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Nathan Bracken and Cricket Australia locked in pre-trial battle

Paul Bibby Former Australian fast bowler Nathan Bracken has accused Cricket Australia of trying to stymie his damages claim against it by refusing to release documents such as player and medical staff contracts...

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Ashes, South Africa ... now for the world

David Warner smashes a four.

Dean Jones It won't be easy but Australia can win its first world Twenty20 crown.

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Sheffield Shield: NSW Blues inflict humiliating loss on Victoria Bushrangers

Glenn Maxwell.

Victoria lost 6-9 in the worst ever start to a Sheffield Shield innings, before succumbing to a humiliating defeat against NSW on day three of their clash at the SCG.

Bitter blow for Henriques as finger surgery puts him out for a week

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Daniel Lane Moises Henriques will be out of action for one week after undergoing surgery on his right index finger on Saturday.

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Hard work key to Clarke's fourth medal

Michael Clarke.

Jesse Hogan MICHAEL Clarke is well placed to finish his career with more Allan Border Medals than anyone after equalling Ricky Ponting's record of four wins on Monday night.

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Bracken, CA set for court over injury claim

Nathan Bracken

Daniel Lane After being embarrassed by South Africa-born Mickey Arthur's claim he was racially vilified during his tenure as Australia's coach and his revelation Michael Clarke considered Shane Watson a...

Rotation plan needed for quicks: Bracken

Australia's  Ryan Harris Make an unsuccessful appeal for the wicket of Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews during the third day of their first test cricket match in Galle September 2, 2011. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)

Chris Barrett NATHAN BRACKEN, the former Test quick suing Cricket Australia over a career-ending injury, believes Australia must consider adopting a rotation policy to get the best out of Ryan Harris, tyro...

Aussies win Twenty20 thriller at Gabba

Australia has beaten South Africa by six wickets in their Twenty20 clash at the Gabba thanks to Mike Hussey's unbeaten knock of 53 off 33 balls.

Hurricane Warner pressuring selectors

Adam Cooper Australian captain Ricky Ponting admits David Warner's remarkable batting could make cricket's new star hard to resist when it comes to naming the one-day side.

Warner brings Proteas back to earth

Cricket's new star David Warner has brought South Africa down to earth with a stunning debut in Australia's 52-run win in the Twenty20 match at the MCG.

Ronchi to replace Haddin in Twenty20

Wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi says he was surprised to earn a call-up to the Australian cricket side as a replacement for the weary Brad Haddin.

Hilditch open to chat with axed players

Adam Cooper Australia's embattled cricket selectors have given players the chance to clear the mass confusion plaguing their summer.

Hayden still among top ODI batsmen

Matthew Hayden may be unwanted by Australia's selectors, but the big opener officially remains among the world's best one-day batsman.

Haddin might sit out Twenty20 clash

Wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is not guaranteed to play in Sunday's Twenty20 match against South Africa at the MCG as Australia monitor his recent heavy workload.

Hayden axed from Twenty20, ODI squads

Struggling opener Matthew Hayden has been omitted from Australia's squads for the Twenty20 and one-day international series against South Africa.

Warriors score Twenty20 win over Blues

Adrian Warren A perfectly paced innings from Western Australian veterans Adam Voges and Marcus North helped WA squeeze out a five-wicket Twenty20 win over NSW at ANZ Stadium.

Blues beat the Bulls in Twenty20

Rob Forsaith Doug Bollinger's tight opening spell and an unbeaten half-century from Phil Hughes have helped NSW claim a win over Queensland in the Twenty20 competition.

Philipson hungry for new Twenty20 deal

Wayne Heming Recalled batsman Craig Philipson plans to use the domestic Twenty20 competition as a springboard back into Queensland's one-day and Sheffield Shield line-ups.

Warriors need to step up, says Moody

Western Australia coach Tom Moody believes not much will separate the injury-hit Warriors from last-placed NSW at the SCG on Tuesday.

Smith recalled by Blues selectors

NSW selectors have made just one change to the squad of twelve for their domestic one-day game against Western Australia at the SCG on Tuesday.