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Government in talks to bring Thunder back to Canberra

Government in talks to bring Thunder back to Canberra

Canberra's biggest ever summer of cricket may be getting even bigger with the the government in talks to bring the Sydney Thunder back to the ACT this season.

  • by Vincent Smith-Koppie

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Renegades sign ex-Australian spinner
Australia

Renegades sign ex-Australian spinner

The Melbourne Renegades have bolstered their spin stocks with the signature of Australian Twenty20 representative Cameron Boyce.

  • by Daniel Cherny
Star gone: Hastings leaves Melbourne to join Sixers

Star gone: Hastings leaves Melbourne to join Sixers

The Melbourne Stars will have a new captain next summer after veteran fast bowler John Hastings opted to join the Sydney Sixers.

  • by Jon Pierik
Pitching up: Damien Fleming joins Channel Seven
Seven Group

Pitching up: Damien Fleming joins Channel Seven

The former Australia swing bowler is the latest major name to switch networks.

  • by Jon Pierik
Big Bash battle: Sydney, Melbourne set to chase de Villiers
South Africa

Big Bash battle: Sydney, Melbourne set to chase de Villiers

South African great AB de Villiers will be pursued by Big Bash League teams now his international career is over.

  • by Jon Pierik & James Buckley
Indian Premier League next step in women's cricket: Lanning
Big Bash

Indian Premier League next step in women's cricket: Lanning

Meg Lanning is one of five Australians set to play in a women's Indian Premier League exhibition clash on Tuesday.

  • by Jon Pierik
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Warne: Cricket Australia guilty of financial 'greed'
Australia

Warne: Cricket Australia guilty of financial 'greed'

Shane Warne says it's ridiculous that the Big Bash League will expand next summer.

  • by Jon Pierik
CA offers straight bat to 100-ball format as 'challenges' grow
Test cricket

CA offers straight bat to 100-ball format as 'challenges' grow

England has unveiled cricket's latest short-form format, adding to the sport's "challenges".

  • by Jon Pierik
Seven spins a winner for WA cricket with new TV rights deal
Opinion
Opinion

Seven spins a winner for WA cricket with new TV rights deal

Cricket is no longer a dirty word in Australia after leading sports broadcasters Seven West Media and Fox Sports agreed to a record $1.2 billion, six-year deal.

  • by David Prestipino
Good and bad news for fans with Foxtel buying cricket broadcast rights
Analysis
Big Bash

Good and bad news for fans with Foxtel buying cricket broadcast rights

Cricket fans should enjoy a fresh, innovative broadcast of the summer game... but they will have to pay for it.

  • by Roy Masters
Back injury forces Jason Behrendorff to withdraw from Mumbai Indians IPL season
ACT sport

Back injury forces Jason Behrendorff to withdraw from Mumbai Indians IPL season

Jason Behrendorff has been ruled out of the Indian Premier League season as he continues to battle the back injury which prematurely ended his Australian campaign.