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David Warner: Change in Twenty20 captain up to Steve Smith

DAVID Warner has Australia on the verge of becoming the world?s No.1 ranked Twenty20 team but says he hasn?t spoken to Steve Smith about taking over as the full-time captain.

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Ashton Agar pins Australia?s Twenty20 resurgence on picking BBL-heavy squad

AUSTRALIA started the Twenty20 tri-series sitting seventh on the ICC?s rankings.

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South Africa v Australia: Faf du Plessis racing to be fit for first Test

AB de Villiers (knee) and Quinton de Kock (finger) are expected to be fit for the first Test against Australia but South Africa captain Faf du Plessis is racing the clock to play.

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Queensland and Victoria share the points as MCG produces its fifth straight draw

THE Sheffield Shield match between defending champions Victoria and competition leaders Queensland has ended in a tame draw following yet another dour run-fest at the MCG.

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Nick Winter takes back-to-back five-wicket hauls to power South Australia to victory over NSW

LITTLE KNOWN quick Nick Winter has taken the Sheffield Shield by storm to breathe life into South Australia?s hopes of making a third successive final.

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Matt Renshaw serves national selectors notice with Sheffield Shield form

MATT Renshaw made a duck at the MCG on Monday but the sun is still peeping through the dark clouds which engulfed his Test career.

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New Zealand defend postage-stamp sized Eden Park as Aussies eye T20 tri-series final glory

ITS suitability as an international venue is an open question but New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has lauded Eden Park ahead of the Twenty20 tri-series final against Australia.

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Tri-Series Final Ultimate Guide: everything you need to know about the T20 decider

AUSTRALIA and New Zealand are bracing for another mountain of runs when the two teams

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Alex Blackwell retires from international and state cricket

SHE will go down as one of Australia?s best cricketers, but Alex Blackwell has made the tough call to step down from representative cricket when at the top of her game.

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After a miserable Big Bash season, the Melbourne Stars are set for another blow with Marcus Stoinis tempted by a lucrative rival deal

MARCUS Stoinis will bat at No.3 for Brisbane Heat next season if he accepts a lucrative contract offer from the Big Bash franchise who are making major waves as they bid to add reinforcements to their team for next year?s campaign.

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South Africa cop a T20 belting from India and lose star batsman AB de Villiers to injury

BHUVNESHWAR Kumar took career-best figures of 5-24 to help India ease to a 28-run victory over South Africa in the opening Twenty20 International of their three-game series at the Wanderers.

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England coach Trevor Bayliss calls for end to international Twenty20 cricket after Tri-Series exit

ENGLAND coach Trevor Bayliss has called for Twenty20 matches to be cut from the international calendar to ease the burden on top players and coaches.

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Aussie star Chris Lynn relishing another T20 shot at New Zealand at postcard-sized Eden Park

MASTER-BLASTER Chris Lynn has warned his best is yet to come as Australia prepare for another Eden Park run-fest in the Twenty20 tri-series final against New Zealand.

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England knocked out of T20 Tri-Series despite thrilling victory over New Zealand

AN AGGRESSIVE Colin Munro belted New Zealand into the Twenty20 tri-series final against Australia despite England claiming their final round-robin match by two runs in Hamilton on Sunday.

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Another $50,000 catch has been snaffled in New Zealand

FOR the third time this summer, a New Zealand cricket fan is $50,000 richer after taking a one-handed ?worldie? on Sunday.

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Sheffield Shield round seven: Rising talent Will Pucovski?s stunning century, Warriors cop beating

ONE of Australian cricket?s most exciting prospects has hit a stunning maiden first-class century, while two understrength sides have come in for some heavy treatment.

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Eden Park no barrier as unbeaten Aussies looking to finish T20 tournament off in style

PACEMAN Kane Richardson says the pressure will be on the batsmen, not the bowlers, when Australia return to batting paradise Eden Park for the Twenty20 tri-series final.

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England skipper Eoin Morgan says Ben Stokes won?t be returning

ENGLAND will resist the temptation to turn to Ben Stokes as they look to seal a spot in the final of the Trans-Tasman T20 Series by beating New Zealand in Hamilton on Sunday.

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Talking points from Australia?s record-breaking T20 win over New Zealand

AUSTRALIA made history by recording the highest ever successful international T20 run chase against New Zealand at Eden Park on Friday night.

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How D?Arcy Short?s rapid rise embodies Australia?s record-breaking Twenty20 evolution

AUSTRALIA has taken a leaf out of the books of its tri-series opponents and uncovered the formula to Twenty20 International success.

