International cricket

    Aussies v. Proteas - Twenty20

    The first match (sceduled for last night) was washed out.
    Next: 2nd T20 at Durban on Wednesday. 18:00 local. 03:00 EDT
    3rd T20I: at Centurian on Friday. Same start time.
    Aussies’ squad: GJ Bailey*, DT Christian, NM Coulter-Nile, JP Faulkner, AJ Finch, BJ Haddin†, MC Henriques, BJ Hodge, GB Hogg, GJ Maxwell, JM Muirhead, […]

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Feature articles

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Well played, Matthew

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Aussie state squads announced

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Twenty20 Big Bash League

Scorchers win title

The Perth Scorchers defeated the Hobart Hurricanes in the final of the BBL.

Sheffield Shield

4 teams still alive

With just one round of matches to be played, only Victoria and Tasmania can’t make the final.
SA, WA, NSW 26
Q’land 22
Tas 16
Vic 10
Last round.
Queensland (must win outright) v. Victoria. MCG.
Tasmania (out of it) v. SA in Hobart. If SA wins outright, it will qualify.
NSW v. WA in Canberra. If either teams wins outright, it will […]

Ryobi One-Day Cup

Bulls looking good

After 6 matches.
Bulls 22
Blues 17
Bushrangers 15.5
Tigers 12
Warriors 5
Redbacks 4


Maestro Harris orchestrates stunning victory

Ryan Harris took the last 2 wickets in 3 balls to give Australia a Test and series win against the World’s #1 team, Sth. Africa.
Harris finished with 4/32 and his new ball partner, Mitch Johnson took 3/92. James Pattinson took 2/62. When Harris closed it out, there were just 27 balls left.
Australia won the series, […]

One Day Internationals

Faulkner trumps Morgan’s ton

Eoin Morgan scored 106 from 99 balls to set up England’s 8/300 in the second ODI against Australia, at the Gabba.
England looked to have the game in hand with Australia on 9/244 but James Faulkner stunned the tourists with 69 n.o. from just 47 balls to get his team home with 3 balls to spare.