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Australian cricketer Chris Rogers retires from first-class cricket

Australian cricketer Chris Rogers retires from first-class cricket

Rogers exits with 25,470 first-class runs in 313 matches at an average of 49.55, including 76 hundreds and 122 fifties.

Sexism row in BBL: Chris Gayle hits back heavily at criticisers, says it was just for ‘little fun’

Sexism row in BBL: Chris Gayle hits back heavily at criticisers, says it was just for ‘little fun’

In an extract published in The Times, Gayle first tried to clarify his stance over the incident.

Safety in focus, one year after tragic Phillip Hughes tragedy

Safety in focus, one year after tragic Phillip Hughes tragedy

Hughes' death -- a freak accident -- stunned Australia and the world cricket community, sparking an outpouring of grief.

Facing Mitchell Johnson in nets was horrible, says Ricky Ponting

Facing Mitchell Johnson in nets was horrible, says Ricky Ponting

Ponting said that Johnson used to be extremely competitive as his only aim was just to bowl at full pace.

As veterans retire, 'excited` Steve Smith confident about young Australian side

As veterans retire, 'excited` Steve Smith confident about young Australian side

Intimidating speedster Mitchell Johnson is the latest Aussie cricketer to hang his boots.

Mitchell Johnson admits he mulled retirement post Ashes defeat

Mitchell Johnson admits he mulled retirement post Ashes defeat

Mitchell Johnson admitted he considered calling it quits after four teammates retired after Ashes series.

Trent Boult says Test series against Aussies will be ' highlight of his career'

Trent Boult says Test series against Aussies will be ' highlight of his career'

New Zealand are all set to play a three-match Test series against Australia.

Keen on starting something special this summer: Mitchell Marsh

Keen on starting something special this summer: Mitchell Marsh

Mitchell Marsh says Australia team is keen to forge its own legend now that a quorum of established greats have taken the final walk from the playing field into history.
 

Shaun Marsh deserves place in Test team: Mike Hussey

Shaun Marsh deserves place in Test team: Mike Hussey

 Former Australia Test batsman Mike Hussey believes left-hander Shaun Marsh deserves to be handed a recall for the first Test against New Zealand.

People should be patient with new-look Australian side: Chris Rogers

People should be patient with new-look Australian side: Chris Rogers

Chris Rogers urged the Australian supporters to back next generation of Test players.

Steve Smith will succeed as captain: Michael Clarke

Steve Smith will succeed as captain: Michael Clarke

 Former Australia captain Michael Clarke believes that incumbent Steve Smith's batting won't be affected by his elevation to the top job, and insisted that the newly appointed Test skipper has been handed the reins at the best possible time.

Bangladesh relish chance against new-look Aussies

Bangladesh relish chance against new-look Aussies

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim said his side faces its best chance yet of defeating Australia with the visitors fielding a relatively inexperienced side for the Test series next month.

Australia to unviel brand new opening pair in Bangladesh, and host of other changes

Australia to unviel brand new opening pair in Bangladesh, and host of other changes

Reeling under a spat of retirements, Australia are ready to give their Test cricket team a facelift. And the focus, surely, is in the batting department.

Australia opener David Warner ruled out of Bangladesh tests

Australia opener David Warner ruled out of Bangladesh tests

Australia will be forced to blood an entirely new opening partnership in Bangladesh next month after David Warner was ruled out of the two-test series with a broken finger on Friday.