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IT'S costing Olympic gold medals, reputations, prestige and money but elite athletes cannot shake the allure of social media habits. Blockbuster quartet Kevin Pietersen, Lance Franklin, David Warner and Stephanie Rice headline a flotilla of sports
Also president at the University of NSW Cricket Club, Jones worked hand in glove with CA chief Sutherland on significant governance, financial reforms and the high-profile Australian team performance review before leaving the organisation last year.
Mark Taylor believes restoring Shane Watson to the opening position and shifting David Warner down to No.5 or 6 could be the formula Australia need to post challenging totals on the upcoming Ashes tour. The Australians are preparing to depart for
David Warner has apologised for the language he used during his Twitter outburst on Saturday but said he felt the need to defend himself after a photo of him was used to illustrate a story on the seedy side of the IPL. Warner has arrived home in
Australia batsman is fined for abusive tweets Australia's Test opening batsman David Warner has been fined £3,700 for posting abusive comments to journalists on his Twitter account. Warner, 26, has apologised after being found guilty of breaching
Cricket Australia said on Tuesday it had no immediate plan to curb the use of social media by players after a Twitter rant by David Warner, but suggested it could happen in the future. Opening batsman Warner is due to face a disciplinary hearing on
In the past five years, those brief bursts of noise have steadily increased in volume to significantly alter what was already a loud sporting landscape...On the evening of Anzac Day, Jesse Ryder settled in to watch his beloved Melbourne Storm beat
Australian Test batsman David Warner was reportedly enraged by a picture linking him to spot-fixing suspect S Sreesanth [ Images ] in an article by journalist Robert Craddock which led him to insult Craddock and his co-scribe Malcolm Conn on Twitter.
Commentator and former Test star Mark Waugh says opener David Warner is over-sensitive and immature, and some Australian international cricketers need to pull their heads in. Waugh, reacting to the furore over Warner's abusive texts about News
Australian opening batsman David Warner will have to front a Cricket Australia disciplinary hearing after being reported for launching a Twitter tirade against two News Limited journalists. Warner was reported for breaching CA's code of behaviour,