Aussie legend Sthalekar joins cricket immortals
Dual Belinda Clark Medallist and four time World Cup winner Lisa Sthalekar has become the 27th Australian and only the fifth Australian woman to be inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame.
Is Twitter the new Aussie pub?
You certainly can't get scooners or COVID-19 from the communal bar nuts, but the social media platform's new research suggests many Aussies no longer care.
The Case for Four Day Test Matches
The Australian test cricket summer has followed the same path of so many before it in recent years.
Can David slay Goliath as Bangladesh face India?
In November 2000, the Indian cricket team travelled to Dhaka to play in Bangladesh's maiden test match. To say that the hosts exceeded expectations by making 400 in their maiden test innings would be an understatement.
World’s Best or Worst Club Cricketer?
Australia has retained the Ashes. One nation believes that the natural order of things has been maintained, whilst the other bemoans its own weather that cost it probable victory in the second test, and thus the chance to take the Old Urn from its bitter rivals.
Is Smith really a Titanic failure?
Readers will be aware that on 15 April 1912, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank killing over 1500 people, including the captain, whose name was Smith. The recent ball tampering incident was the iceberg that holed HMAS Cricket, and once again Captain Smith is standing at the rail as the water surges around him.
Celebrating Legends: Best Moments of the 2020 Australian Cricket Awards
Recap an incredible night for Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne and so many more in our incredible gallery.
WATCH! D'Arcy Short's 23 sensational sixes!
D'Arcy Short single-handedly smashed Queensland with an incredible record one-day innings of 257 for Western Australia, including 23 sixes, at Hurstville Oval. Check those sixes out now!
Ellyse Perry: This is our year...
Australian cricket icon Ellyse Perry says this is the year that Australian women will stamp their mark on the sport.