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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chloe Saltau and Chris Barrett Former Australian all-rounder Gary Gilmour has passed away at the age of 62.
Chris Barrett Cricket Australia moving to develop and improve the leadership skills of the next tier of leaders.
Chris Barrett Former Test captain Mark Taylor has been recruited to help train Australian cricket's next generation of leaders.
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu The fifth Test heralds the opening of the brand-spanking new Noble and Bradman stands but The Tonk can reveal the next stage of the SCG redevelopment is already well and truly in the works.
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu Planning is under way for a $100-million upgrade to the facilities at the SCG.
Chris Barrett Three former Australian captains are set to feature on Fairfax Radio's commentary team as international cricket makes a return to the commercial airwaves this summer after a long hiatus.
Chris Barrett, Chloe Saltau Three former Australian captains are set to feature on Fairfax Radio's cricket commentary team.
Chris Barrett FORMER Test captain Mark Taylor believes Shane Watson remains one of Australia's top six batsmen but argues it is a risk to the team if he is picked anywhere short of full fitness.
Chris Barrett Mark Taylor believes Shane Watson remains one of Australia's top six batsmen.
Chris Barrett BILL LAWRY recalls his first meeting with Tony Greig – the man who would become his commentary box offsider for more than three decades – like it was yesterday.
Chris Barrett THERE was a mind-boggling exchange at a news conference this week when John Inverarity sat down to announce Australia's one-day team for games three and four against Sri Lanka.
Chris Barrett Australia's selectors are on the nose with fans but not players.
Chris Barrett, Mohali Australia's Test cricketers have been warned in India about their intake of supplements.
Chris Barrett MOHALI: In his submission to Mickey Arthur last week Ed Cowan told the head coach that his focus was on the minutes column of the score-sheet, not the runs.
Chris Barrett Where would Australia be without Michael Clarke? It is a question, generally of the rhetorical variety, that has been posed often lately.
Chris Barrett Derided for its stubborn opposition to cricket's Decision Review System, the game's superpower now feels vindicated over its stance after watching a series of controversies mar the first two Tests of...