Australian pacer Sean Abbott was conferred the 2015 Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year award at the Allan Border Medal presentation ceremony by Cricket Australia here Tuesday.
South African fast bowler Dale Steyn, who has been rested for the last two ODIs against the West Indies, tried to wrestle a much tougher opponent than the explosive bastmen he's used to bowling to.
All-rounder Shane Watson said Tuesday he was unsure if he would be fit for Australia's one-day international final against England or India
It would require something exceptional from the men in blue to overcome the heavily stacked odds. So where is the proverbial silver lining? Is the cheerful and bright optimist in us dying a slow and painful death at the hands of the pragmatic realist?
India captain MS Dhoni said Ishant Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja are fit and available for selection for the ODI tri-series clash against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney on Monday.
Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni finally broke his stoic silence over the IPL spot-fixing scandal on Sunday, saying that he does not expect the speculation around his name to stop anytime soon despite nothing concrete coming up against him.
Insipid India bowlers need to get their act together quickly
A record batting blitz by Luke Ronchi and Grant Elliott set New Zealand up for an overwhelming 108-run win over Sri Lanka in their fifth one-day international in Dunedin on Friday.
The world’s richest cricket body – Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) – will now come under greater scrutiny as the Supreme Court on Thursday declared it a public body which discharges public functions.
Adversity reveals a man's character. And a nation's character is teased out on battlefields: the bloodied plains, valleys and trenches where actual war is fought and the sports grounds where national teams slug it out.
Steven Smith maintained his purple patch to hit a brilliant unbeaten 102 to secure Australia's three-wicket victory against England in a high-scoring ODI tri-series match at Hobart on Friday.
N Srinivasan’s days as the Chennai Super Kings supremo looks all but over. The Supreme Court didn’t just issue a directive that office-bearers can’t have commercial interests in BCCI endeavours, it also struck down the controversial amendment in rules that allowed Srinivasan to buy an IPL team.
In its verdict delivered on Thursday, the Supreme Court chose not to bring down the hammer on N Srinivasan’s career in cricket administration. At the same time, it gave his detractors more ammunition to take him on.
England cricket captain targeted in blackmail attempt
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