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'Ignored' cricketers are hurting: Warner

Star Australian batsman David Warner says cricketers aren't to blame for the ongoing pay dispute that has the game in crisis.

T20 star Lynn out for seven months on shoulder injury

Chris Lynn of the Heat bats during the Big Bash League match against Perth Scorchers at the WACA January 5, 2017

After undergoing shoulder surgery, top batsman Chris Lynn will be sidelined for seven long months.

Sutherland wants umpire in cricket dispute    

Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland says he wants cricket talks to go to arbitration if the pay impasse can't be broken within days.

County sweats on Aust cricket pay dispute    

The pay dispute in Australian cricket means English county Yorkshire and Peter Handscomb face a tough call as they mull when to end a productive partnership.

T20 star Lynn racing the clock for BBL    

Hard-hitting batsman Chris Lynn will be out of action for up to seven months after undergoing shoulder surgery.

Talks continue in Aussie cricket pay saga

Progress continues to be made in the bitter industrial standoff between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers' Association.

Aust cricket pregnancy clause changed

Cricket Australia has altered its pregnancy clause as talks continue regarding a new Memorandum of Understanding that will include women for the first time.

Test stars meet in Sydney amid pay dispute    

David Warner and Pat Cummins have expressed their frustration about Australian cricket's pay dispute after meeting union officials in Sydney.

England target women's Ashes after CWC win

England have already set their sights on regaining the women's Ashes after beating India in the Women's Cricket World Cup final.

Cricket pay war chiefs meet, progress slow

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland and players' union counterpart Alastair Nicholson have met, attempting to keep pay war negotiations on track.

India women require 228 to win World Cup

England have scored 7-228 after 50 overs in the Women's Cricket World Cup final at Lord's.

ACA email warns Ashes under threat: report    

Even if a tentative new pay deal can be reached, the players' union is reportedly warning Australia's cricketers this summer's Ashes series might be scrapped.

Sayers laments missed chance for Test bid

Paceman Chadd Sayers admits it is disappointing not to be pushing his Test claims on an Australian A tour, but is looking at the big picture of the pay dispute.

Women cricketers in the dark over pay row

After crashing out of the World Cup, Australia's women cricketers are braced for an uncertain future when they return home.

Kaur credits WBBL after stunning innings    

India's Harmanpreet Kaur says her spell playing in the WBBL helped in her brilliant innings that knocked world champions Australia out of the Women's World Cup.

Aussies to face the music after shock exit

Australia are out of the Women's Cricket World Cup after slumping to a 36-run defeat to India in their semi-final at Derby.

Aussies lose toss and field in semi-final

Australia have lost the toss and will field in the Women's Cricket World Cup semi-final against India at Derby.

Four quicks? Johnson still likes a spinner    

The prospect of unleashing Australia's big four pacemen at the Ashes is tempting, but Mitchell Johnson still prefers three quicks and a spinner.

Lord's final prospect motivating Australia    

Alex Blackwell says the prospect of playing England in front of a sell-out crowd at Lord's is great incentive to beat India in their World Cup semi-final.

England have big pre-Ashes issues: Johnson    

Mitchell Johnson says there's no doubt England will have a few issues when they face Australia in this summer's home Ashes series.

Australia just one step from WC17 final

All the stats and facts ahead of Australia's Women's Cricket World Cup against India at Derby.

Cricket war to leave scars: Test great

Test great Mitchell Johnson says scars from the pay fight between Cricket Australia and players will take a long time to heal.

Australia ready for India challenge

Australia's women cricketers are only focused on booking their spot in Sunday's World Cup final despite knowing they are potentially one game from unemployment.

Who to watch in the Australia team

A closer look at the Australia team that's likely to face India on Thursday for a place in the Women's Cricket World Cup final.

Unsung Bolton happy with World Cup form    

Opener Nicole Bolton says she's happy to keep doing the hard yards against the new ball and let batting stars Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry grab the headlines.

Afghanistan A replaces Aust A in series

Afghanistan A will replace Australia A in an upcoming one-day series hosted by South Africa.

Pay spat could shade women's World Cup    

Australia's female cricket side could return home next week as unemployed world champions, a bizarre scenario that would cause the sport more damage.

Australia's world cup confidence on the up    

Opener Beth Mooney says Australia's confidence is growing, with the women's Big Bash League helping in their World Cup cricket defence.

Australia ready to tackle India at CWC    

Australia will play India in the semi-finals of the Women's Cricket World Cup after a 59-run win over South Africa.

Sutherland picks cricket over AFL

Cricket has beaten AFL in the battle for the future services of elite talent Will Sutherland.

Australia overpower South Africa in CWC    

Australia will play India in the semi-finals of the Women's Cricket World Cup after a 59-run win over South Africa.

Aussie women set Sth Africa 270 CWC target    

Australia have set South Africa a target of 270 runs to win their final Women's Cricket World Cup group match in Taunton.

Cricket pay talks to resume on Monday    

Cricket Australia and the players' union are attempting to thrash out their differences but the issue of revenue sharing remains a point of clash in pay talks.

Aussies out to send a message to S Africa    

Australia want to inflict some early psychological blows on South Africa in what's likely to be a dress rehearsal for the Women's Cricket World Cup semi-final.

Lanning ruled out of South Africa clash    

Australia skipper Meg Lanning will miss Saturday's World Cup clash with South Africa in what's likely to be a dress rehearsal for next week's semi-final.

Small steps in marathon cricket pay talks

Pay talks are progressing between Cricket Australia and the players' union, who have held a marathon meeting in a bid to break the revenue-sharing deadlock.

