West Indies.
Chris Barrett Fawad Ahmed concedes he will be judged by the public on how he bowls, not his remarkable journey to this point, when he makes his Test debut for Australia.
Chris Barrett A Test debut for Fawad Ahmed against the West Indies next week would be the culmination of a remarkable journey but it has not come without sacrifice.
Chris Barrett Shane Watson will potentially place his Test future in jeopardy if he misses the first match of the upcoming series against the West Indies but makes no apologies for putting his family first.
Chris Barrett Sydney Thunder have passed on a proposal that could have seen Mohammad Amir, the former Pakistan fast bowling sensation who was banned for five years for spot fixing, make his return to the elite...
Chris Barrett The governing body is opposing a push for female cricketers to have their own workplace agreement.
Chris Barrett A leading QC will lead an investigation into the tragic events at the SCG last November
Chris Barrett Cricket Australia has reacted to the rebel threat by offering its top players two-year contracts.
Chris Barrett Andrew Strauss, England's new director of cricket, has confirmed that Kevin Pietersen will not be recalled by England for the Ashes series, citing a "massive trust issue" between the former teammates.
Chris Barrett England are following in Australia's footsteps by targeting Jason Gillespie
Daniel Lane and Chris Barrett Former Australian spin bowler Jason Krejza welcomed the selection of Pakistan-born Fawad Ahmed in the national squad for the upcoming tours of the West Indies and England but warned...
Chris Barrett The Ashes tour also coincides with Ramadan, creating an interesting dilemma for Australia's Muslim spinner Fawad Ahmed
Chris Barrett The Indian conglomerate behind a mooted challenge to cricket's establishment have provided an insight into their intentions, confirming they plan to make a foray into the game by setting up a...
Chris Barrett and Jon Pierik Cricket Australia are contemplating locking down players to longer-term contracts in the wake of the threat from a proposed rebel league and fears of a raid on their leading stars.
Chris Barrett Ed Cowan admits he might have quit the game had he not deemed himself within grasp of a second coming in Test cricket and rejoins NSW determined to make up for unfinished business at the top...
Chris Barrett An Indian conglomerate devised plans for Michael Clarke and David Warner to front their rebel league on $50 million contracts.
Chris Barrett The president of the International Olympic Committee is in Sydney to discuss a potential bid for the 2028 Games from Brisbane and its surrounds on Thursday but only one of the 12 mayors...
Chris Barrett The head of world cricket's players union believes governing bodies should be "on their toes" about a potential raid on their players by a rebel organisation despite the Indian conglomerate behind...