Australia

Hussey To Lead Prime Minister's XI

Mike Hussey will come out of retirement to lead the Prime Minister's XI when they take on England in a one-day game at Canberra's Manuka Oval on 14th January.
20 November 2014

Aaron Finch Sets Up Australia Victory

Aaron Finch struck 109 and Steve Smith an unbeaten 73 to plot Australia's course towards a 73-run win over South Africa in the third One-Day International in Canberra.
19 November 2014

Clean Sweep For Australia Women

Australia Women completed a fourth series clean sweep of their summer, winning the fourth and final One-Day International against the West Indies by 148 runs in Bowral.
18 November 2014

Johnson Rested For Remaining ODIs

Mitchell Johnson has been rested for the final three One-Day Internationals against South Africa and replaced in Australia's squad by Patrick Cummins with Mitchell Starc also returning.
17 November 2014

South Africa Level By Winning Low-Scorer

South Africa levelled their five-match One-Day International series against Australia after a three-wicket win in a low-scoring second match in Perth where the bowlers excelled.
16 November 2014

Australia Mourns Death Of Record-Breaker Ian Craig

Ian Craig, who broke records for becoming the youngest man to play for New South Wales, Australia as well as being the youngest man to captain Australia, has died aged 79.
16 November 2014

Lanning Century Sets Up Series Win

Meg Lanning scored an unbeaten century to help set up an eight-wicket win for Australia Women over the West Indies Women in Bowral which puts the home side into an unassailable 3-0 series lead.
16 November 2014

Michael Clarke To Sit Out ODI Series

Australia captain Michael Clarke will miss the remainder of the One-Day International series against South Africa after injuring his hamstring in yesterday's opening match in Perth.
15 November 2014

India & 'The Down Under Slaughterhouse'

When Cinderella Man James Braddock, was taking a shot at heavyweight championship, against the intimidating Max Baer, many thought, he wouldn’t even survive to tell the tale, writes Krish Sripada as he previews India in Australia.
14 November 2014

Australia Win Opener Despite Clarke Injury

Australia captain Michael Clarke suffered a hamstring injury although his side were still able to go on and beat South Africa by 32 runs in the first One-Day International in Perth.
14 November 2014

Brad Haddin Ruled Out Of ODI Series

Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin has been ruled out of the remainder of the One-Day International series against South Africa due to the shoulder injury he picked up in the United Arab Emirates.
14 November 2014

Perry Inspires Australia To Victory

Ellyse Perry scored a half-century and took three wickets to help Australia Women beat the West Indies Women by 53 runs in the second One-Day International in Sydney.
13 November 2014

ICC To Air Umpire Communications

The International Cricket Council will trial putting umpire communications to air during the One-Day International series between Australia and South Africa that begins on Friday.
12 November 2014

2015 Women's Ashes Schedule Revealed

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have confirmed the schedule for next year's Women's Ashes series between England and Australia in a multi-format series.
11 November 2014

Taylor Effort In Vain For West Indies

Stafanie Taylor scored 95 and took two for 45 but ended up on the losing side as Australia Women won the first One-Day International against the West Indies Women by three wickets in Sydney.
11 November 2014

White Helps Australia Win Decider

Cameron White hit an unbeaten 41 in 31 balls as Australia beat South Africa by two wickets in the decisive third Twenty20 International in Sydney to claim a 2-1 series win.
9 November 2014

Ellyse Perry Sets Up Series Clean Sweep

Ellyse Perry returned figures of three for nine to help set Australia Women on the way to an eight-wicket win over the West Indies Women and a 4-0 Twenty20 International series clean sweep.
9 November 2014

Australia Race To Series-Levelling Win

Australia levelled their Twenty20 International series with South Africa by racing to a seven-wicket victory in the second match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
7 November 2014

Australia Seal Series With Four-Wicket Win

Australia Women were pushed harder than they were in the first two games before claiming a Twenty20 International series win over the West Indies Women with a four-wicket victory in Melbourne.
7 November 2014

New Heights for Trans-Tasman Cricket Rivalry On Auckland Harbour Bridge

Former Australia and New Zealand internationals marked 100 days to go until the 2015 World Cup by playing an early-morning game of cricket atop Auckland's iconic Harbour Bridge.
6 November 2014

 
 
 
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