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.
Chloe Saltau Young Queensland seamer Cameron Gannon has been reported for a suspect bowling action and will undergo bio-mechanical testing.
Chloe Saltau Cricket Australia set to introduce tougher regime for dealing with illegal bowling actions in domestic cricket.
Chloe Saltau Match officials are so reluctant to report flawed bowling actions that in-game testing represents cricket's last hope to confront the politically charged throwing issue.
Chloe Saltau The last Australian player to be suspended for throwing accepts the decision, but says overseas players are treated differently to domestic players.
Chloe Saltau Shane Warne faces severe disciplinary action over his eruption towards Marlon Samuels.
Chloe Saltau Muthiah Muralidaran has tried to forget the indignity of being called for throwing on cricket's biggest stage, on its biggest day, and has urged his countrymen to cherish Sri Lanka's first Boxing Day...
Chloe Saltau, Andrew Wu Soon after lunch on Boxing Day of 1995, Chandika Hathurusinghe was fielding at square leg at the MCG when New Zealand umpire Steve Dunne posed him a question.
Chloe Saltau and Andrew Wu When Darrell Hair called Muthiah Muralidaran for throwing, the cricket world changed.
Chloe Saltau No Test all-rounder can match the record of the South African run machine, but few experts are willing to rate him alongside the charismatic West Indian.
Chloe Saltau Six years after Shane Warne called on the International Cricket Council to test the legality of bowling actions in match conditions instead of laboratories, Australian scientists have developed a...
Chloe Saltau Australian scientists unveil means to test legality of bowling actions in match conditions.
Chloe Saltau The decision speaks volumes of the ex-skipper's resilience and rejuvenation.
Chloe Saltau Mitchell Johnson is back and is 'certainly, absolutely' in contention to resume his Test career.