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Allan Donald likely to join Australian cricket team as interim bowling coach: Report

Allan Donald likely to join Australian cricket team as interim bowling coach: Report

Donald took 330 Test and 272 one-day international wickets during an illustrious career for South Africa that spanned 10 years, from 1992 to 2002.

To woo spectators, Cricket Australia slashes ticket prices

To woo spectators, Cricket Australia slashes ticket prices

Entry-level tickets for all Tests and ODIs will not cost more than 30 dollars for adults, 10 dollars for children and 65 dollars for families. 

Michael Hussey: Mr Cricket gets perfect send-off as Sydney Thunder win Big Bash League

Michael Hussey: Mr Cricket gets perfect send-off as Sydney Thunder win Big Bash League

Hussey, playing his final match in Australia, hit a quickfire 18 in the winning cause.

Shane Watson breaks into tears after hearing Mitchell Johnson's retirement

Shane Watson breaks into tears after hearing Mitchell Johnson's retirement

Watson share a great bond with Johnson on-and-off the field as they played a lot of cricket together. 

Mitchell Johnson: The need for speed

Mitchell Starc’s belligerent burst at the Kiwi batsmen towards end of Day 3 at Perth was a thrilling sight. That phase of play will perhaps be etched forever in the minds of many. Starc, bowling with genuine pace and hostility, commanded the undivided attention of spectators at the stadium.

Australia's Travis Dean smacks historic twin tons on Sheffield Shield debut

Travis Dean became the first player to score two unbeaten centuries on debut in Sheffield Shield's 123-year history.

Batting great Ricky Ponting inducted into Sport Australia Hall of Fame

Batting great Ricky Ponting inducted into Sport Australia Hall of Fame

Former Australian cricket captain and prolific scorer Ricky Ponting has been inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.

Aussies embarrassed by Ashes `darkest day`

Aussies embarrassed by Ashes `darkest day`

Australia`s humiliating batting collapse against England which saw the team all out for 60 before lunch was acknowledged Friday as a "horror show" and "as bad as it gets".

Ashes 2015: Dropped Watson can return to Australian team, says Lehmann

Ashes 2015: Dropped Watson can return to Australian team, says Lehmann

Australia coach Darren Lehmann has said dropped all-rounder Shane Watson can make a comeback to the team, insisting "he's got plenty of cricket left in him".

Glenn Maxwell hoping to replicate 'inspirational' Steve Smith's heroics

Glenn Maxwell hoping to replicate 'inspirational' Steve Smith's heroics

Australia swashbuckling one-day cricketer Glenn Maxwell has described teammate Steve Smith as one of the best batters in the Test line-up, stating that he hopes to replicate the latter's performance to revive his Test career.

American fielding guru Mike Young back with Australian team

American fielding guru Mike Young back with Australian team

Having enjoyed two successful stints with Australian cricket, American fielding guru Mike Young, who has also had a stint with India in December last year, is set to join the Kangaroos once again ahead of the ODI tri-series against India and England.

Steve Smith’s time has finally arrived

Even though he already had five Test centuries to his name, the moment Steve Smith, batting on 99 at the Gabba, saw his shot go past the fielder towards the point boundary, he screamed and celebrated as if it was his debut Test ton.

International Hockey Federation allows defenders to use metal grills during penalty corner

International Hockey Federation allows defenders to use metal grills during penalty corner

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has decided to allow the defenders wear protective metal grills while trying to stop the powerful dragflicks during penalty corner conversion.

Indian cricketers wish Phil Hughes' speedy recovery

Indian cricketers wish Phil Hughes' speedy recovery

 The Indian cricket team has extended its best wishes to injured Australian cricketer Phil Hughes and his family and prayed for his speedy recovery.

Michael Clarke should quit one-dayers after Cricket World Cup: Alan Border

Michael Clarke should quit one-dayers after Cricket World Cup: Alan Border

Injured skipper Michael Clarke should quit playing One-Day Internationals (ODI) after the 2015 World Cup in order to finish his career as one of the true greats of Australian cricket, former captain Allan Border has said.

Australia`s youngest Test captain Ian Craig dies at 79

Australia`s youngest Test captain Ian Craig dies at 79

Ian Craig, Australia`s youngest Test cricket captain, has died aged 79, Cricket Australia said on Sunday.

Aussie pacer  Peter Siddle puts on weight to regain speed

Aussie pacer Peter Siddle puts on weight to regain speed

Set to make a return to the Australian cricket squad against Pakistan for the first Test in Dubai, pacer Peter Siddle said Monday that he has gained five kg which has helped him regain the speed coach Darren Lehmann demands from his fast bowlers.

Michael Clarke expects full-strength squad for Africa

Australian captain Michael Clarke today said he expects to have a full-strength squad, apart from David Warner, for the upcoming tri-series with South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Marsh to lead Australian selectors, Waugh added to panel

Former wicketkeeper Rod Marsh has been named as the new head of Australian cricket`s selectors, while top-order batsman Mark Waugh has been appointed to the panel for the first time.

The Ashes: Clarke, Lehmann thank fans for relentless support through tough times

After thrashing England 5-0 to reclaim the Ashes, Australian skipper Michael Clarke thanked all his fans for their support through the tough times faced by the team in the last one year.