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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett Glenn McGrath's perennial prediction of an Ashes whitewash is all of a sudden holding water.
Chris Barrett Glenn McGrath's prediction of Ashes whitewash suddenly holding water.
Chris Barrett Don't change a thing. That is the message from Ashes destroyer Mitchell Johnson as Australia prepare to field the same line-up in three consecutive Tests for the first time in seven years.
Chris Barrett There is something about Perth, and not just the searing heat nor time difference. A year ago it was the site of Ricky Ponting's retirement bombshell, and subsequently his final Test.
Chris Barrett There is something about Perth, and not just the searing heat and time difference.
Chris Barrett As rumours tend to, it started as a whisper and before long became the talk of the town.
Chris Barrett Glenn McGrath has anointed Mitchell Johnson as key to Australia's Ashes chances this summer, adamant that the rejuvenated left-armer must feature in the first Test against England.
Chris Barrett Former paceman adamant that rejuvenated left-armer must feature in first Test.
Chris Barrett A fearsome Mitchell Johnson was bowling as fast as 155km/h at the Gabba, veteran Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin says.
Chris Barrett, Chloe Saltau, Andrew Wu England's batsmen have had all sorts of drama facing Mitchell Johnson but one of their cocky countrymen reckons he'd be up to the task.
Chris Barrett Michael Clarke may not be publicly entertaining the thought of a 5-0 defeat, but Glenn McGrath's prediction of an Ashes whitewash is all of a sudden holding water.
Chris Barrett, Daniel Lane Patrick Cummins admitted on Wednesday night that his immediate playing future was ''up in the air'' after he was sent to have scans on a possible back injury that may threaten to, yet again, sideline...
Chris Barrett and Daniel Lane Young paceman admits his immediate playing future is ''up in the air''.
ANDREW WU and CHRIS BARRETT When South Africa last toured Australia, Simon Katich and Michael Clarke starred in one of Australian sport's most famous, or infamous, bust-ups.
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 Dennis Lillee says Mitchell Johnson can be a vital cog in Australia's Ashes machine next year, having steered him back to Test cricket following a year on the outer.
Chris Barrett WHEN Jackson Bird told Andrew Fraser he was packing his bags and moving from the northern beaches to the apple isle, the Manly-Warringah president made a frantic phone call to Cricket NSW...
Chris Barrett Jackson Bird employs a straightforward method of attack: letting others go hammer and tong.
Chris Barrett THIS is not quite yet Michael Clarke's Edgbaston moment. But in picking four fast bowlers and then sending lowly Sri Lanka in, recollections of his predecessor Ricky Ponting's infamous decision to...