Chloe Saltau

Chloe Saltau

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.

Cummins investigates niggling soreness

Corey Brown

Chloe Saltau and Andrew Wu Pat Cummins was sore during final week of Sydney Sixers' Champions League campaign.

Cummins injury raises sore point in Sixers' crowning glory

Patrick Cummins

Chloe Saltau, Andrew Wu Patrick Cummins was sore for the final week of the Sydney Sixers' Champions League campaign, raising questions about whether the young fast bowler should have played the final stages of the lucrative...

Cummins' injury raises questions

Pat Cummins.

Chloe Saltau Young paceman faces a second summer on the sidelines with a bone stress fracture.

Cummins a test case for bowlers' welfare

Pat Cummins

Chloe Saltau PAT CUMMINS asked the physio to delete the slides revealing a slight crack in his lower back. But no amount of wishful thinking can erase the questions it poses about Australia's injury management...

Fourth umpire armed with extra large box of pills to counter headache of lost balls

The Tonk

The Tonk, ANDREW WU, CHLOE SALTAU The construction zone surrounding half the Adelaide Oval was always going to throw up a potential minefield of problems locating cricket balls directed over the fence.

Malinga 'best at the death'

The scoreboard shows South Africa's world record total of 9/438 in the fifth one-day tie against Australia at the Wanderers Stadium on March 12, 2006.

Chloe Saltau Mick Lewis rates Lasith Malinga as the best death bowler in the world.