From a surfing couch potato to Margaret Court’s record breaking return; half-a-dozen athletes who came back from retirementOne of the most perverse ironies …
Peter Anderson has started work in Kabul as the fast-developing team prepare for their debut at next year's World Cup.
Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket and Australian traditional cricket could soon be working togetherDevelopments in Australia suggest that traditional cricket and Kerry Packer’s World Series …
The skipper is determined to leave no stone unturned in trying to repair the national side after the most depressing of winters
Alastair Cook, widely derided as a captain while England’s house came tumbling down around him in Australia, is working on his leadership skills with Andy Flower.
Alastair Cook admitted he had felt in limbo since returning from Australia and is now energised by the prospect of being able to begin forging the next generation of the England team
New regime to keep former coach Andy Flower in background ‘Andy won’t be making decisions behind our backs’Alastair Cook hopes to create a new partnership …
Australian batsman David Warner has admitted the he hopes England batsman Jonathan Trott overcomes stress-related issues and makes a successful return to international cricket.
Australia batsman David Warner hopes Jonathan Trott will return to cricket from his stress-related issues.
Australia batsman David Warner has pledged his support for England’s Jonathan Trott after he suffered a relapse of a stress-related illness.
Preview — Clash of philosophies between Australia-centric teams
RCB won the toss and elected to bowl first trusting their massive batting lineup to chase a score that the Mumbai Indians set.RCB did not get off to the best start dropping two catches in the first two overs of the match. But they were spared the blushes when Albie Morkel cramped Michael Hussey for room and the Australian popped up an easy catch to Yuzvendra Chahal.
David Warner has wished Jonathan Trott all the best in his recovery from a stress-related illness and declared his hope that he can face him again in next year’s Ashes series in England.
The outspoken Australia batsman, whose ‘scared eyes’ description caused offence during the Ashes, wishes his old England adversary well in his recovery from stressDavid Warner …
Australian-born all-rounder Jim Allenby is good enough to be picked for England, says Glamorgan team-mate Michael Hogan.
Paul Downton reveals Kevin Pietersen was sacked after becoming “completely disconnected” from the England team in Australia
Royal Challengers Bangalore overcame nerves to keep the mighty Mumbai Indians at bay and build on their IPL 7 momentum at Dubai.Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bowl first trusting their massive batting lineup to chase a score that the Mumbai Indians set.RCB did not get off to the best start dropping two catches in the first two overs of the match. But they were spared the blushes when Albie Morkel cramped Michael Hussey for room and the Australian popped up an easy catch to Yuzvendra Chahal. At the end of the fielding restrictions MI had notched up 49 runs for the loss of 1 wicket.Youngster Yuzvendra Chahal was then introduced into the attack by Virat Kohli and it proved to be a masterstroke as the leggie dismissed the elegant Rohit Sharma and the dangerous Kieron Pollard.
Paul Downton, the managing director of England cricket, said he had “never seen anyone so disengaged from what was going on” as Kevin Pietersen during the Sydney Test against Australia, which ended up being his final international match