Chloe Saltau

Chloe Saltau

Chloe Saltau is the chief cricket writer at The Age, regularly covering international cricket and providing news, comment and analysis on international cricket. She joined The Age as a trainee in 1998 and spent several years writing for general news (chiefly as a social policy reporter covering welfare and family issues) before moving to sport.

Cricket

Alastair Cook's Australian ordeal finally ends

Alastair Cook.

Chloe Saltau Alastair Cook left his final press conference with a tired wave and another "could've, should've, would love to have" moment to add to his wretched collection.

Cricket

Australia triumphant again as England crumbles

Watson

Chloe Saltau Accidental stumping helps Australia condemn England to another unexpected defeat.

England batsman Eoin Morgan run out fair and square, according to cricket laws

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Chloe Saltau The run-out of England batsman Eoin Morgan at the MCG on Friday night drew howls of protest from commentators, but it appears the laws of cricket - not the third umpire - were responsible for his...

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Monty Panesar was the pivotal figure on the opening day of the second Ashes Test

England's Monty Panesar.

Chloe Saltau England gambled on two spinners in an effort to conjure a result in Adelaide.

Cricket

Bailey sure there was no snick

On his way: George Bailey walks off after being given out by the third umpire

Chloe Saltau George Bailey was certain that he did not hit the ball that dismissed him for a duck at the MCG on Friday, casting doubt on the use of real-time snicko as part of the Decision Review System.

Cricket

George Bailey may pay a double price for Snicko outcome

George Bailey

Chloe Saltau George Bailey was certain he did not hit the ball that dismissed him for a duck at the MCG on Friday, casting doubt on the use of real-time Snicko in the decision-review system.

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Finch on song as Australia makes it home with ease

Finch

Chloe Saltau Aaron Finch hits ton as Australia romps to easy win over England in first ODI.

Cricket

Cook has more to complain about after defeat

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Chloe Saltau England captain says recalling David Warner after contentious catch was wrong.

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Ashton Agar the Ashes hero: debutant steers Australia to first innings lead over England

Ashton Agar

Chloe Saltau Not even falling two runs short of a century on debut could dim the smile on Ashton Agar's face.

Cricket

Clarke fuming after umpire howler costs Australia

Michael Clarke.

Chloe Saltau An appalling umpiring decision, and Stuart Broad's refusal to walk after edging a ball to slip, ensured Australia's suspect batsmen will face a mountainous task to win the first Test.

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Umpires' errors embarrass the ICC

Stuart Broad.

Chloe Saltau ICC embarrassed by a diabolical umpiring decision on the second day.

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Cricket

First blood: England claim controversial Ashes Test victory

England notches First Test win.

Chloe Saltau Australia has suffered a heartbreaking defeat in controversial circumstances at Trent Bridge.

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Proud Clarke admits DRS failings

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Chloe Saltau It's a bizarre new age indeed when teams are measured as much by referrals as by runs and wickets.

Cricket

Ashes agony familiar for Haddin

Australia's Brad Haddin.

Chloe Saltau Brad Haddin was in the dressing room at Edgbaston in 2005, when Michael Kasprowicz gloved a ball down the leg side and Australia lost a famous Test by two runs.

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Target Anderson: the game plan behind Haddin's heroics

Brad Haddin

Chloe Saltau Brad Haddin did not need to wait for the replay to know he had hit the ball that sealed Australia's first-Test defeat.

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Cricket

Call for umpires only to use DRS

Brad Haddin

Chloe Saltau, London, and Jon Tuxworth, Canberra Brad Haddin believes decision review system should be taken out of players' hands.

Cricket

I knew I was gone: Haddin

Brad Haddin

Chloe Saltau Brad Haddin didn't need to wait for the replay to know about Australia's first-Test defeat.

Bell gets reprieve as England lead tops 400

Brad Haddin embraces James Pattinson after he got the wicket of Tim Bresnan (not in picture), caught by Chris Rogers (extreme left) after lunch.

Chloe Saltau Australia faces a tough task to save game as England lead stretches beyond 400.

'I just can't see how that's not out': disputed Bell catch lowers tone of series

Ian Bell.

Chloe Saltau Ian Bell - the batsman at the centre of the latest umpiring controversy - has become more of a thorn in Australia's side in this series.

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Ashes 2013: Joe Root's century punishes Australia at Lord's

Joe Root.

Chloe Saltau Joe Root has landed more than a glancing blow on Australia.

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