Richard Hinds

Richard Hinds

Richard Hinds is the Chief Sports Columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald

A huge test but also an insight into Ashes bid

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Richard Hinds For the home team there is, quite literally, nothing to lose.

Many hot spots, but shades of grey dominate in anticlimax

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Richard Hinds After the first day, the Australians were pinned to the canvas with a South African boot on their throats.

Oval's demolition crew raise the entertainment bar to new high

Richard Hinds Ed Cowan's maiden century at the Gabba was one for old-fashioned opening batsmen's values. At what's left of the Adelaide Oval, David Warner, Michael Clarke and Michael Hussey took the game into...

Skipper needs to get his hands dirty

Richard Hinds For the religious minded, Clarke must suffer for the sins of his fellow batsmen.

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Ricky, please come back and save us

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Richard Hinds It takes a big man to admit he was wrong. Unfortunately, I don't have one here. So I am going to have to do this myself.

Pugnacious Punter has chosen to finish with his pads on

Richard Hinds The former skipper has lost none of his self-belief despite one-day axing.

Clarke grows into a fiercely loyal leader

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Richard Hinds For Michael Clarke, the tour of the West Indies presented its share of challenges.