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CA to appoint Aust leaders in coming weeks

JUSTIN LANGER, coach of Western Australia hits balls for slips catching practice during the Sheffield Shield match between Western Australia and South Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

Two days after rejecting reports Justin Langer is the new national team coach, Cricket Australia says key team appointments will be made in the coming weeks.

How UK cricket 100-ball format works

Cricket fans in the UK may soon enjoy an audience-friendly, 100-ball version of the professional game.

Test captain Paine draws on tough times

TIM PAINE of Australia passes the ball during a Test match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Tim Paine says time spent out of Australia's Test side makes him cherish his spot and captaincy even more.

Cricket team culture needs 'tweaks': Paine

TIM PAINE dives for a catch during an Australia training session at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia

Australia's Test captain Tim Paine believes the team's culture needs a few little tweaks to regain the trust of the public.

Pick Gillespie as Aussie coach: Chappell

JASON GILLESPIE looks on during day three of the Champion County match between Marylebone Cricket Club and Yorkshire at Sheikh Zayed stadium in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Former captain Ian Chappell believes Jason Gillespie should be the lead candidate for coach of the Australian cricket team.

CA denies report Langer is new Aust coach

JUSTIN LANGER, coach of Western Australia hits balls for slips catching practice during the Sheffield Shield match between Western Australia and South Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

Cricket Australia say they will hold a board meeting on Friday to discuss what process they want to use in choosing the next coach of the national team.

Surrey coach keen on signing banned stars

Surrey coach Michael Di Venuto says he'd be keen on signing one of Australia's three banned batsmen for a short-term stint in county cricket.

Di Venuto defends Aussie Test team culture

MICHAEL DI VENUTO head coach at Surrey CCC poses for a head shot during the Surrey CCC Photocall at The Kia Oval in London, England.

Former Australia batting coach Michael Di Venuto has defended the culture of the Test team which is coming under scrutiny in an upcoming review.

New cricket deal may include old TV voices

Fox Sports and the Seven network have indicated they've already heard from some of Australian cricket's more recognisable voices after securing the TV rights.

Women's cricket the big TV rights winner

Women's cricket in Australia will have its exposure almost doubled under the new TV rights deal.

Key points of new cricket rights deal

Where you can watch the Australian cricket summer for the next six years.

CA, Seven happy with limited-overs paywall

JAMES SUTHERLAND the Cricket Australia CEO during the Australian press conference held at the Holiday Inn in Sandton in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Cricket Australia say the benefits of the most lucrative broadcast deal ever far outweigh concerns over international one-day and Twenty20s shifting to Foxtel.

No Warner, no worries: Sunrisers win again

DAVID WARNER during the Australian national mens cricket team training session at PPC Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa.

David Warner's former Indian Premier League franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad have continued their unbeaten start to the campaign without the banned batsman.

Henriques defends 'selfless' Warner

MOISES HENRIQUES of Surrey bowls during the NatWest T20 Blast match between Surrey and Glamorgan at The Kia Oval in London, England.

David Warner was only trying to selflessly benefit the bowling group when he hatched a plan to tamper with the ball, according to teammate Moises Henriques.

Maxwell reveals Test squad's despair

GLENN MAXWELL of Victoria acknowledges the crowd during a Sheffield Shield match in Sydney, Australia

Allrounder Glenn Maxwell has spoken of the pain and anguish suffered by the Australian cricket team

Quicks added to revamped CA contracts list

STEVE SMITH and CAMERON BANCROFT of Australia during Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Australia at PPC Newlands in Cape Town, South Africa.

Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are among eight players to drop off Cricket Australia's contracted players list.

Watson's Chennai home in epic IPL finish

SHANE WATSON of the Sydney Thunder plays a shot during the Big Bash League exhibition match at Lavington Sports Ground in Albury, Australia.

A quickfire 42 from Shane Watson has helped Chennai pull off a remarkable IPL victory over a Kolkata Knight Riders side buoyed by Andre Russell's unbeaten 88.

Aussies heading to Zimbabwe for T20 tour

Australia will tour Zimbabwe for the first time since 2014 when they play in a Twenty20 tri-series also involving Pakistan in July.

Paceman Cummins out injured again

PAT CUMMINS of Australia prepares to bowl during the First Test Match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia

Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins has suffered another setback in his injury-plagued cricket career.

Short, Christian on indigenous tour of UK

DARCY SHORT of Australia walks onto the field to bat through flames during game two of the International Twenty20 series between Australia and England at Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia.

Indigenous Australian cricketers will tour the UK to mark the 150th anniversary of the landmark 1868 tour.

Australians misfire early in Indian PL

CHRIS LYNN looks on during an Australian nets session at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia.

