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Cricket Australia announce Darwin camp

Cricket Australia has announced a seven-day training camp in Darwin in August ahead of the two-Test tour to Bangladesh.

Cricket's protracted pay saga drags on

Cricket Australia has given some ground in its pay scrap with players but the saga is no closer to a resolution a week out from the deadline.

Fans put cricket knowledge to the test

Bracewell misses out on NZ cricket deal    

Medium-pacer Doug Bracewell has been omitted from New Zealand Cricket's 21-strong list of contracted players for next season.

Australia win final pre-World Cup game    

The Australian women's cricket team has beaten Pakistan in their final warm-up game before the World Cup in England.

Afghanistan Tests spell Aussie UAE return

An away Test against Afghanistan would likely mean Australia returns to the United Arab Emirates.

Patel retires from Black Caps: reports    

Offspinner Jeetan Patel has reportedly again cut ties with the New Zealand Black Caps to focus on his county career with Warwickshire.

Australia's women out to dominate at CWC

Australia are aiming to win their seventh Women's Cricket World Cup in the UK, starting on Monday against the West Indies.

Aussies thrive on pressure of favouritism

Australia kick-off their Women's World Cup campaign against the West Indies on Monday as they aim to win the trophy for the seventh time.

Ronchi retires from international cricket    

Hard-hitting New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi has few regrets after announcing his retirement from international cricket.

CA attacks cricket union over women's pay

Cricket Australia have gone on the offensive accusing the Australian Cricketers Association of double standards when it comes to the pay of female cricketers.

Cricket struggling in code war for talent

The carrot dangling in front of potential AFL players has been supersized in the recent pay deal, while Cricket Australia's salary saga continues to drag on.

Tom Parker to step down as SCG curator

Tom Parker on duty at the SCG turf

Longstanding Curator of the SCG Tom Parker will step down from his role after 20 years of service in September three moths out from the Ashes series.

SCG curator to quit before the Ashes    

Tom Parker will step down as SCG curator in September after 20 years in the role.

Aussies humble South Africa in WC warm-up

The Australian women's cricket team has made light work of South Africa in a practice match ahead of the World Cup in England.

Starc and O'Keefe to miss Bangladesh tour    

Australia’s injured Mitchell Starc will miss the test series in Bangladesh while spinner Steve O'Keefe will give way to fellow left-arm spinner Ashton Agar.

Pay talks still clouding Bangladesh tour    

Australia have booked in dates for a two-Test cricket tour of Bangladesh but the ongoing pay dispute and security situation remain concerns.

Starc injured, O'Keefe out of Test squad    

Mitchell Starc will miss Australia's Test tour of Bangladesh because of injury, while spinner Steve O'Keefe has been axed.

Seccombe is Queensland Bulls' new coach    

Former Queensland wicket keeper Wade Seccombe will replace Phil Jaques as head coach of the Bulls.

Australia down NZ in World Cup warm-up    

Australia have beaten New Zealand by 46-runs in a women's cricket World Cup warm-up match.

Hazlewood ranks best at ODI bowling    

Australia’s paceman Josh Hazlewood has become the No 1 bowler in ICC’s ODI rankings with a haul of 6-52 against the Kiwis at the washed out game in their Champions trophy encounter earlier this month.

More to cricket's pay fight than just pay    

The Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) is hoping to improve both pay and conditions for female players in a landmark Memorandum of Understanding.

Hazlewood now top-ranked ODI bowler    

Australia paceman Josh Hazlewood now tops the International Cricket Council's ODI bowling rankings.

Ten's trouble to affect BBL rights: expert

Network Ten's precarious financial position could compromise the looming battle for Big Bash League broadcast rights that are set to fetch $250-300 million.

Ginn the right tonic for Cricket Tasmania

Struggling Cricket Tasmania have recruited former Olympic rowing gold medallist Drew Ginn to their coaching ranks.

Cricket pay dispute deadline edging closer

With the dust settling following Australia's early Champions Trophy exit, attention now turns to the ongoing pay dispute.

Australia need to get better: Lehmann

Darren Lehmann says Australia need to rethink how they play one-day cricket in English conditions before returning for the World Cup in two years' time.

England looking forward to a full match with the Aussies

England’s assistant coach Paul Farbrace wishes for good weather at Birmingham on Saturday so that they could put a permanent dent on Australia’s Champions Trophy hopes.

Finch rues soft dismissal in England loss

Aaron Finch has taken some of the blame for Australia's exit from the Champions Trophy, saying he should have gone on to post a big score.

Australia v England snapshot

A closer look at the Champions Trophy clash between Australia and England at Edgbaston on Saturday.

England send Aussies packing at Edgbaston

England have ended Australia's Champions Trophy campaign in ruthless fashion, romping to a 40-run win on another rainy day at Edgbaston.

Weather to hold for Edgbaston showdown

Australia will finally get the chance to complete a Champions Trophy match on Saturday with the weather in Birmingham forecast to be fine.

