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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett The fifth Test has ended in a dramatic draw with umpires taking players off the field for bad light just as England looked set to complete a thrilling win that would have given them a first-ever 4-0...
Chris Barrett Ricky Ponting is going to England after all after signing a short-term county deal with Surrey.
Chris Barrett Ricky Ponting is going to England after all. The former Australian captain's Test career could not stretch as far as this year's Ashes tour but he will be a lot closer to Michael Clarke's squad than...
Chris Barrett In coastal Durban in the late 1970s and 1980s, life was good for a wide-eyed youth.
Chris Barrett IN coastal Durban in the late 1970s and '80s, life was good for a wide-eyed youth with a cricket bat in his hand and the world at his feet. As long as the colour of his skin was right.
Chris Barrett MITCHELL JOHNSON has hurt opposition batsmen before. Just ask Graeme Smith or Jacques Kallis, who have felt the full force of the Australian left-armer when he turns predator.
Chris Barrett, Adelaide When Nathan Lyon boarded a flight to Colombo via Singapore in late August 2011 he was a virtual unknown.
Chris Barrett Australia's farewelling of Ricky Ponting could hardly have begun better.
Chris Barrett THE tears wiped from their cheeks, Australia's farewelling of Ricky Ponting is off to a start they will happily take.
Chris Barrett THE sleeping giant of this Test series has finally woken and Australia have been left flat on their backs.
Chris Barrett The tears wiped from their cheeks, Australia's farewelling of Ricky Ponting is off to a start they will happily take.
Chris Barrett Dale Steyn, the sleeping giant of this Test series, has woken from his slumber.
Chris Barrett, Chloe Saltau GRAEME SMITH believes England will start deserved favourites against Australia in next winter's Ashes, having led his team to series wins in both countries in the past three months and undisputed No.
Chris Barrett ''MAYBE I'm just not good enough,'' Dale Steyn uttered, looking in no particular direction as he answered questions at the WACA Ground about his performance in this series.
Chris Barrett Not only is Dale Steyn the world's top-rated fast bowler, he is arguably its most fascinating.
Chris Barrett Michael Clarke likely to put his faith in two debutants to win back the world No.1 ranking.
Chris Barrett AUSTRALIA'S much-discussed fast bowling rotation policy has finally sprung into action, with Peter Siddle and Ben Hilfenhaus rested for the deciding Test against South Africa, despite the world No.
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 BEFORE scaffolding, slabs of concrete and cranes, a masterly Michael Clarke has led an extraordinary demolition job for Australia to bludgeon the second Test - and the quest for the world No.
Chris Barrett Michael Clarke bludgeons second Test indisputably in the host's favour.