An Australian is yet to put their stamp on the first four games of the 2018 Indian Premier League season.

Bravo seals dramatic win for Super Kings

A stunning batting blitz from Darren Bravo helped seal a dramatic one-wicket IPL win for the Chennai Super Kings over Mumbai Indians

Clarke backs away from Aust comeback story

MICHAEL CLARKE addresses the media during the Press Conference at Old Merchant Taylors' School in Watford, England

Yes, Michael Clarke wants to help Australian cricket. No, he is not committed to a playing comeback.

CA keen to leave Cape Town scandal behind

Cricket Australia will offer no breakdown of exactly what happened during the lunch break in Cape Town that rocked the sport.

Sutherland retains support of CA board

JAMES SUTHERLAND the Cricket Australia CEO during the Australian press conference held at the Holiday Inn in Sandton in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Cricket Australia chair David Peever has praised chief executive James Sutherland's handling of the ball-tampering saga ahead of the planned cultural review.

Beams, Cheatle lose Cricket Aust contracts

Veteran spinner Kristen Beams and young quick Lauren Cheatle have missed out on Cricket Australia contracts for 2018-19.

David Warner accepts year-long Test ban

DAVID WARNER of Australia bats during the Fourth Test Match of the 2017/18 Ashes series at MCG in Australia.

David Warner says he has accepted the 12-month ban imposed on him by Cricket Australia over the ball-tampering scandal in Cape Town.

What shaped Paine's leadership approach

TIM PAINE dives for a catch during an Australia training session at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia

New Australia captain Tim Paine will borrow plenty of ideas from others as he seeks to lead the next generation of Australian cricket.

Aussies drop to 4th in ICC Test rankings

On the back of their 3-1 series defeat in South Africa, Australia have dropped two places to fourth in the ICC Test rankings.

Mitch Marsh to undergo ankle surgery

MITCH MARSH of Australia during the Fifth Test match in the Ashes Series between Australia and England at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia.

The bad news keeps coming for Australia after their miserable tour of South Africa, with allrounder Mitch Marsh booked in for ankle surgery.

Smith, Bancroft accept tampering sanctions

STEVE SMITH of Australia hits the ball to make his century during the Fourth Test Match in the 2017/18 Ashes series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft have confirmed they won't challenge the bans handed to them by Cricket Australia over the ball-tampering scandal.

ICC ball tampering crackdown on the cards

CAMERON BANCROFT of Australia walks from the ground at stumps during the Fifth Test match in the 2017/18 Ashes Series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Cracking down on ball tampering will be tough but the International Cricket Council is keen to do it in the wake of Australia's Cape Town cheating scandal.

Aussies' most controversial cricket tours

Few Australian cricket tours have generated as much controversy as the recent four-Test series in South Africa.

Durban defeat fired us up: Faf du Plessis

Captain FAF DU PLESSIS takes questions from the media during the South Africa cricket press conference at Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.

South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis says the turning point of the four-Test series won 3-1 by the Proteas was his side's loss to Australia in Durban.

How the Aust-SAfrica Test series unfolded

South Africa produced plenty of highlight-reel fodder while recording a historic 3-1 Test series win over Australia.

Aussies, Proteas share post-series beers

TIM PAINE of Australia passes the ball during a Test match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Australia and South Africa have shared customary post-series beers in Johannesburg, an exchange that didn't happen at the end of their spiteful series in 2014.

More heads must roll after disaster: Warne

Spin king Shane Warne is seething over Australia's 492-run loss to South Africa in the fourth Test, saying there must be more change at Cricket Australia.

Aussie cricketers must change: capt Paine

New captain Tim Paine says the public has spoken and the Australian cricket team must listen and make meaningful long-term changes in how they behave.

SAfrica rolls Aust in historic Test defeat

Australia's resounding Test defeat in Johannesburg has had cricket statisticians searching the record books.

England miss Test win again, NZ sneak draw

JOE ROOT of England acknowledges the crowd after scoring a half century during the Fifth Test match in the 2017/18 Ashes Series at SCG in Australia.

Joe Root says luck had been against his England side in Christchurch, with the tourists failing to win an away Test for the 13th successive time.

ACA president says some sledging is OK

Australian Cricketers' Association president Greg Dyer says sledging is important for the character and competitiveness of the game.

Selector Waugh backs Test team culture

STEVE SMITH of Australia celebrates his half century during the Fourth Test Match in the 2017/18 Ashes series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Australian cricket selector Mark Waugh believes Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft can return to the national side.

Consider contrition in player bans: ACA

STEVE SMITH5 (capt) and CAMERON BANCROFT (L) of Australia during Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Australia at PPC Newlands in Cape Town, South Africa.

