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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu SRI LANKA'S fast bowling attack is the worst to come to Australia and will not give the home team any clarity about its top order by the summer's end, says former Test paceman Rodney Hogg.
Chris Barrett Steve Harmison has company. Long has the former England spearhead's wild, opening ball of the 2006-07 Ashes been ridiculed as one of the worst, or at least widest, of all time.
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, Perth The flame is about to flicker out for Australia's aspirations to be the official force of Test cricket.
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 flame is about to flicker out for Australia's aspirations to be the official force of Test cricket.
Chris Barrett Dale Steyn, the sleeping giant of this Test series, has woken from his slumber.
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 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.
Chris Barrett THE blond hair, the zinc cream, the pre-slimming physique and even the delivery stride are strangely reminiscent of the greatest leg-spinner to tread this turf or any other.
Chris Barrett Yet again it has come down to Michael Clarke. Time and again the world's most prolific scorer of runs right now has been called upon to lead from the front, in this instance to seal a victory against...
Chris Barrett Once again, Michael Clarke has been called upon to personally lead from the front,
Chris Barrett WHEN Nathan Lyon boarded a flight to Colombo via Singapore in August of last year he was a virtual nobody.
Chris Barrett South Africa have survived a dramatic final afternoon of the second Test in Adelaide, with a heroic eight-hour century from debutant Faf du Plessis cutting short Australia's aspirations for a return...
Chris Barrett, Adelaide First-gamer Faf du Plessis was South Africa's hero among heroes in the second Test.
Chris Barrett AS THE tension became almost unbearable in Adelaide, Faf du Plessis sidled up to his batting partner Morne Morkel, imploring him to simply keep playing straight.
Chris Barrett MICHAEL CLARKE says Australia will fly to Perth with every confidence they can wrest top spot in the Test world rankings from South Africa, after having their immediate aspirations cut short in a...