International cricket

    Bushrangers cruise to Sheffield Shield victory.

    Victoria looked gone, in the last home & away game against NSW, but former skipper, Cam White played a fantastic hand to secure a draw and passage into the final. His 6 hour 91* will be something to cherish, as he looks back on his career.
    The Bushies beat Sth. Australia by 7 wickets, in the […]

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Well played, Matthew

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Aussie state squads announced

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Twenty20 Big Bash League

Thunder wins it for Huss

Sydney Thunder beat Melbourne Stars.

Sheffield Shield

Bushrangers cruise to Sheffield Shield victory.

Victoria looked gone, in the last home & away game against NSW, but former skipper, Cam White played a fantastic hand to secure a draw and passage into the final. His 6 hour 91* will be something to cherish, as he looks back on his career.
The Bushies beat Sth. Australia by 7 wickets, in the […]

Matador One-Day Cup

Sensational Starc

Mitchell Starc finished the Matador Cup series with 26 wickets @ 8.11 - a big part of NSW winning the Cup.
Steve Smith was the leading run scorer, with 351 runs at 117.00

Tests

Aussies take #1 Test ranking

Australia sealed a Test win, a series win and the #1 Test team ranking.
3/201. Usman Khawaja 45, Joe Burns 65, Steve Smith 53*. A 7 wicket win.
Joe Burns scored 170 & 65, Steve Smith 138 & 53* and Adam Voges 60 & 10*. Jackson Bird took 2/56 & 5/59 and James Pattinson, 2/81 & 4/77.
 
 

One Day Internationals

Marsh, Hastings win it for Aussies

Dave Warner (98 from 79 balls) and Usman Khawaja (50) gave Australia a great start, with 122 runs in just 16.2 overs, chasing New Zealand’s 9/281 in the second ODI.
Aussies won by 4 wickets. Mitch Marsh 69 n.o. John Hastings 48 n.o. Mitchell Santner 3/47.