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Steve Waugh surprised Michael Clarke's sledge at James Anderson went to air

James Anderson

Daniel Lane Steve Waugh says the public should be more surprised Michael Clarke's sledge at James Anderson to "get ready for a broken f---ing arm" went to air rather than the fact he said it.

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Shane Watson and Michael Clarke just like me and Steve Waugh, says Shane Warne

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Chloe Saltau Shane Warne has drawn parallels between his own strained relationship with former captain Steve Waugh and the rift between Michael Clarke and Shane Watson, which he believes is overblown in Mickey...

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Shane Warne lays into Steve Waugh over baggy green

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Chris Barrett Shane Warne has taken aim at what he says was Steve Waugh's 'ridiculous' devotion to Australian cricket's baggy green cap.

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Let women play in Big Bash League, says Steve Waugh

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Daniel Lane Former Test skipper Steve Waugh said it was time to consider adding one female player to each Big Bash League T20 team's roster based on the success – and ability - of Australia's elite...

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Steve Waugh's tribute to Brett Lee: I know my son looked up to him

Daniel Lane The former Australian captain Steve Waugh pays tribute to fast bowler Brett Lee, who retired from international cricket today.

Katich wins Steve Waugh Medal

NSW skipper Simon Katich has won the Steve Waugh Medal as the Blues' player of the year.

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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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Canberra cricketer Ryan Carters named NSW's Sheffield Shield player of the year

Ryan Carters scored 861 runs at 53.81 in his debut Sheffield Shield season for the Blues.

Lee Gaskin Canberra product Ryan Carters was a clear winner of the NSW Sheffield Shield player of the year award.

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Australian cricket team winning matches but losing fans with poor behaviour

Australian players celebrate

David Sygall Congratulations to the Australian cricket team. After a tumultuous period in which they were beaten in India and England, they responded with wins against the old enemy and, now, the world's No.

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Fielding at the fore in T20 World Cup

Australia coach Darren Lehmann.

Rob Forsaith In Twenty20 cricket, the importance of fielding is amplified and Australia coach Darren Lehmann expects it to be crucial in deciding the upcoming World Cup.

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South African captain Graeme Smith is a tower of strength at the top of the order

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Jesse Hogan While the South African captain, Graeme Smith did not endear himself to some in the old guard, Mike Hussey says he subsequently earned the Australians' respect.

Cricket Australia says it will investigate eBay baggy green caps

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Daniel Lane Cricketers such as Mitchell Johnson and Brad Haddin have devoted their lives to earning the nation's prized baggy green Test cap but fans can now bid for them online at a starting price of $5.50.

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Swotting up on the South Africans

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Dean Jones Next week’s Test match against South Africa at Centurion Park will be compulsive viewing. Australia can win this but needs to plan carefully and hit the ground running.

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Kevin Pietersen's sacking is a victory for traditional values

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Tim Lane A Test cricketer of Pietersen's age is no longer at, or necessarily even near, the finishing line.

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Australians should kneel before Harvey's monumental talent

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Malcolm Knox Imagining the cricketers of the past who would have prospered most in today's three formats, it's hard to go past Neil Harvey.

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South Africa a series for the true believers

Malcolm Knox If this doesn't get a cricket follower excited, they might want to check their pulse.

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Success made all the sweeter

Rohan Connolly

Rohan Connolly Painful memories fuel the delight of returning from oblivion against tormentors.

Live: Day four, 1st Ashes Test, Brisbane

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Follow all the action with Phil Lutton at the Gabba.

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Ashes: Michael Clarke's call to arms a little premature

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Andrew Webster Michael Clarke tells Jimmy Anderson he can expect a broken arm. Correction: a f---ing broken arm. Big deal.

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Sledging outcry is case of selective hearing

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Malcolm Knox The Australian and English players have been at each other verbally all year (not to mention for the 136 preceding years). Stump microphones only hear the tiniest sliver.