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Will Brodie England cricketers have been spooked by ghosts at their team hotel. An historical survey of such events reveals that they only occur to teams in steep decline.
Will Brodie The quiet, slightly-built, evergreen West Indies batsman is an inspiration.
Will Brodie Who bloody well cares what the World Cup song is? You should, if you intend to watch the event.
Will Brodie Australian spin legend was considering taking over beleaguered arch-rival, if you believe what he tweeted at 2.16am.
Will Brodie Clearly Mitchell Johnson is currently the most destructive bowler in world cricket. But is Australia the world's best team? Right now?
Will Brodie A week is a long time in Test cricket. A session is long enough for an Australian batting collapse comprehensive enough to lose a Test.
Will Brodie David Warner's barnstorming success at Test match level signals a landmark in cricket evolution. The modern cricket landscape is now so varied that it contains several, distinct types of player.
Will Brodie Australians may be represented by loudmouthed, smart-aleck, brash boundary-pushers on the field, but we love Test cricket.
Will Brodie The pundits and bookmakers have Chelsea favourites to win the EPL title. Despite manager Jose Mourinho’s best efforts – he said “No, it is not possible” on February 24 –...
Will Brodie The TAB website does not recognise a race meeting shift - from Werribee to Geelong.
Will Brodie Fiorente has won the 2013 Melbourne Cup in a thrilling finish from Red Cadeaux and Mount Athos.
Edited by Will Brodie and Scott Spits Thousands of well-dressed patrons are expected to flock to Flemington for 'Ladies Day', featuring the staying classic for three-year-old fillies.
Will Brodie Australian stalwart Peter Siddle defends resting of fast bowlers ahead of a busy Ashes Test schedule, saying that critics of the decision don't understand the demands on modern pacemen.
Will Brodie Stalwart spearhead Peter Siddle has defended the resting of fast bowlers before a busy Ashes schedule, saying critics of the decision don't understand the demands on modern pacemen.
Will Brodie Why the hell does anyone think Australia can get close to England, let alone win this Ashes series?
Will Brodie Most verbal banter on the cricket field is banal, predictable and dumb. So the few on-field statements that are smart and amusing soon percolate through the cricket community like exotic urban...
Will Brodie Light rain has fallen for two hours early on the final day, and a delay to the start of play is expected.
Edited by Will Brodie The spring carnival hits top gear with one of Melbourne's best racedays, which will decide if Sydney trainer Gai Waterhouse will set the pace for this year's major races in Melbourne.
Will Brodie Your guide to the despised outsiders you need to consider to avoid backing beige favourites and win glory as well as riches.
Will Brodie Last year's Melbourne Cup winner defies a bad barrier and a big weight for a stunning Caulfield Cup triumph.