Chloe Saltau Michael Clarke's phenomenal batting in 2012 has earned the Australian captain another accolade, as Wisden's leading cricketer in the world.
Chloe Saltau Test captain Michael Clarke on Wednesday was named Wisden's leading cricketer of 2012, becoming only the third Australian to receive the honour.
Bloemfontein Colin Ingram hit an unbeaten century to set up a comfortable 125-run win for South Africa in the first one-day international against Pakistan in Bloemfontein on Sunday.
Steve Larkin What do you call a great Australian cricketer? Retired. With that gibe, former England skipper Michael Vaughan opened the battering.
Chris Barrett WHEN Nathan Lyon boarded a flight to Colombo via Singapore in August of last year he was a virtual nobody.
South Africa reinforced their status as the world's top Test team when they beat Pakistan by four wickets on the fourth day of the second Test at Newlands in Cape Town..
Johannesburg Two part-time bowlers spoiled Graeme Smith's big day as South Africa were bowled out for 253 on the first day of the first Test against Pakistan at the Wanderers Stadium on Friday.
Colin Bryden Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore hailed an "incredible" performance by South Africa's pace attack after his team were bundled out for a record low of 49 on the second day of the first Test at the...
Michael Clarke has been usurped as the No.1 ranked batsman in Test cricket by prolific South African Hashim Amla.
Michael Chammas Real-time coverage as Australia attempt to square the series against Sri Lanka.
Paarl, South Africa James Franklin bats skillfully with the tail to secure a tense one-wicket upset win over South Africa.
Andrew Wu The year was only five days old but Michael Clarke had already stamped his mark on 2012. When the Australian captain strode to the wicket midway through the final session on the first day of the...
Jesse Hogan If international cricket was a kingdom, Kumar Sangakkara would be a senior royal.
Chris Barrett, Adelaide When Nathan Lyon boarded a flight to Colombo via Singapore in late August 2011 he was a virtual unknown.
Dean Jones Is sledging good for the game? I think it is but we must find a balance.
Greg Baum "It’s easy," Mark Taylor said in the euphoric afterglow of another win over England in Australia’s halcyon days.
Malcolm Knox Australia's fly-in-fly-out bowling workforce fitted right in as it came on shift in the west.
Chris Barrett This time last year the closest John Hastings was to a taste of Test cricket was the thought of buying a ticket and walking through the turnstiles.
EVEN without fluoro safety overalls and steel-capped boots, Australia's fly-in-fly-out bowling workforce fitted right in as they came on shift in the west.
Chris Barrett Australia's farewelling of Ricky Ponting could hardly have begun better.