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Former Test quick Peter Siddle has signed a two-year deal with the Tasmanian Tigers while James Faulkner has been left off the contract list.
Cricket Australia has reportedly revealed which Aussie city will miss out on hosting the Indian cricket team this summer following a “bitter” squabble.
Mitchell Starc warned that cricket risks becoming “pretty boring” if ball-tampering rules are not relaxed in response to a coronavirus-linked ban.
Ben Stokes has become the first English player to win Wisden Cricketer of the year honours since Andrew Flintoff after the 2005 Ashes series.
Australian cricketer Marcus Harris was brutally axed from the Test side, but is optimistic of a recall despite lingering Ashes demons.
Out of favour Australian opener Marcus Harris thought his career was finished when he dropped Ben Stokes in the third Ashes Test, but the selectors have a simple message for him.
Despite an inconsistent preparation, Australian superstar Ellyse Perry is confident Australia will be at their best in time for the Twenty20 World Cup on home soil.
Two of New Zealand’s under-19 cricketers have added to the country’s nice-guy reputation by chairing off an injured opponent after he scored 99 against them.
South African legend AB de Villers has left the door open to return to the international game in time for a tilt at the Twenty20 World Cup in October.
If things had gone the way South African all-rounder Chris Morris had wanted, he would not have been playing for the Thunder. But a series of unexpected events dramatically changed his plans, and he’s glad they did.
Australian cricket great has hit out at Cricket Victoria after he was overlooked for coaching positions with the Renegades and the Stars and handed back his life membership.