It started before the first test at the Gabba – but in reality audiences tuned in on November 21, 2013. Never would anyone – even the Australian fans – have picked such an accomplished demolition job of the opposition as the final result. Continue reading Cricket: England’s tour from hell is over
Cricket: Women’s Ashes: Australia wants to bring the urn home
If you want powerhouse teams in world cricket, Australia and England are two of them. Experience, youth, leadership and talent all account for what will be a quality series.
Welcome to the next instalment of the Women’s Ashes. Rather than play five test matches for a trophy, the squads play one test, three one day internationals and three Twenty20s based on a points system, which works like so: Continue reading Cricket: Women’s Ashes: Australia wants to bring the urn home