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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett Relief of back-to-back hundreds at North Sydney Oval there for all to see.
Chris Barrett The raising of the helmet, with a thrust rather than a subtle lift, said it all. David Warner feels as if he has been put through the wringer this year and the relief of back-to-back hundreds at...
Chris Barrett Channel Nine concerned absence of David Warner and Mike Hussey from ODI series will dilute series appeal.
Chris Barrett Aspiring Australian one-day all-rounder Moises Henriques has injured his finger.
Chris Barrett THE ambitions of Moises Henriques to make a play for the potentially vacant Australian all-rounder's spot have hit a roadblock in the form of finger injury that is likely to rule him out of Friday...
Chris Barrett Life after Michael Hussey is not going swimmingly for Australia.
Chris Barrett Life after Michael Hussey is not travelling swimmingly for Australia.
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu REMARKABLY, underachieving Australia could vault from a world ranking of seventh to within a fraction of top spot in the next three weeks and George Bailey, the captain in the shortest format, admits...
Chris Barrett Cricket Australia has released its list of contracted players for the next year, formally cutting the number from 25 to 17 but handing a lifeline to paceman Mitchell Johnson.
Chris Barrett A calamitous run-out has driven a stake through Australia's hopes of taking an early lead in the one-day international series against England, with the hosts capitalising to win the first match by 15...
Chris Barrett, London AUSTRALIA have set England a target of 252 to win the second one-day international at the Oval, enjoying a mixed outing with the bat after being tied down for a long period when the scorer was barely...
Chris Barrett Australia have endured a disastrous day in the north-east of England, completing a 3-0 one-day series defeat and losing Shane Watson and Brett Lee to calf injuries.
Chris Barrett in Manchester If this was indeed some kind of preview for next English summer, the Ashes will not be pretty viewing.
Chris Barrett, Manchester As England soaked themselves in champagne Michael Clarke assessed the wreckage.