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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett Concerns rise over security guarantees at World T20 tournament.
Chris Barrett Concerns rise over security at this year's World T20 tournament.
Chris Barrett Australia has landed a coup by luring Shane Warne back into the national set-up in an official capacity.
Chris Barrett The Ashes were presumably the furthest thing from the minds of David Byrne and co when Talking Heads released Road to Nowhere a few decades back.
Chris Barrett The last calendar year was a graveyard for touring nations, spelling out just how challenging Australia's next assignment promises to be.
Chris Barrett Michael Clarke has defended selectors as Australia rung the changes again to try to save face in the Ashes, declaring: ‘‘This is not a charity tour’’.
Chris Barrett Michael Clarke defends selectors as Australia prepares to ring more changes.
Chris Barrett and Chloe Saltau An altercation between David Warner and England's Joe Root in a Birmingham nightclub was triggered by the Australian opener's belief that the Yorkshire batsman was using a fake beard to impersonate...
Chris Barrett and Chloe Saltau David Warner had to be dragged away from an early-morning altercation with Joe Root in a Birmingham nightclub after the Australian opener threw a punch at the English batsman.
Chris Barrett Indian TV station says it has exposed six leading cricket umpires willing to fix matches.
Chris Barrett A seemingly trivial warm-up match between Australia and England before the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka has been thrust into headlights amid allegations of corruption made against six umpires.
Chris Barrett Former Queensland captain tipped to replace Justin Langer who is moving to WA.
Chris Barrett AUSTRALIA'S batting coach and former Sri Lanka coach, Stuart Law, is adamant Michael Clarke's team will be flirting with danger if they treat the tourists with a lack of respect.
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 Just about every major professional international sport is now on board with the Olympics, except cricket.
Chris Barrett THE ultimate cricket utilitarian, Michael Hussey wants to be remembered as a ''team man'', and says he revelled in, rather than resented, so often having his achievements overshadowed by those of his...
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu REMARKABLY, underachieving Australia could vault from a world ranking of seventh to within a fraction of top spot in the next three weeks and George Bailey, the captain in the shortest format, admits...
Andrew Wu and Chris Barrett Underachieving Australia could remarkably vault from seventh to within a fraction of top spot.
Chris Barrett Children in uniforms kick footballs and play cricket on fields of dust and red soil as the heat gradually eases out of a steamy south Indian afternoon.
Chris Barrett Captain has considered promoting himself as high as No. 3 for Thursday's third Test.