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

Tom Moody takes Renegades role

Tom Moody when coaching Sri Lanka.

Chloe Saltau The Melbourne Renegades have turned to Tom Moody, the former Australian allrounder and Sri Lanka coach, to scour the cricket world for players capable of propelling the team up the Big Bash League...

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No kidding: 'Billy' McDermott is an Irishman for now

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 12:  Craig McDermott in action during the Australian national cricket team training session at Sahara Park Newlands on October 12, 2011 in Cape Town, South Africa 

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Chloe Saltau Craig McDermott expects he will continue to shape the careers of Australia's fast bowlers but for the moment he is hell-bent on helping his new employer, Ireland, pull off the mother of all upsets in...

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Watson and water thwart Windies as Australia surges into Super Eights

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Chloe Saltau in Colombo Australia won a dramatic World Twenty20 match against the West Indies under the Duckworth-Lewis system on Saturday night, but monsoonal rain was not the only force of nature to hit Colombo.

Cricket

Gayle destroys Australia's World T20 final hopes

Brad Hogg and Chris Gayle.

Chloe Saltau Somewhere over Colombo is a cricket ball launched into orbit by Chris Gayle, and Australia's hopes of winning its first ever World Twenty20 crown went with it.

Cricket

Australia's campaign ends in regret, but with hope for future

High 10: West Indies players celebrate George Bailey's dismissal.

Chloe Saltau George Bailey insists team's semi-final finish just the start of his career as national leader.

Cricket

Hip-hop Windies waltz all over Australia

West Indies players celebrate after taking the wicket of Australia's David Warner as Australia's Shane Watson (L) watches during their Twenty20 World Cup semi-final cricket match in Colombo October 5, 2012. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)

Chloe Saltau COLOMBO: As Chris Gayle danced, Gangnam Style, on the grave of Australia's World Twenty20 campaign, vanquished captain George Bailey insisted the team's semi-final finish was just the start of his...