Australia's cricketers union wants Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft's lengthy ball-tampering bans to be reduced.

NZ clinch England series with defiant draw

KANE WILLIAMSON of New Zealand looks on during the third game of the One Day International Series between New Zealand and Pakistan at University of Otago Oval in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Ish Sodhi and Neil Wagner have staved off a desperate England, with New Zealand drawing a gripping second and final Test to win their series 1-0.

Cricket family supporting axed trio: Burns

DAVID WARNER of Australia bats during the Fourth Test Match of the 2017/18 Ashes series at MCG in Australia.

Joe Burns says it is clear the Australian cricketing family is trying to support shamed trio Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft as best they can.

Aussies' charm offensive won't last: Elgar

DEAN ELGAR of South Africa walks off during Test match between South Africa and Australia at PPC Newlands in Cape Town, South Africa.

Proteas batsman Dean Elgar has questioned whether a less hostile approach from the Australian cricket team can last or whether it's even a good idea.

Snapshot for day 5 of the fourth Test

Australia's four-Test tour of South Africa has ended with an embarrassing 492-run loss in Johannesburg, where the hosts completed a 3-1 series win.

Aussies collapse, SAfrica win series 3-1

SHAUN MARSH of Australia bats during the Ashes Series at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Australia have been rolled for 119 on day five of the fourth Test against South Africa, suffering a 492-run loss and 3-1 series defeat.

Proteas' three pacemen all nursing niggles

MORNE MORKEL of South Africa celebrates after trapping Alastair Cook of England lbw during the 3rd Investec Test match between England and South Africa at The Kia Ova in London, England.

South Africa's fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada, Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel are all nursing injuries of varying severity in Johannesburg.

NZ eye last-day survival for series win

JAMES ANDERSON of England reacts during a test match of the Ashes Series at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Bad light has come to New Zealand's aid as they eye survival on the final day of the second Test against England to secure a series win.

Cricket Australia's judicial process

Cricket Australia's code of conduct spells out the next steps for the trio banned over the ball-tampering scandal, should they wish to take the matter further.

CA confirms details of potential hearings

STEVE SMITH of Australia celebrates his half century during the Fourth Test Match in the 2017/18 Ashes series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Cricket Australia's hopes of a quick finish to the ball-tampering saga are in the hands of banned Test players Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft.

Skipper Paine plays down broken thumb woes

TIM PAINE of Australia passes the ball during a Test match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Australia captain Tim Paine has suffered a broken thumb but says it's a minor setback compared to some of his other finger injuries.

Snapshot for day 3 of the fourth Test

Tim Paine and Pat Cummins have provided resistance for Australia but South Africa hold a 401-run lead and are incredibly well placed to record a 3-1 series win.

SAfrica finally declare, set Aussies 612

South Africa have declared after building a 611-run lead over Australia on day four of the fourth Test, reaching 6-344 in their second innings in Johannesburg.

No delight in tearful Lehmann exit: Broad

England veteran Stuart Broad, who was the target of some forthright comments from Darren Lehmann, says he takes no delight in the Australia coach's resignation.

Morne Morkel hurt in swan-song Test

South Africa paceman Morne Morkel, who will retire after the fourth Test, has suffered an injury on day three of the clash in Johannesburg.

Tim Paine suffers broken thumb in 4th Test

TIM PAINE of Australia passes the ball during a Test match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Australia cricket captain Tim Paine is battling through the pain of a broken right thumb in Johannesburg.

England dictate terms in second NZ Test

JOE ROOT of England acknowledges the crowd after scoring a half century during the Fifth Test match in the 2017/18 Ashes Series at SCG in Australia.

With two days to play in the second Test, England are 3-202 in their second innings for an overall 231-run lead against New Zealand in Christchurch.

Pat Cummins grabs another Joburg five-for

PAT CUMMINS of Australia prepares to bowl during the First Test Match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia

It's unlikely to deliver Australia a dramatic victory, as was the case in 2011, but Pat Cummins has produced another five-wicket Test haul in Johannesburg.

Snapshot for day 2 of the fourth Test

South Africa are on track to record a crushing victory in the four-Test series finale.

Khawaja, Cummins open up on tough week

Australia paceman Pat Cummins, batsman Usman Khawaja and bowling coach David Saker admit a tough week has made it hard to focus on the fourth Test.

David and I are struggling: Candice Warner

Candice Warner has explained husband David is 'not in a great headspace' as the fallout continues from Australian cricket's ball-tampering scandal.

SAfrica roll Aussies for 221, extend lead

Australia have been bowled out for 221 on day three of the fourth Test in Johannesburg, with South Africa reaching 1-58 to hold a 325-run lead at tea.