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Smith named Australia's 45th Test captain
Sydney Morning Herald

Jostle begins to fill Test breach

THERES still time for Joe Burns, Chris Hartley and Matthew Wade to push their cases for selection in next July's Ashes series, but at least two state coaches feel Chris Rogers and Brad Haddin look hard to displace. Test wicketkeeper and vice-captain ..., 6 days ago
Smith named Australia's 45th Test captain Sydney Morning Herald, 6 days ago
Haddin snubbed, Smith Test captain Melbourne Age, 6 days ago

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Tasmania Mercury, 6 days ago
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Bleacher Report UK, 2 days ago
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My Zoo, 2 weeks ago, 1 day ago, 2 weeks ago

Is this the end for our Captain Courageous?

MICHAEL Clarke is determined to fight on to next year's Ashes series, but his dream of captaining Australia at a home World Cup looks highly unlikely. The once-in-a-generation opportunity that Cricket Australia had made as their No. 1 priority ...
 My Zoo6 days ago Pup should retire after Ashes: Hughes  Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central6 days ago Clarke wants to play in Ashes  Perth Now6 days ago Ben Horne Determined: Clarke wants to play in Ashes  Tasmania Mercury6 days ago
Sky Sports

Ashes schedule unveiled

Cardiff's SWALEC stadium will host the first Test of the 2015 Ashes series, when Australia travel to the northern hemisphere in search of a first win on English soil for 14 years. In a busy summer schedule next year, England will face the 'old ...
 Sky Sports1 week ago Windies two-Test series against Australia  Canberra Times6 days ago West Indies announce schedule for two-Test series against Australia in 2015  Good Fruit & Vegetables Magazine6 days ago Ready to bat at any position: Shane Watson  Jagran Post1 month ago

Beer relishing club clash with Stars teammate Kevin Pietersen

Four years after giving Kevin Pietersen an earful in a tour match before the 2010-11 Ashes series, Michael Beer will be all smiles when they again duel on Saturday in a Premier Cricket match to prepare both for the Big Bash League. "I'll probably ...
 WA Today1 week ago Beer relishes clash with Stars teammate Pietersen  Canberra Times1 week ago
Canberra Times

Nine's cricket revenue already close to surpassing that of entire 2013/14 Ashes series

Revenue secured by Channel Nine before the start of the opening test match between Australia and India nearly outstripped that generated throughout last year's entire Ashes series, the network has said. Group sales and marketing director Peter ...
 Mumbrella1 week ago Timing right for Smith to learn on the job  Canberra Times6 days ago Smith to lead Australia in Test series against India  ProKerala.com5 days ago Steven Smith to lead Australia in Test series against India  Chennai Online5 days ago

Cricket-Bouncers here to stay despite Hughes tragedy

By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY Fri Nov 28, 2014 2:02pm IST SYDNEY Nov 28 (Reuters) - On the opening day of the last Ashes series, Mitchell Johnson set the tone for five matches of Australian domination by sending a series of 150km per hour missiles whistling past ...
 Reuters3 weeks ago Bouncers here to stay despite Phil Hughes tragedy  Zee News3 weeks ago RIP Phil Hughes but bouncers here to stay  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Graeme Swann defends quitting Ashes tour midway

has hit back at Graham Gooch for criticizing his decision of quitting midway through England's 5-0 Ashes series. Swann quit, with England 3-0 down, in December 2013 after deciding a longstanding elbow injury meant it was no longer possible for him to spin the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Swann denies Gooch 'criminal' charge  Business Standard2 months ago Graeme Swann denies Graham Gooch's `criminal` charge  Zee News2 months ago Graeme Swann denies Graham Gooch's 'criminal' charge  IndiaTV News2 months ago
Capital Bay

Indonesia rebuilds: stunning series of images show how country has risen from the ashes of tsunami a decade on

The Boxing Day tsunami 2004 killed more than 230,000 people in 14 countries, mainly in Southeast Asia Indonesia suffered the worst, with more than 130,000 confirmed deaths and more than half a million displaced On the ten-year anniversary of the ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago
Jagran Post

Cook says Pietersen's book has 'tarnished' English cricket

“I’m very proud of that era we played in to win three Ashes series and become the best side in the world. I only have fond memories of that, but I do believe it’s kind of been tarnished and I’m sad about that,” Cook told ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Why Pietersen may never play in England again...  Rediff.com2 months ago Cook says Pietersen's book has 'tarnished' English cricket  Deccan Herald2 months ago Pietersen's book has tarnished English cricket, says Cook  Rediff.com2 months ago
Melbourne Age

Haddin must lead for rest of series: MacGill

Brad Haddin is the ideal man to lead Australia through the remainder of the Border-Gavaskar series because of his broad experience, says former Test and NSW spinner Stuart MacGill, who could not contain his excitement about Nathan Lyon's coming of ...
 Melbourne Age6 days ago Brad Haddin my pick to captain for rest of series, says Stuart MacGill  WA Today6 days ago Brad Haddin my pick to be captain: MacGill  Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago Brad Haddin my pick to captain: MacGill  Canberra Times6 days ago
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