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Larissa Nicholson 12:23 AM With three stumpings and a catch in her first match, Emma Inglis showed her prowess as wicketkeeper for the Prahran fourths.
Lee Gaskin 12:03 AM ACT Meteors coach Andrew Dawson says Cricket Australia "made a genuine mistake" leaving Canberra out of the inaugural women's Big Bash League
Jesse Hogan 10:51 PM The only member of Victoria's Matador Cup squad yet to have represented or at least toured with Australia, Scott Boland, is nevertheless transforming himself into an integral part of the team.
Daniel Lane Mitchell Starc's four-wicket haul not only spearheaded an incredible fightback for NSW to win their Matador Cup match against South Australia by 110 runs, but it proved – yet again – why he is considered the world's best white-ball bowler.
Nick Miller New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns lied on oath about his involvement in the corrupt world of gambling, prostitutes and match fixing in India's private Twenty 20 league, a London court has been told.
Tom Decent Michael Clarke believes Shaun Marsh should be given the vacant openers spot vacated by Chris Rogers.
Jon Pierik Australia's cricketers took advantage of an opportunity to provide information on suspicious approaches in a bid to help the sport rid itself of a potentially sinister underbelly.
The Cricket Australia XI have been on the end of another massive domestic one-day cap defeat, going down by nine wickets to Victoria at Hurstville Oval in Sydney on Wednesday.
Jamie Marcuson What do you do when your father is a former Australian cricket captain, widely regarded as one of the greats of the game, and your uncle is considered one of the most elegant and gifted strokemakers ever? In the case of Austin Waugh, it's simple.
Tom Decent Uncontracted Australian cricketers picked to tour Bangladesh, who could have earned $68,223 had Australia won both Tests, are set to receive a $5000 tour sign-on fee from Cricket Australia as well as match and series bonuses partly because the issue of player payment for postponed tours is not specifically covered in their enterprise agreement.
Jon Pierik While Cricket Australia's immediate focus is on next month's home Test series against New Zealand, and the historic introduction of the pink ball, it's a team that was once clad in pink that has local officials nervous.
David Sygall Reaction has been damning after an Indian crowd turned on their poorly performing team in a match against South Africa.
Daniel Lane National selector Mark Waugh said some players who were named for the postponed tour of Bangladesh will be disappointed when the team for next month's opening Test against New Zealand is named.
Jon Tuxworth Queanbeyan and Weston Creek will square off in the Konica Minolta Cup final after they won their respective pools by going through the preliminary games unbeaten on the weekend.
Daniel Lane Test wicketkeeper Peter Nevill described the Cricket Australia [CA] XI that NSW will face in their opening Matador Cup match at Bankstown Oval on Monday as an "unknown quantity" but added the star-stacked Blues were aware complacency could come at an embarrassing cost.
Kevin Norquay It is alleged the man who was once the world's best all-rounder misled a court in 2012 British libel proceedings against Indian businessman Lalit Modi.
Daniel Lane Cricket Australia's chairman of selectors, Rod Marsh, made it clear none of the players picked for the postponed tour of Bangladesh should expect a start when New Zealand toured Australia this summer after he declared "open season" on selection.
Jon Tuxworth A superb batting and bowling performance has put Weston Creek Molonglo in poll position to make the Konica Minolta Twenty20 Cup semi finals in a low-scoring win over Wests-UC on Saturday.
From Shane Warne to Simon Katich - the relationships retiring skipper Michael Clarke has had in Australian cricket.
Greg Baum: There's no easy way to say this, but it's time we took a break.
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Morris's provenance was classically Australian. He was born in Bondi, but grew up in rural Dungog, later famous as Doug Walters' hometown.
This is an England team of huge promise who have achieved success far quicker than I ever expected.