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Feature articles

Wasim Akram - a fan’s opinion

- by Hashim Malik. For about 100 years, Alan Davidson – the lionhearted Aussie, was considered the best left-arm fast ...

Butted and Gutted

By Gondal Pakistan yet again snatched defeat from jaws of victory. For us, there always are too many slips betwixt the ...

Well played, Matthew

Matthew Hayden has retired from all representative cricket, effective immediately. He was given a public farewell during the innings break ...

Aussie state squads announced

Donny looks at the 2008/9 State squads. Retirements feature promininently in the announcement of the upcoming season's squads. WA alone has ...

Twenty20 Big Bash League

Scorchers win thrilling final

The Perth Scorchers beat the Sydney Sixers from the last ball to win back-to-back titles. Shaun Marsh scored 77 and Brett Lee took 3/26 in his last match.

Sheffield Shield

Sheffield Shield ladder.

After 8 rounds.
State Bonus Pts. Points

1. WA 14.21 - 41.21
2. VIC 14.49 - 39.49
3. NSW 12.01 - 37.01
4. QLD 11.61 - 30.61
5. TAS 11.74 - 25.74
6. SA 10.61 - 24.61

Matador One-Day Cup

WA wins final

The Warriors defeated the Blues.
Jason Behrendorf was the Player of the Match, taking 5/27.

Tests

Smith’s clean sweep

India, set 346 to win on day 5 of the 4th. Test, struggled against some tight bowling from Australia - notably by Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazelwood. 7/252. A draw. Starc 2/36, Hazelwood 2/31.
Steve Smith was named Man of the Match, Player of the Series and scored a record number of runs - 769 @ 128.16

One Day Internationals

Caps win thriller despite Starc’s 6/28.

Mitchell Starc bowled his heart out to take 6/28 for Australia but NZ got home by 1 wicket in a heart stopper in Aukland.
Earlier, Trent Boult skittled the Aussies, with 5/27 to limit them to just 152. Brad Haddin scored 43 and Dave Warner, 34.