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Australia's captain Cameron Smith celebrates with team-mates after their World Cup final win over New Zealand I'm not pretending there hasn't been a lull in terms of success, but the death of Australian sport? I believe that has been greatly exaggerated.
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Mitchell Johnson says he is relishing his intimidatory bowling, which has rattled England, earned him two Man of the Match performances and brought Australia to the brink of winning back the Ashes.
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It's hard to change a winning Test team, but Phil Hughes is hoping to make noise at the selection table following another Sheffield Shield century.
HOT Matthew Burton did his best impersonation of Mitchell Johnson as he led Saints to a stunning first-innings win over Wests on A Saturday.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE wicketkeeper Cameron Herring is among 11 professional cricketers selected as the first intake for the new Tom Maynard Academy.
Kevin Pietersen of England leaves the field after being dismissed during day four of the Second Ashes Test Match.
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IT IS not quite in the Shane Warne-Daryll Cullinan category, but England's Kevin Pietersen has become Peter Siddle's bunny.
The shock waves travelling through cricket after news that investigation into allegations of match fixing involved three former New Zealand internationals highlighted a remarkable fact: match fixing and/or spot fixing is not illegal in New Zealand.
And on that captains' exchange, as relayed by West Indian skipper Darren Sammy last night, hinged one of the big talking points out of the drawn test at University Oval.
Dan Vettori had been a champion for many years but was recovering from injury. His future was up in the air.
End of the road: which Test stars could be joining Indian great Sachin Tendulkar by deciding to call it quits next year? Gallo Images/Getty Images Next year will be yet another busy one in the international calendar, however, it also threatens to be the final throes in the Test careers of five legends of the game.
Former England opener Geoffrey Boycott has criticised the application of the national team's current batsmen after yet another devastating collapse against Australia.
Mitchell Johnson shattered England's hopes of a series-levelling win in the second Test with one of the great Ashes bowling spells as Australia took an iron grip on Saturday.
Keaton Anderson, 10, poses for a photograph for his father, Dijon Anderson, of Bowie, Md., as they visit the statue of Nelson Mandela at the South African Embassy in Washington on Dec. 5, 2013.
Just months ago, England were celebrating a 3-0 victory over Australia in the Ashes.