Healy hails inspirational skipper Lanning    

Alyssa Healy has hailed Meg Lanning after the Australia skipper fought through pain to guide her side into the semi-finals of the World Cup.

Cricket Aust chairman rages, talks go on    

Cricket Australia chairman David Peever has publicly entered the pay war between players and officials, saying the union is acting recklessly.

Stop tit for tat, start talking: Gillespie    

Jason Gillespie, who was set to coach Australia A during the tour that was boycotted by players, is unhappy with the lack of progress in cricket pay talks.

Cricket Aust chairman rages about pay saga    

Cricket Australia chairman David Peever has publicly entered the pay war between players and officials, saying the union is acting recklessly.

Australia women too good for India    

A 124-run stand between Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry has eased Australia to a comfortable eight-wicket win over India.

Lanning pleased by strong Aussie response

Australia have qualified for the semi-finals of the Women's Cricket World Cup after beating India by eight wickets in Bristol.

India women set Australia 227 for victory    

Australia have been set 227 by India to win their Women's World Cup Cricket clash in Bristol.

Aussie women field in India World Cup game    

Australia's captain Meg Lanning has won the toss and elected to field against India in their Women's World Cup cricket clash in Bristol.

Cricket uncertainty an issue for selectors    

Australia's Test squad is meant to assemble in Darwin next month but the identity of the final member of the touring party is yet to be decided.

Aussies won't feel pressure, says Lanning    

Australia's captain Meg Lanning insists her side will rise above the pressure of having to win one of their last two Cricket World Cup matches.

Australia bracing for crucial India clash

After getting off to a fine start to their Cricket World Cup campaign, Australia find themselves facing what's shaping to be a must-win clash against India.

Lanning confident despite shoulder fears    

Australia captain Meg Lanning insists her troublesome right shoulder will remain strong enough to get her through the cricket Women's World Cup.

Aust captain demands better from bowlers

Australia skipper Meg Lanning says her side need to tighten up on their control with the ball after giving away 32 extras in their World Cup loss to England.

Players won't fold in pay row: Steve Smith    

Australian captain Steve Smith says players won't fold in the ongoing pay dispute with Cricket Australia.

Australia require 260 to beat England

Australia require 260 to beat England in the Women's Cricket World Cup clash at Bristol.

Cricket pay saga could drag on for months

Hopes of a quick resolution in cricket's civil war, which is already the longest industrial dispute in the history of Australian sport, appear slim at best.

Sayers laments CA's stance in pay scrap    

Chadd Sayers, who could be on the cusp of a Test debut next month, is disappointed Cricket Australia didn't do enough to ensure the Australia A tour proceeds.

Australia confident about Lanning injury

Australia coach Matthew Mott is confident Meg Lanning's shoulder will be fit enough for her to play against England on Sunday.

Events in Australian cricket's pay dispute

The pay dispute between Cricket Australia and players has resulted in an Australia A tour of South Africa being called off on Thursday.

Veteran debutant Aley wants more action    

Twelve months after almost retiring, Sarah Aley enjoyed a memorable debut for Australia at the age of 33.

Cricket Aust regrets player tour boycott

Australian Cricketers' Association says Australia A players will not tour South Africa in response to a pay dispute.

Haynes defends Australia skipper call-up

Rachael Haynes has defended the decision to make her stand-in Australia captain.

Australia A tour fate decision is imminent

The Australia A tour of South Africa is likely to be soon scrapped, falling victim to the pay dispute between players and Cricket Australia.

Alyssa Healy heroics help Australia to 290

Australia have scored 8-290 against Pakistan at Leicester thanks to some late order runs from Alyssa Healy.

CA can find grassroots funds: Ian Chappell

Cricket icon Ian Chappell says Cricket Australia should look internally if it is serious about coming up with more funds for the game at the grassroots level.

Chappells disagree on cricket pay saga    

Former Australia captains Ian and Greg Chappell have different views on the damage caused by the current pay scrap affecting cricket.

Aust A players preparing as if tour is on    

Australian cricketers scheduled to embark soon on a South African tour are focused on their preparation and not the pay war, coach Jason Gillespie says.

Clarke offers solution to cricket pay saga

Michael Clarke says Cricket Australia and the players' union should roll over the previous pay deal, but the former captain's solution is unlikely to happen.

Graeme Smith goes into bat for cricketers

Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith has thrown his support behind unemployed Australian cricketers in their current pay scrap with the governing body.

Cowan, Slater clash amid cricket pay spat

Former Test openers Ed Cowan and Michael Slater have clashed over the topic of cricket's pay saga in a heated breakfast radio interview.

Women won't be distracted by MoU saga    

Australia's women players say they will not allow the ongoing MoU saga back home affect their World Cup campaign in the UK.

Fans know cricketers being fair: Watson

Shane Watson feels Australian cricketers are being reasonable in the current pay stoush - and believes most members of the public share that opinion.

Lanning hails bowlers after win over NZ

Australia have beaten New Zealand by five wickets to seal a third successive victory at the Women's Cricket World Cup.

NZ set Australia 220 for victory chase    

Australia require 220 to beat New Zealand in the Women's Cricket World Cup clash at Bristol.

Cricketers set to boycott Australia A tour

Australian cricketers say they will boycott an Australian A tour of South Africa unless Cricket Australia takes action within days to resolve the pay dispute.

Warner gives Cricket Australia a clip    

Vice-captain David Warner has fired yet another shot at Cricket Australia, saying the public can now see what players have dealt with in protracted pay talks.

NZ set to offer a stiffer test for Aussies    

Australia face the toughest test of their World Cup campaign when they face New Zealand in Bristol on Sunday.