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South Australia?s Nick Winter bags consecutive five-wicket hauls to clamp New South Wales

NICK Winter continued an auspicious entry to first-class cricket with consecutive five-wicket hauls as South Australia reined in New South Wales at the SCG on Friday.

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Australia completes world record Twenty20 run chase to defeat New Zealand at Eden Park

AUSTRALIA has pulled off the highest run chase in Twenty20 cricket to claim a dramatic five-wicket victory over New Zealand in their tri-series clash in Auckland.

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Sheffield Shield Wrap: Test discard Matthew Renshaw has smashed a century for Queensland

AUSTRALIA?S Test squad had barely left the country, but former opener Matthew Renshaw made an immediate statement of intent with a century for Queensland on day one of their Sheffield Shield match against Victoria in Melbourne. Renshaw on Friday dominated a strong Bushrangers bowling attack, scoring 170 - his fifth first-class century.

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New Zealand student wins $50k after taking stunning crowd catch

A KIWI student has killed two birds with one stone while in attendance of the New Zealand, Australia Twenty20 in Auckland.

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New Zealand v Australia T20: Australia make short work of world record T20 run chase

AUSTRALIA have pulled off the highest run chase in Twenty20 cricket to claim a dramatic five-wicket victory over New Zealand in their tri-series clash in Auckland.

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The future of Australian women?s cricket, and where the game?s next superstar will come from

FORMER Australian cricketer Michelle Goszko believes the next Meg Lanning or Ellyse Perry could come through a system that means they will never have played against boys.

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Indian Premier League opener set to be robbed of star power after scheduling bungle overlaps with wedding

THE Indian Premier League will get underway without two of its most high-profile stars ? as one of cricket?s strongest bromances, and a lavish wedding, combine to rob the opening weekend of some serious hitting power.

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Steve Smith column: Why South Africa series is so special, how I toasted AB Medal win

I?VE had a week to reflect on winning a second Allan Border Medal, and it?s given me time to realise just how special an achievement it is.

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Sheffield Shield squads: Young legspinner Daniel Fallins earns NSW debut, WA squad battered by Aussie withdrawals

NSW could throw a Sheffield Shield debut to rising legspinner Daniel Fallins as squads across the country coped with the loss of their Australian stars.

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Controversial England all-rounder Ben Stokes won?t be rushed back into top team

ENGLAND coach Trevor Bayliss has welcomed the return of Ben Stokes but says the all-rounder is unlikely to play the first one-day international of the New Zealand series.

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South African pace star Kagiso Rabada is one misstep away from a two-Test suspension

SOUTH African pace bowler Kagiso Rabada has been fined over his demonstrative send-off of an Indian batsman in Tuesday?s one-day international loss in Port Elizabeth.

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ECB stick with tradition when choosing 2023 Ashes venues

THE England and Wales Cricket Board has awarded the 2023 Ashes Tests between England and Australia to the same five grounds as the 2019 edition.

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Predicting Australia?s 2020 World Twenty20 squad - and why Steve Smith shouldn?t be there

BY resting all but one member of the Test squad, Australia has seemingly stumbled upon the secret to Twenty20 success ? picking specialist players.

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Afghanistan and Zimbabwe are playing out a bizarre, spooky one-day series

THIS could be the spookiest cricket series since the 2005 Ashes when Shane Watson was startled by a ghost in Australia?s ?haunted? hotel.

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Marcus Stoinis has fond memories at Eden Park ? a ground where Australians have been pelted with spit, fish and toilet seats

TWELVE months ago, Marcus Stoinis got a warmer response from the Auckland crowd than most Australian visitors to Eden Park.

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Cricket Unfiltered: The big T20 question Steve Smith has to answer

AUSTRALIA has an awful record in International T20 Cricket but now a new look team under the leadership of David Warner could be the foundation of something big as we build towards the World Championship.

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Sydney Thunder and coach Paddy Upton part ways

SYDNEY Thunder have parted ways with title winning coach Paddy Upton after failing to make the finals for the past two seasons.

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India secure No.1 ODI status with historic series win over South Africa

INDIA won a one-day series in South Africa for the first time, clinching a piece of history with a 73-run victory in the fifth game on Tuesday to lead 4-1 overall with one match left.

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Shane Warne rejoins Rajasthan Royals a decade after leading them IPL glory

AUSTRALIAN spin legend Shane Warne has been reunited with the Rajasthan Royals, as the Indian Premier League club announced Tuesday he will mentor the side he once captained to victory.

