Chris Rogers returns to training

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers batted on Sunday for the first time since walking off the field during the second innings of the Lord's Test after experiencing dizziness.
27 July 2015

Third Women's Ashes ODI postponed

England and Australia will head back to Worcester tomorrow (27th July) to try to play the third Women's Ashes One-Day International after rain prevented any play at New Road today.
26 July 2015

Mitchell Marsh, Tony Palladino shine as match ends in draw

A counter-attacking half-century from Tony Palladino and a four-wicket haul from Mitchell Marsh were the highlights of the final day's play as the tour game between Australia and Derbyshire culminated in a tame draw in Derby.
25 July 2015

Rain halts Australia's progress against Derbyshire

Australia managed to pick up a couple of wickets against Derbyshire for the cost of 81 runs before heavy rain lashed down at the County Ground, ruling out any further play on day two of their tour game.
24 July 2015

Shaun Marsh not worried about Michael Clarke's form

Australian batsman Shaun Marsh brushed aside concerns about Michael Clarke's form by saying that it will not be long before the Australian captain comes up with a big score.
24 July 2015

David Warner, Shaun Marsh lead Australian run-fest against Derbyshire

Opening batsmen Shaun Marsh and David Warner notched up centuries as Australia dominated the opening day of the tour game against Derbyshire in Derby.
23 July 2015

Lanning hits century as Australia level Women's Ashes

Captain Meg Lanning hit a century to set up a 63-run win for Australia Women over England Women in the second One-Day International in Bristol which levelled the multi-format Women's Ashes series.
23 July 2015

Rewind To...England recapture the Ashes in 1933

To celebrate Associated Press and British Movietone sharing 1 million minutes of digitized footage on YouTube today, we take you back to 1933 and England beating Australia in Brisbane.
22 July 2015

England strike first Women's Ashes blow with four-wicket win

England Women landed the first blow in the 2015 Women's Ashes with a four-wicket win over Australia Women in the first One-Day International in Taunton.
21 July 2015

Darren Lehmann heaps praise on Australian bowling attack

Australian coach Darren Lehmann expressed pride in his team's bowling attack after their 405-run thrashing of England in the second Ashes test at Lord's on Sunday.
21 July 2015

Chris Rogers improving after dizzy spell

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers, who retired hurt after experiencing a dizzy spell in the second innings of the second Ashes Test at Lord's, is improving, according to team doctor Peter Brukner.
21 July 2015

Lord's Test was a nightmare for us - Kevin Pietersen

Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen says that the second Ashes Test, which ended in an ignominious 405-run defeat, was nothing short of "a nightmare" for England.
21 July 2015

Steven Smith reclaims number one ranking in Tests

Australian batsman, Steven Smith, has reclaimed the pole position in the International Cricket Council Player rankings for Test batsmen, after an incredible display in the second Ashes game at Lord’s.
20 July 2015

I cannot ask for a better performance - Michael Clarke

Australian captain, Michael Clarke, stated that he cannot ask for a better show from the players, after his team’s incredible 405-run victory against England, in the second Ashes Test at Lord's.
20 July 2015

England aim to surpass Australia in ICC Women's Championship

England women's team have a chance to dislodge Australia from the pole-position in the International Cricket Council Women’s Championship, if they manage to secure a 3-0 victory in the One-Day International leg of the upcoming tournament.
20 July 2015

Fiery Australia dominate England at Lord's to level series

Mitchell Johnson revoked old form and memories as Australia demolished England bowling them out in 37 overs after setting them a massive target of 509 in the fourth innings, eventually winning the second Test at Lord’s by 405 runs to level the series 1-1.
19 July 2015

Josh Hazlewood wants Australia to build on the momentum

Australian pacer Josh Hazlewood hopes Australia can consolidate on the momentum gained in the first three days of the Lord's Test match to seal a series-leveling win in the final two days.
19 July 2015

Australia conjure a mountain after England fightback

Australian openers added an unbeaten century partnership after a middle order fight back from England, to extend their lead to 362 by stumps on Day three of the second Test at Lord’s.
18 July 2015

England collapse after Smith double-century

A magnificent double-century from Steven Smith backed by some good bowling performances allowed Australia to dominate England on day two of the second Test at Lord's.
17 July 2015

Still predicting an England Ashes win - Sir Ian Botham - Cricket World TV

Sir Ian Botham is sticking to his view that England will win the 2015 Ashes - even he expects it be very close - despite Australia's domination of the second Test at Lord's.
17 July 2015


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