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 and Jesse Hogan, Cape Town Graeme Smith's teammates pushed him through the SCG dressing room door and watched him storm out ''like a cowboy bursting into a saloon''.
Chloe Saltau Retired South African champion convinced Proteas' pace attack is superior.
Chloe Saltau The moment Michael Clarke bared his teeth as Australian captain might be the one that finally makes his country appreciate him.
Chloe Saltau Shane Watson won't play in the Sheffield Shield between Tests, despite looking like a man in need of a long hit against a red ball during the first Ashes Test.
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.
Chris Barrett, Chloe Saltau and Phil Lutton With the opening Test of the summer starting tomorrow, Fairfax cricket writers Chris Barrett, Chloe Saltau and Phil Lutton discuss what looms as an intriguing match against South Africa.
Chloe Saltau Australia draws up dossier of detailed plans to unsettle each of South Africa's batsmen.
Chloe Saltau South African captain ridicules aspects of Australia's game plan for the series.
Chloe Saltau Australia's fast bowlers fall flat at the Gabba, letting two top batsmen off the hook.
Chloe Saltau AUSTRALIA'S fast bowlers, so ferocious last summer and so full of bravado leading into this one, fell flat at the Gabba on Friday, letting two of the world's most formidable batsmen off the hook.
Chloe Saltau, Chris Barrett SOUTH AFRICA'S all-conquering pace arsenal fired blanks on the fourth day of the Brisbane Test, undermined by a flat pitch, ill-discipline and Australia's dominant batting.
Chloe Saltau SOUTH AFRICA captain Graeme Smith has ridiculed aspects of Australia's game plan for the series that will decide the No.1 Test ranking, and taken aim at the hosts' unproven top order.
Chloe Saltau, Brisbane Ed Cowan saved by a no-ball in the day's penultimate over as South Africa's quicks all but wipe out Australia's top order.
Chloe Saltau ON A lamentable day for Australia, at least one disaster was averted.
Chloe Saltau HASHIM AMLA'S amused reaction to the invective hurled at him in Brisbane suggests the Australians should direct their sledges elsewhere when the three-Test series resumes in Adelaide.
Chloe Saltau South African star amused by the invective hurled at him in Brisbane.
Chloe Saltau Mitchell Starc threatening to tip Ben Hilfenhaus out of the team for the second Test.
Chloe Saltau WHETHER it was down to bad luck or bad management, South Africa had a very bad day. By the end of it, Jacques Kallis had a strained hamstring and coach Gary Kirsten was forced to defend the decision...
Chloe Saltau AS AUSTRALIA'S fast bowlers strained for a breakthrough without success, Brett Lee lamented the lack of zest in Test pitches around the nation and described Adelaide Oval's second-Test strip as ''the...
Chloe Saltau Young spearhead breaks down with serious side strain that threatens to end his Test summer.