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Ben Stokes to rejoin England after pleading not guilty to affray over nightclub incident in Bristol

BEN Stokes will join his England teammates in New Zealand later this week after the cricketer appeared at a magistrates court to indicate a plea of not guilty to a charge of affray.

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Ben Stokes pleads not guilty to affray, matter to be tried by jury at Bristol crown court

ENGLAND all-rounder Ben Stokes will join his England teammates in New Zealand later this week after the cricketer appeared at a magistrates court to indicate a plea of not guilty to a charge of affray.

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New Zealand beat England by 12 runs to close in on tri-series final against Australia

ENGLAND?S hopes of qualifying for the tri-series final have nosedived following a 12-run loss to New Zealand in Wellington.

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New Zealand condemn England to another tri-series defeat with 12-run loss in Wellington

ENGLAND?S hopes of qualifying for the tri-series final have nosedived following a 12-run loss to New Zealand in Wellington.

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Chadd Sayers replaces Jackson Bird in Australia Test squad for tour of South Africa

CHADD Sayers has been added to Australia?s 15-man squad for the Test tour of South Africa, replacing the injured Jackson Bird.

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Hall of Fame inductee Ricky Ponting?s recurring dream of an Australian comeback

FOR the first 38 years of his life, Ricky Ponting was just a boy with a bat and a dream.

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Allan Border Medal winner Steve Smith reveals the brutal toll this summer?s gruelling Ashes campaign took on him

STEVE Smith entered 2018 as an Ashes-winning captain, with the statistical support which cemented his place as the best batsman since Sir Donald Bradman following an incredible summer of prodigious runscoring.

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Allan Border Medal: George Bailey wins the night; Slater?s awkward moment; Zampa best dressed?

GEORGE Bailey won the Domestic Player of the Year award at Monday night?s Allan Border Medal but just as importantly, he won over the crowd with a pitch perfect acceptance speech.

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Steve Smith eager to get back to work after claiming second AB Medal

STEVE Smith will be back in the nets on Tuesday night preparing for the South African challenge after conceding he was tired during a woeful one-day campaign.

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Steve Smith has capped an extraordinary 12 months by winning his second Allan Border Medal

STEVE Smith has capped off a golden 12 months by winning his second Allan Border Medal at Crown Palladium on Monday night.

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Ellyse Perry tops of fantastic year, winning her second Belinda Clark Award

ELLYSE Perry?s hamstring injury was the setback that turned into the launch pad for her stellar year.

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Allan Border Medal 2018: Jhye Richardson crowned Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year

AUSTRALIA?s Test bolter for the tour of South Africa is also the latest Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year award winner.

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Australian captain Steve Smith?s remarkable season broken down by the numbers

IN a surprise to no one, Steve Smith has won the 2018 Allan Border Medal.

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Why former Australian cricketer Dirk Nannes is calling the moguls at the Winter Olympics

SKIING and cricket have nothing in common. But for former Australian cricketer Dirk Nannes, it?s his main passion.

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Allan Border Medal: the best of the blue carpet from the 2018 award night

CRICKET?S stars and their partners have strutted the blue carpet ahead of the 2018 Allan Border Medal.

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Peter Handscomb finds form as Victoria finally get off the mark in Sheffield Shield against South Australia

TEST squad member Peter Handscomb found form in his final innings before heading to South Africa, with his unbeaten century lifting Victoria to a crucial six-wicket win against South Australia at Adelaide Oval on Sunday.

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Australia?s plan to revive the out-of-form David Warner ahead of key South Africa tour

DAVID Warner is on a rare run of outs, sounding alarm bells ahead of next month?s crucial Test tour of South Africa: but Australia has a plan to get the explosive opening batsman back on song.

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Ricky Ponting is still one of the most valuable people in Australian cricket

HE hasn?t played a Test match or a one-day international since 2012, but Australian cricket desperately needs Ricky Ponting.

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Good, bad and ugly from round six of the Sheffield Shield

AFTER a BBL-enforced hiatus, the Sheffield Shield returned last week and eight of Australia?s 14-man Test squad were in action.

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T20 stand-in captain David Warner to return to Sydney to recharge batteries

UNDERPERFORMING Australia T20 stand-in captain David Warner will be given a break to freshen up mentally before the next triangular series match in New Zealand.

