The Sydney Cricket Ground authorities must do something about the despicable treatment of India captain Virat Kohli by sections of the crowd during the Fourth Test against Australia. It beggars belief that spectators, who have forked out a week’s wages for a ticket and a dozen beers, somehow believe they have a right to voice … Continue reading Booing Kohli is a national disgrace
Coach Justin Langer’s new era of Australian cricket has begun in stoic style against Pakistan, amidst the sand dunes and bustling crowds of the United Arab Emirates. Following a heroic display in the First Test, where Australia batted against the odds to hold on for an unlikely draw, they have fallen by a mere 373 … Continue reading “Chums before runs” – Australian cricket’s new mantra
Times like these don’t come along that often in Australian cricket; the underarm delivery, the cash for pitch reports, the diuretic tablet administered by a caring mother. Now we have captain Steve Smith admitting that he and his leadership group thought it would be a really good idea to deliberately alter the condition of the … Continue reading Steve Smith lets Australian cricket down
The New Zealand Warriors were magnificent on the weekend, combining across the field to completely outplay the Gold Coast Titans to celebrate what was Ryan Hoffman’s 300th NRL game with a 34-12 victory.
Cricket Australia are currently involved in an ugly pay dispute with their players which threatens to derail the upcoming home Ashes series against the old enemy England.
Australia has lost so much more than the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, they have lost the friendship of one of cricket's greatest ambassadors and all-round great bloke, Virat Kohli.
India captain Virat Kohli has devised a cunning plan to avoid overstepping the line when it comes to on-field behaviour during the Third Test against Australia in Ranchi. The brilliant Kohli has spent the majority of the crucial clash in the dressing sheds, away from the fiery crucible and the direct scrutiny of the umpires and match officials.
The Bulldogs have a nasty history of ugly grand stand altercations between their fans and just about anyone unlucky enough to be viewing the same game of rugby league. The time has come for the NRL to do something to alleviate this continuing and seemingly unsolvable problem.
The MCC is pulling the wrong rein with new rules limiting the thickness of cricket bats. If they really want to tilt the contest between bat and ball in the bowlers' favour, all they need do is allow Indian curators to prepare pitches all over the world.
It has become painfully obvious during the first two Tests against Australia that India should be given unlimited DRS reviews. The controlling body for Indian cricket the BCCI were very reluctant to accept the DRS system, refusing to play under it for years, and now we can see why.