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Australia’s Stoinis to test side strain

Marcus Stoinis will be put through his paces to begin to determine whether he will take any further part in Australia's World Cup campaign.

Warner’s Ferrari still in garage: Waugh

Steve Waugh has declared Australia have enough ammunition to win the World Cup with the fact David Warner is yet to "take the Ferrari for a spin" the most menacing sign for rivals.

Districts continue on winning way

SOUTHERN Districts’ rise and rise as a district cricket power continued yesterday when it beat bottom side Nightcliff by eight wickets.

Cricket World Cup 2019: Australia Victories Are More Important Than Personal Milestones For Captain...

Personal milestones matter little to Aaron Finch, but even the Australian skipper couldn’t hide the fact that  ’s win over Sri Lanka was extra special.

Can Pakistan end Indian hoodoo?

It’s the cricket match that stops two nations.

Anderson wants Warner, Smith abuse to stop

James Anderson has urged England cricket fans to stop jeering David Warner and Steve Smith and fears the boos may inspire the pair during the Ashes.

Tensions put aside as India, Pakistan ready for ‘marquee’ clash

Opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq adopted a cautious tone when asked by the Sunday Age and Sun Herald to describe what it meant to play against India but it was clear to decipher his true feelings.

CWC-2019, Australia Vs Sri Lanka & Afghanistan Vs South Africa today

Two matches of ICC Cricket World Cup will be played today( Saturday).

Aussies hit road for beyond 24hrs in Cup

By the time the World Cup is out, Australia will have spent more than 24 hours on a bus travelling up to 2200km between the cities of England.

Key quick grounded as Dre Russ limps off against England

The West Indies all-rounder could only bowl two overs in the World Cup game against England on Friday and had to leave the field before the home team chased down a victory target of 213 with almost 17 overs to spare.


Triple blow hits Meggies as warm-up ends in loss

CRICKET CLEETHORPES were beaten by seven wickets as they opened the 2019 season with a warm-up game against Beverley at Chichester Road.