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Allan Border Medal and Belinda Clark Award ultimate guide

STEVE Smith is an unbackable favourite to win his second Allan Border Medal on Monday night after dominating Australia?s two biggest series of the year, while Ellyse Perry is a firm front runner for the Belinda Clark Award.

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Sheffield Shield: Queensland beat Tasmania to go top of the table

DESPITE a rare three-wicket haul from wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, Tasmania has slumped to defeat against Queensland in the Sheffield Shield at the Gabba.

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Matthew Wade?s summer takes a bizarre but brilliant new turn

MATTHEW Wade?s summer just got weirder.

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Western Australia back in Sheffield Shield hunt after win over New South Wales

WESTERN Australia have survived a scare to chase down 169 to beat NSW by four wickets late on day three of the Sheffield Shield clash at the WACA Ground.

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South Africa bounce back against India at Wanderers to keep one-day international series alive

South Africa stayed alive in the one-day international series against India with an enthralling five-wicket win in the fourth game on Saturday.

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Ricky Ponting backs format specialist coaches in Twenty20 cricket

RICKY Ponting has pointed to Australia?s fluctuating form this summer as further proof that different coaches are needed for the three formats.

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Explosive Australia crushes England to qualify for Twenty20 tri-series final

DAVID Warner?s white-ball woes continued but it wasn?t enough to stop Australia from booking their spot in the Twenty20 tri-series final with a seven-wicket victory over England at the MCG.

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Ricky Ponting, Karen Rolton, Norm O?Neill the latest additions to Australian cricket hall of fame

ALL-TIME great Ricky Ponting, trailblazer Karen Rolton and dynamic batsman Norm O?Neill are the latest additions to the Australian cricket hall of fame.

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Cricket man mountain Rahkeem Cornwall blasts two hundreds in West Indies domestic event

THE biggest man in world cricket is back ? and he?s larger than ever, in deed and actual size.

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Cameron White rescues Victoria with century against South Australia

A DEFIANT century by veteran Cameron White has lifted struggling Shield champions Victoria back into the contest in its must-win match against South Australia at Adelaide Oval.

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Sheffield Shield injury puts Jackson Bird?s South African tour in extreme doubt

JACKSON Bird?s place on Australia?s upcoming tour of South Africa is in extreme doubt after injuring his hamstring in Tasmania?s Sheffield Shield clash with Queensland.

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Live coverage of round six of the Sheffield Shield season

SHEFFIELD SHIELD, DAY TWO: IN encouraging signs for Australia before its tour of South Africa, Mitchell Marsh has run riot with the ball for Western Australia against New South Wales.

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Ricky Ponting outlines what it will take for Cricket Australia to keep him on as Twenty20 coach

RICKY Ponting?s introduction into the Australian coaching set-up has coincided with the country winning three consecutive Twenty20s for the first time since 2014.

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Modern-day legends come together to play in ?Ice Cricket Challange? on top of a frozen lake

IT?S just not cricket.

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An ICC investigation finds no evidence of corruption into allegations of match-fixing

THE International Cricket Council has found no evidence of any games being ?corrupted? following its investigation into allegations of match-fixing made by The Sun newspaper in December.

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How George Bailey broke World Cup Trophy in half

AN orange vest and a screw from the trophy ? the two mementos George Bailey took from Australia?s glorious 2015 World Cup campaign.

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Nic Maddinson at career crossroads 12 months after playing Test cricket for Australia

FURTHER uncertainty surrounds Nic Maddinson?s future at Cricket NSW after he was left out of the Blues? Sheffield Shield side to take on Western Australia in Perth.

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Brett Geeves: Matthew Wade?s $6000 fine a woefully hidden cash grab from Cricket Australia

AS the player payment pool has increased over the years, Cricket Australia have had to adapt their funding models to ensure the premium cuts continue to be enjoyed by those executives, friends of executives and associates of executives, who are accepted into the secret society of cricketing freebies gorged on by those who know the secret handshake to entitlement.

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Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell praises mentor Ricky Ponting after matchwinning T20 knock

A WEEK ago, Ricky Ponting declared he was the man to unlock Australian cricket?s brilliant but most unfulfilled talent ? Glenn Maxwell.

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Aussies reveal concern as captain David Warner?s lean short-form trot with bat continues

DAVID Warner?s captaincy is excellent but he?s finding it impossible to maintain prolific runscoring given his workload, says Australia selector Mark Waugh.

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Hobart Hurricanes star Matthew Wade has been charged and fined over his BBL final dummy-spit

CRICKET Australia has compounded the pain on Hobart Hurricanes batsman Matthew Wade, hitting the axed Test star with a steep fine for his dummy spit in Sunday?s BBL final.

