For all the pomp and circumstance that surrounded the Trent Bridge debacle, the Ashes wasn’t really the catalyst, crux or anything in between.
It’s the regeneration. Since the retirement of Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and co, there’s been a rebuild. The 2013-2014 Ashes was combed over by England’s dreadful performances. Many of these have already been talked about, dissected and torn apart. Continue reading
Joe Root plays through the off side in England’s ODI win (photo: Getty Images)
As a feature of comparison, here are England’s test and ODI squads from the recent series against New Zealand: Continue reading
Preparation is key. Even more so for Australia’s line-up of pace bowlers as the Ashes series in England draws closer.
Some have already cemented their places with some fine performances over the past six months, Ryan Harris included. Continue reading
QLD Bull Ryan Harris, Feb 2013 (photo mine)
Cricket is in the blood of all Australians. It’s our summer sport; we play it in the backyard, at a BBQ, on the street, on a field, anywhere we can find space.
For that matter, we become so engrossed in it, we can’t turn away.
Welcome to a list of 10 moments I have compiled (with the help of some Twitter discussion) of Australian cricket moments of the 21st century. They are not listed in any particular order. Continue reading