Daniel Lane Doug Bollinger could be poised to gain his long-desired shot at Ashes redemption with the big-hearted NSW bowler set to be placed on standby for the Perth Test to cover any possible injuries in the...
Daniel Lane Doug Bollinger could be poised to gain his long-desired shot at Ashes redemption.
Daniel Lane Alan Davidson, 84, laughed at the notion he has probably bowled more deliveries in his Sydney backyard over the past 10 days while preparing to open the attack in a charity T20 match than Australia's...
A host of celebrities will pad up for a charity Twenty20 cricket match in Sydney on Sunday, November 17 to raise funds for the victims of the recent bushfires in NSW.
Jesse Hogan The new chief executive of Cricket NSW has conceded a lack of off-field investment was a significant factor in Sydney Thunder's abysmal performance in the first two seasons of the Big Bash League,...
Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan for coverage of the second day's play from Chester-le-Street.
Chris Barrett For years, Chris Rogers was destined to be the answer to a sports trivia question: Who was the opening batsman who played the single Test for Australia in 2008, replacing the injured Matthew Hayden?...
Chris Barrett A week before Australia lobbed on England's south coast, there was another Australian here compiling runs, and lots of them.
Phil Mitchell Join us for comprehensive live blog coverage of the first one-day international between Australia and Sri Lanka from the MCG. Phil Mitchell is in the chair.
Chris Barrett ''Where else in the world do you get the opportunity to basically kill someone with two bouncers an over? Or try, legally?'' With that rhetorical question the world's leading fast bowler announced...
Chris Barrett Dale Steyn doesn't look like a killer, but to batsmen he could very well resemble one.
Andrew Wu in Cape Town Mitchell Starc's captain at Yorkshire declared the left-armer capable of becoming the world's No.1 bowler in Test and limited-overs cricket after the Sydney Sixers continued their winning run at the...
New South Wales crushed Western Australia by eight wickets inside three days in the Sheffield Shield clash at the WACA last night.
Former Australian Test opener Phil Jaques is retiring from domestic first class cricket at the end of the summer to join English side Yorkshire on a British passport.
Blake Dean paid credit to the performance of his bowlers after his quick-fire innings helped Queanbeyan to an easy Konica Cup semi-final win over Weston Creek yesterday.
A swashbuckling 78 by NSW discard Nic Maddinson handed the Blues' Futures League team the upper hand against the ACT Comets at Blacktown yesterday.
SHANE WATSON plans to continue the next stage of his comeback by playing in the Sheffield Shield match starting in Perth on Friday, after he made his long-awaited return to cricket in yester
Pakistani paceman Rana Naveed-ul-Hasan destroyed the Sydney Sixers to keep the Hobart Hurricanes undefeated in the Big Bash League at Blundstone Arena in Hobart last night.
NSW will be without key players Simon Katich and Brett Lee for Sunday's Ryobi Cup one day clash against Tasmania at Manuka Oval.
NSW captain Ben Rohrer will wait on the results of an MRI scan before deciding if he will be able to rally the Blues back into their Sheffield Shield clash with Tasmania.