Browsing All posts tagged under »Cricket Australia«

What The Matrix?

August 25, 2011 by

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Jarrod Kimber is the Editor of Spin Cricket and also half of the double act The Two Chucks. And that is while he is not authoring best-selling books and taking the mickey out of anyone and anything over at Cricket With Balls. Jarrod agreed to share his views on the recently released Argus report that […]

Change For Change’s Sake

January 15, 2011 by

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Australia is a helpful nation, whenever there is a tragedy we’re first out with the chequebooks and the same goes for cricket, when the ICC wanted to trial a pink cricket ball for day-night tests piggybacking on the popularity of one day cricket in the 1990s but that was a failure, that didn’t deter Australia. […]

Australia’s Blueprint for Success

January 2, 2011 by

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On the eve of the final test at Sydney, all there is left to play for Australia is pride. While there will be plenty of talking points as to the sharp decline in performance of a once champion side, Cricket Australia (CA) need to look critically at the few key factors that are of deep […]

The IPL Mess

December 13, 2010 by

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The fans get hurt, the system is flawed, and well, it’s all messy Not long after the Kings XI Punjab managed to scrape a stay order against the BCCI’s decision to scrap the former from the Indian Premier League, the final list of players retained by their individual franchises was made public by the governing […]

Why the Ashes are important to Australia and why we must win them back

November 17, 2010 by

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I assume if you’re reading this, Cricket is probably pretty important to you. Or you at least like it. Taking a larger world view, though, cricket is really a pretty small deal. Or it is to some. England, for example, has so many things to their name – history, military prowess, royalty, empire – that […]