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Cricket has responded with a fierce backlash to Jason Roy?s contentious claimed catch

DEBATE continues to rage over Jason Roy?s controversial claimed catch, with one former Test bowler claiming you could ask 200 former Test players and each would say it was a fair catch ? and that Glenn Maxwell should?ve been sent packing.

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India?s Virat Kohli cements reputation as the world?s premier ODI cricketer with extraordinary century

INDIA captain Virat Kohli has continued his excellent recent form by smashing a sparkling unbeaten century to lead his side to a comprehensive 124-run victory over South Africa in the third one-day international at Newlands.

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Glenn Maxwell century powers Australia to victory

A CONTENTIOUS not-out ruling has helped Australia to victory in Wednesday?s Twenty20 against England in Hobart.

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Valley keeper-batsman Lachlan Pfeffer earns Bulls call-up after a prolific summer

A BATSMAN who was temporarily stranded in no-man?s land by cricket?s bitter pay dispute is set to strike pay dirt at the Gabba on Thursday.

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Sheffield Shield squads: Usman Khawaja v Jackson Bird in Brisbane

EIGHT of Australia?s Test squad will begin preparations for the tour of South Africa in the Sheffield Shield when the competition resumes this Thursday.

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Peter Siddle?s impressive form throughout the Big Bash puts him firmly in Test frame again, says Allan Border

PETER Siddle is forcing selectors to sit up and take notice, with a Test recall no longer a fanciful dream according to champion former Australian captain Allan Border.

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Allan Border joins critics of Hobart?s left-right tactics in BBL Final ? The Splash podcast

MARK Waugh thinks it?s gone too far.

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Quinton de Kock racing to be fit in time for Australia Test series

South Africa have been dealt another injury blow as the Test series with Australia looms, with Quinton de Kock ruled out for up to four weeks due to a bruised wrist.

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Australian wicketkeeper Tim Paine to be rested from next round of Sheffield Shield

WICKETKEEPER Tim Paine admits he?s on the fence over a Cricket Australia directive to rest before the coming four-Test tour of South Africa.

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Aussies hope David Warner rediscovers golden touch in the two formats that suit him best

LET?S not sugar coat it. David Warner is struggling for runs.

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Woman gives unbelievable spray to unsuspecting Sydney cricketers

A LOCAL Sydney grade cricket video of a woman launching a vicious spray at players on and off the field has become the most talked about clip in the cricket world.

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England preparing to take on unique threat posed by Billy Stanlake

ENGLAND are hurriedly trying to come up with a plan to cut towering Australian paceman Billy Stanlake down to size in their T20 international in Hobart on Wednesday.

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Pressure on for NSW to make Sheffield Shield final as fringe internationals fail to progress

NSW might have six players propping up the Test team, but it?s the half dozen who have dropped out of the reckoning that has set off alarm bells inside Australian cricket.

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CA may elect to forfeit crowd numbers and TV ratings in battle with football codes

CRICKET may elect to accept a drop-off in crowds and television ratings to try and reclaim ?fickle February?? off marauding football codes.

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Hobart Hurricanes captain George Bailey explains Matthew Wade?s bizarre demotion in BBL Final

MATTHEW Wade was man of the match in the Hobart Hurricanes? surprise semi-final win over the Perth Scorchers.

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How Peter Siddle quietly dominated this summer?s Big Bash League

JAKE Weatherald may have stolen the headlines with his history-making century, but make no mistake, Peter Siddle was at the heart of the Adelaide Strikers? maiden Big Bash League title.

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NSW quick and former Test bowler Doug Bollinger announces his retirement

NEW South Wales veteran and former Test bowler Doug Bollinger has announced his retirement from all forms of the game, bringing a 15-year first-class career to an end.

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?Absolutely ridiculous?: Farcical scenes in Centurion as lunch is called with India just two runs away from victory

A CRUSHING victory for India over South Africa has been mired by a farcical decision from the on field umpires.

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D?Arcy Short wants to develop into a Test player and not a short form specialist

BBL sensation D?Arcy Short wants to follow in David Warner?s footsteps and morph from a short-form weapon to a Test cricketer.

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Big Bash Final: Matthew Wade pushed down the order, dismissed for diamond duck

HE WAS dropped down the order, introduced when the game was virtually over and then dismissed for a diamond duck ? and he wasn?t happy about it.

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