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Letters of complaint: Seven calls for fresh arbitration in CA fight

Letters of complaint: Seven calls for fresh arbitration in CA fight

The fight between Cricket Australia and Channel Seven has taken another twist, with the free-to-air network calling for a fresh process and the removal of the independent arbitrator.

  • by Jon Pierik

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Brutal heat in Australia by 2040 will change the shape of summer sport

Brutal heat in Australia by 2040 will change the shape of summer sport

As the world heats, athletes and crowds in Australia are going to be hit more often with dangerous temperatures, prompting calls for changes to the way we play.

  • by Nick O'Malley
CA calls for respect as Paine, Labuschagne swerve dissent charges

CA calls for respect as Paine, Labuschagne swerve dissent charges

Player behaviour is under the spotlight along with umpiring standards after several Test stars were on the end of contentious calls.

  • by Andrew Wu
‘Extremely dissatisfied’: Seven weighing up Ashes broadcast

‘Extremely dissatisfied’: Seven weighing up Ashes broadcast

Seven West Media and Cricket Australia remain at loggerheads, with Seven’s managing director James Warburton again taking aim at the sport’s governing body.

  • by Jon Pierik and Zoe Samios
CA offer to pay out-of-pocket expenses over ‘untenable’ South Africa tour

CA offer to pay out-of-pocket expenses over ‘untenable’ South Africa tour

Cricket Australia chairman Earl Eddings has written a letter to his South African counterpart, insisting that he wanted this month’s Test tour to go ahead but the “residual risks” meant Australia had to pull out.

  • by Jon Pierik
More women’s games needed as COVID-19 wreaks havoc overseas, says Healy

More women’s games needed as COVID-19 wreaks havoc overseas, says Healy

Heading into the WNCL, the Australian batting star has expressed concern over the amount of women’s cricket being played internationally.

  • by Sarah Keoghan
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Australian women’s team want to be one of the greats: Mooney

Australian women’s team want to be one of the greats: Mooney

Beth Mooney on Saturday night muscled her way among the stars of the game when she claimed a maiden Belinda Clark award, recognising her as the best Australian women’s player of the past year.

  • by Jon Pierik
Langer has the Australian team’s full support: Smith

Langer has the Australian team’s full support: Smith

Steve Smith, crowned the Allan Border medallist for a third time, has backed under-fire coach Justin Langer and defended the decision to scrap the tour of South Africa.

  • by Jon Pierik
Politics has always been a part of sport

Politics has always been a part of sport

Thinking you can keep politics out of sport is naive. It is already there. Arguing it shouldn’t be – particularly when you don’t agree with the political statement being made – is a political act in itself.

  • by Brandon Jack
Cricketers sweating on approval to play in upcoming IPL season

Cricketers sweating on approval to play in upcoming IPL season

Now the tour of South Africa has been scrapped, cricketers are awaiting anxiously as to whether they will be allowed to take part in the Indian Premier League.

  • by Jon Pierik
Player discontent a ‘wake-up call’, says Langer

Player discontent a ‘wake-up call’, says Langer

Justin Langer admits he can be intense, passionate and grumpy but will use criticism of his coaching style from inside the Australian team dressing room as a “wake-up call”.

  • by Jon Pierik