Vibrant England out to send Australia home

Captain Eoin Morgan has overseen the transformation of England's one-day team since 2015 and is now out to send Australia home from the Champions Trophy.

Australia collapse puts England in charge

Australia have set England a target of 278 to win the Champions Trophy clash at Edgbaston after surrendering a strong start to finish at 9-277.

Perry ready for biggest World Cup ever

Ellyse Perry predicts defending champions Australia will be part of the biggest women's Cricket World Cup yet.

In-form England ready for Aussie bowlers

Assistant coach Paul Farbrace says England want the weather to stay fine on Saturday so his in-form side can knock Australia out of the Champions Trophy.

Warner at peace four years after Root ruck

Four years to the day since his infamous punch on Joe Root in a Birmingham pub, David Warner says he is a vastly different person on and off the field.

Cricket pay row no WC distraction: Lanning

Australian skipper Meg Lanning says the ongoing pay dispute between Cricket Australia and the players won't distract her side from their World Cup tilt.

Lehmann hints at role for Lynn in decider

Australia coach Darren Lehmann says Chris Lynn is a chance to make his first Champions Trophy appearance in Saturday's crunch clash with England.

Warner lashes CA over new video release

David Warner says Cricket Australia's decision to release a second video about the ongoing pay dispute is designed to unsettle the players.

Cricket Aust drop Southern Stars title

The Australian women's cricket team will no longer be officially named the Southern Stars.

CA's player pay proposal fair: Gilchrist

Adam Gilchrist has backed Cricket Australia's proposed pay deal despite opposition from players.

Aussies braced for 'quarter-final' battle

Australia's Champions Trophy clash with England may not be a winner take all affair, but defeat for Steve Smith's side will see them go home.

Happy Zampa keeping the mood light

With his crazy hair and leg-spinning skills, Adam Zampa is hopeful of keeping his spot in the Australia side to face England at Edgbaston on Saturday.

Johnston re-appointed NSW cricket coach

Former NSW fast bowler and Ireland captain, Trent Johnston, has been given a two-year contract extension as NSW coach.

Starc ready to confront confident England

Mitchell Starc has challenged England to live up to their hype ahead of Australia's must-win Champions Trophy clash at Edgbaston on Saturday.

No stepping back for Black Caps: Guptill

The Black Caps won't be changing their approach as they tackle England in a key Champions Trophy Group A match in Cardiff, opener Martin Guptill says.

Australia v Bangladesh snapshot

A closer look at the washed out Champions Trophy clash between Australia and Bangladesh at The Oval on Monday.

Smith frustrated after second wash-out

Steve Smith believes more could have been done by The Oval ground staff after rain washed out their clash against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh win toss; Australia to bowl

Australia will bowl first at The Oval after Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat in the Champions Trophy Group A clash.

Pressure on Black Caps in Cardiff

The Black Caps will be taking a step into the unknown when they tackle England in a vital Champions Trophy match in Cardiff, coach Mike Hesson says.

Players unfazed by heavy workload: Warner

Australia opener David Warner says his side can't be concerned by the weather or any form of external pressure for the remainder of the Champions Trophy.

Australia v Bangladesh at a glance

A closer look at Australia's previous meetings with Bangladesh ahead of Monday's Champions Trophy clash at The Oval.

Maxwell ready to target Bangladesh bowlers

Glenn Maxwell says Australia must be ruthless and take advantage of Bangladesh's limited bowling attack in Monday's Champions Trophy clash at The Oval.

No room for error in must-win game: Smith

Steve Smith has warned his players there's no room for error against Bangladesh in Monday's Champions Trophy clash at The Oval.

Hazlewood confident Aussies will improve

Josh Hazlewood says Australia's bowlers will be much improved against Bangladesh at The Oval in Monday's must-win Champions Trophy clash.

Australia v NZ Champions Trophy snapshot

A closer look at the Champions Trophy between Australia and New Zealand that was washed out at Edgbaston on Friday.

Smith urges bowlers to lift after washout

Steve Smith has told his bowlers to improve and admits Australia dodged a bullet after their Champions Trophy clash with New Zealand was abandoned due to rain.

Australia and NZ resume play after rain

Play has resumed at Edgbaston in Australia's Champions Trophy clash with New Zealand,with the match reduced to 46 overs after almost two hours was lost to rain.

Smith demands strong start against NZ

Steve Smith says Australia must hit the ground running in the Champions Trophy opener against New Zealand.

Smith denies CA's grassroots MoU claims

Captain Steve Smith has denied Cricket Australia claims that the existing revenue-sharing agreement takes money away at the grassroots level.

Champions Trophy - a look at the teams

A closer look at the eight teams that make up the 2017 Champions Trophy tournament.

Aussies out to make their mark in England

Australia open their Champions Trophy campaign against New Zealand on Friday, looking to win the tournament for the first time since 2009.