Greg Baum Adelaide Oval on Monday was like a Murray River camping ground in mid-summer.
Greg Baum Abysmal result demonstrates that Australia has lost control of its own cricket destiny.
Greg Baum It would be so much simpler to lampoon Tony Greig than to eulogise him. His chief reknown in the second half of his life was as a cricket commentator who often appeared to be playing up to a...
Greg Baum It would be so much simpler to lampoon Tony Greig than to eulogise him.
Greg Baum At the fall of the second wicket at Bellerive yesterday, Ricky Ponting appeared as usual. This was happenstance.
Greg Baum Michael Clarke's work with smoke and mirrors was so deft that another sparse gathering of watchers at Bellerive could have sworn they saw wicketkeeper Matt Wade bowl an over of nippy medium pace.
Greg Baum For the second time in three Tests, Peter Siddle shoulders burden of leading threadbare attack.
Greg Baum This was Test cricket in its more usual guise, three an over rather than five.
Greg Baum "It’s easy," Mark Taylor said in the euphoric afterglow of another win over England in Australia’s halcyon days.
Greg Baum Ricky Ponting will not be remembered by his first or last balls but by the 22,780 in between.
Greg Baum Again, it is tense and terse and testy, and watchers can't take their eyes off it.
Greg Baum If there is a cricket ground that could contain Michael Clarke right now, it is not the economy-size Adelaide Oval and its welcome mat of a pitch.
Greg Baum One of the mystical peculiarities of Test cricket is each day is played on new terms, discrete in themselves and often vitally different from the preceding day and the days to come.
Greg Baum The announcement of the Australian team for the first Test was straightforward.
Greg Baum The announcement of the Australian team for the first Test was straightforward. Once the selectors were agreed on Matthew Wade, it involved not much more than filling out a pro forma.
Greg Baum Here, paraphrased, is how cricket authorities saw the just-concluded World Twenty20.
Greg Baum, Johannesburg Pat Cummins crowns astonishing Test debut by belting the runs that delivered Australia a heroic and improbable two-wicket victory over South Africa.
Greg Baum Tragedy far greater than 47 all out has struck cricket, and this should be a Roebuck column. But it isn't one, and can't be one, and never will be one again, because the tragedy is Peter Roebuck.
Greg Baum The ICC is about to relax the restriction on the number of Twenty20 internationals.