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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett The Australian paceman is adamant he doesn't need to be rested and can get through all six Tests this summer.
Chris Barrett The new Australian Test squad member shares the same hard-nosed philosophy employed unapologetically by Darren Lehmann's team.
Chris Barrett It was a sight to make the mouths of Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh water, a decade and a half into retirement long for a last shot at an Australia they once preyed upon.
Chris Barrett Who said the West Indians couldn't bat? There are dire predictions about the prospects of the tourists in the men's Test series against Australia but one of their compatriots lit up the opening...
Chris Barrett Australia's selectors appear fixated by the speed gun, a mantra illustrated by the perplexing inclusion of Nathan Coulter-Nile in Hobart, but the senior statesman of the home attack is adamant those...
Chris Barrett The former England all-rounder admits his own Test career took years to take off and says the young Australian just needs to be given time.
Television heavyweight David Hill says cricket could lose 'crown jewel' unless Tests cut to four days
Chris Barrett The Australian who helped introduce World Series Cricket and then revolutionised sport on television in the US believes reform in cricket is a no-brainer.
Chris Barrett and Andrew Wu It must be summer. Brian Lara is in town. And going on their first outing against a bunch of kids in Brisbane this week, the West Indies could probably use the legendary Trinidadian.
Chris Barrett Hobart's future as a venue for Test cricket is on the line amid worrying official projections of an attendance of less than 10,000 for the first four days against the West Indies.
Chris Barrett Unlike national selector Rod Marsh, Australian wicketkeeper Peter Nevill is not one for bold statements.
Chris Barrett Players and officials have been warned about the perils of corruption with news that an astounding $2.2 billion was bet on last season's Big Bash League.
Chris Barrett Australia are resigned to being without their most dangerous bowler for the World Twenty20 tournament if, as expected, Mitchell Starc undergoes ankle surgery in the next week and there will be a...
Chris Barrett The maverick Victorian coach David Saker will be told to button his lip on matters concerning the Australian team and its selection, after angering some in the national set-up in the past month.
Australia poised for new-look bowling attack against West Indies in bid not to 'break' Josh Hazlewood
Chris Barrett Having begun the home summer with the pace trio of Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood Australia's fast bowling contingent may well be entirely unrecognisable when they resume on...
Chris Barrett Lawyers for the family of Peter Roebuck fear claims made in a soon-to-be-released book about the late cricket writer could jeopardise a new inquest into his death in police custody in Cape Town four...
Chris Barrett The fast bowlers will stay at home in a calculated decision aimed at freshening them up for the summer but one that could potentially backfire on them against a nation that last month drew against...
Chris Barrett EXCLUSIVE Michael Clarke has pulled out of his contract with Big Bash League team Melbourne Stars, meaning the retired Test captain may well have played his final professional match in Australia.
Chris Barrett The circumstances surrounding the former Australian batsman's passing after being hit by a bouncer at the SCG are to be examined.
Chris Barrett The team's new wicketkeeper did not ask to be thrust into the midst of one of the most controversial and emotion-charged selection furores in recent history but he is doing his utmost to show just...
Chris Barrett Director of Public Prosecutions in South Africa is believed to be ready to order that an inquest into the cricket writer's death while in police custody be re-opened.