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58 Johannesburg: South African Test captain Graeme Smith has said that they would not enter the upcoming series against Australia `undercooked` and will be better prepared than their last two series. South Africa started slowly in their last two
Boyd Rankin has admitted nerves made his Test debut a painful experience and revealed he had suffered a back spasm the night before being handed his cap at the SCG. Rankin, who ended his Ireland career in an aim to play Test cricket, was twice forced
IF ever there was a time to 'blame it on the boogie', this is it. Australia batsman and avid Michael Jackson fan Chris Rogers has been hit with a fine after partying a bit too hard and arriving late to Australia's public Ashes celebration earlier
T he former India and Mumbai opener also engaged in a bit of banter with his son Rohan, who unlike his father played domestic cricket for Bengal. "I started by saying that he has not been a part of the Ranji Trophy winning team but thankfully he didn'
As reported by News Corp Australia's Ben Dorries earlier this week, broadcaster Channel Nine has given its endorsement of the move despite previous misgivings over leaving out star players. Nine and CA engaged in a war of words last summer when
IT takes a very rare commentator to call a memorable sporting moment a "wet dream of orgasmic proportions". But football voice Ray Hudson isn't averse to a strange turn of phrase while calling games...The late Tony Greig was always a favourite,
He can be stubborn, cussed and from time to time volcanically tempered. Mostly, when speaking to the press, whether novitiates he has rarely met or old stagers he has known for an age, he is buttoned up yet considered...Before issuing the
But it was the 129 she smashed against Tasmania the day before that has her in the eyes of the national selectors. She may even have been unlucky not to get a start in a northern hemisphere series in August after last season smashing two tons, her
McKay can't find a spot in the Melbourne Stars team, but on Sunday he'll likely lead Australia's pace attack into one-day battle against England. With Ashes hero Mitch Johnson likely to be rested from the series opener at the MCG, McKay looms as the
A nother senior India player looking to catch the attention of the selectors is Yuvraj Singh, who got the axe after a poor run in the ODIs against Australia and in South Africa. "You have one good season, one outstanding season, and you can comeback.