'Elite transgender cricketers': Cricket's aim to be 'a sport for all'
Cricket Australia has released a policy series focusing on supporting transgender and gender diverse people to play cricket at the highest level.
Wollongong-bound Thunder sign prodigious wicket keeper
After being named one of the country's most-popular sporting sides, Sydney Thunder's WBBL team are spreading the love to Wollongong.
Can David slay Goliath as Bangladesh face India?
In November 2000, the Indian cricket team travelled to Dhaka to play in Bangladesh's maiden test match. To say that the hosts exceeded expectations by making 400 in their maiden test innings would be an understatement.
World’s Best or Worst Club Cricketer?
Australia has retained the Ashes. One nation believes that the natural order of things has been maintained, whilst the other bemoans its own weather that cost it probable victory in the second test, and thus the chance to take the Old Urn from its bitter rivals.
Is Smith really a Titanic failure?
Readers will be aware that on 15 April 1912, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank killing over 1500 people, including the captain, whose name was Smith. The recent ball tampering incident was the iceberg that holed HMAS Cricket, and once again Captain Smith is standing at the rail as the water surges around him.
Australia lights up for extraordinary Southern Stars
Recap a phenomenal Ashes victory - and year in general - for the dominant Aussie women's cricket team.
Pic special - cricket's big reveal
For a side that's been doing Australia proud, it was only right for them to reveal their squad and new #WatchMe video campaign at an iconic Aussie location. Australia's women cricketers posed for pics at the Fleet Steps at Mrs Macquarie's Chair overlooking Sydney Harbour, Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Pics by Getty Images.
WATCH! D'Arcy Short's 23 sensational sixes!
D'Arcy Short single-handedly smashed Queensland with an incredible record one-day innings of 257 for Western Australia, including 23 sixes, at Hurstville Oval. Check those sixes out now!
Ellyse Perry: This is our year...
Australian cricket icon Ellyse Perry says this is the year that Australian women will stamp their mark on the sport.