Helmets have made batsmen feel too safe, says Geoff Boycott
Helmets have made batsmen feel too safe, says Geoff Boycott

 Helmets have given a false sense of security to batsmen, who no longer have the necessary technique to deal with fast bowling, according to former England opener Geoff Boycott.

Proteas tell Warner to stop talking and focus on getting technique right

Australian opener David Warner should try to improve his technique and worry about in his own game instead of thinking about Proteas players, according to current and former South Africa players.

The Ashes: Rogers fined for late entry in official Ashes celebrations

Australian opener Chris Rogers has reportedly been hit with a fine after he arrived late to Australia`s public Ashes celebration earlier this week due to heavy partying.

Warner close to sealing Ashes berth following another ton

Australian batsman David Warner has almost sealed his berth for the winter Ashes series after he scored a commanding century in a Sheffield Shield match at the MCG, just two weeks ahead of the first Ashes Test at Brisbane.

David Warner to rediscover his `natural game`

Australian batsman David Warner has said that he would be relying on his natural game from now on to fulfill his ambition of being regarded as one of cricket`s genuine `match-winners`, following his axing from Australia`s one-day team for their India tour.

Oz press says lack of cricket likely to increase Warner`s woes

The Australian press has claimed that disappointments for batsman David Warner are likely to continue, after he recently went to Las Vegas on a holiday, following a leave granted by Cricket New South Wales with not much cricket to be played.

‘Short format wonder’ Warner confident of countering South African Test pace attack

Australian opener David Warner is confident of facing the South African pace attack that he rates as the world’s best, after playing just one first-class match in six months.