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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett England fast bowler Stuart Broad has angrily denied that he asked two spectators to be ejected from the members bar at the SCG last Friday after he was heckled on the way back into the visitors'...
Chris Barrett Mitchell Johnson has welcomed England's intention to try and hit their way out of their funk against him with a simple message: ''Go ahead.''
Chris Barrett Mitchell Johnson welcomes England's intention to try to hit its way out of its funk against him.
Chris Barrett, Jesse Hogan Bob Hawke might be 84 but you get the impression he would still fancy himself with a pair of wicketkeeping gloves, even if Mitchell Johnson was steaming in from the other end.
Chris Barrett and Jesse Hogan WACA chief executive Christina Matthews is adamant she has not presided over her final Test at the Perth ground, but concedes cricketing authorities are losing patience with its inability to secure a...
Chris Barrett and Jesse Hogan Bob Hawke might be 84 but you get the impression he would still fancy himself with a pair of wicketkeeping gloves.
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu, Dean Jones England have arrived in Australia to defend the little Ashes urn. Chris Barrett and Andrew Wu profile the tourists, and former Australian cricketer Dean Jones gives his opinion on how the 17-man...
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu and Dean Jones With the England squad for this summer's Ashes arriving on Australian soil, Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu and Dean Jones take a close look at the tourists.
Chris Barrett Australia’s veteran wicketkeeper Brad Haddin says the insecurity of his predecessor, Mickey Arthur, was to blame for the extraordinary unravelling of the national team this year.
Chris Barrett They baited him, berated him and booed him. And it blew up in the Australians' faces.
Chris Barrett They baited him, berated him and booed him. And it blew up in the their faces.
Andrew Wu, Chris Barrett seems there will be little respite for England's cricketers from the rigours of an Ashes tour in Australia – even when they are 30,000 feet in the air.
Chris Barrett Queensland Cricket officials happy they bought ground insurance for first three days of Test.
Chris Barrett The Tonk Queensland Cricket are thanking their lucky stars they made the prescient decision to buy ground insurance for the first three days of the first Test.
Chris Barrett DAVID WARNER says South Africa's captain Graeme Smith is needlessly wasting time by repeatedly rearing away from his crease because of concerns with the sightscreen.
Chris Barrett THE consolation for Mitchell Starc is that he is all but guaranteed to feature in the final and possibly deciding Test of this series in Perth next week.
Chris Barrett, Adelaide First-gamer Faf du Plessis was South Africa's hero among heroes in the second Test.
Chris Barrett AS THE tension became almost unbearable in Adelaide, Faf du Plessis sidled up to his batting partner Morne Morkel, imploring him to simply keep playing straight.
Chris Barrett Days after being unfit to roll his arm over at all, Shane Watson is readying himself to contribute even more with the ball than he usually would.
Chris Barrett This time last year the closest John Hastings was to a taste of Test cricket was the thought of buying a ticket and walking through the turnstiles.