Australia is arguably the most successful cricketing nation.
Cricket sport. Involving Australia and other nations in Test matches including the Ashes, ODI one day internationals and T20 twenty-twenty games
Australia is arguably the most successful cricketing nation.
Australian cricket has always been the stuff that legends are made of, and that would be putting it mildly.
SPECIAL FEATURE: Negative stereotypes associated with mental health issues were once a matter of shame and embarrassment, only to be discussed quietly in fear of being branded as “weak”.
Let's take a look at some of the great Aussie test match cricket bowling partnerships.
Bring back the 'tash! So often the greatest moments in Ashes cricket history have been accompanied by a sensational moustache...
No World Cup final could have been more exciting or demonstrated so clearly the passion, excitement and camaraderie that sport has to offer. The greatest game of one day cricket of all time?
The Aussie cricketing faithful starting to believe that it could indeed be their year.
OPINION & ANALYSIS: The general public might love the game, but we have no ownership or direct influence over it. The only means we might have to effect meaningful reform is by voting with our feet.
We’ve teamed up with Lord’s Cricket Ground to offer you the chance to win two tickets to the final Vitality Blast match between Middlesex and Essex Eagles on Thursday!
The Vitality Blast T20 explodes at of the home of cricket on Thursday nights, with an array of international stars set to thrill on the hallowed turf in London. Catch the action, with tickets just £25 for adults.
Justin Langer has been announced as Australia's new head coach after Darren Lehmann resigned in the aftermath of the ball-tampering scandal.
According to media reports, disgraced cricketer David Warner is in talks to line up a million-dollar tell-all interview to share his side of the ball tampering story.
WATCH: A clearly distressed now former Australian cricket captain emotionally addressed the media in Sydney about his role in the ball tampering saga after being banned and sent home in disgrace.
Australia's ball tampering trio have been handed lengthy bans by the country's cricketing authority.
WATCH: Footage has emerged of disgraced cricketer Cameron Bancroft appearing to show him putting sugar in his pocket during the recent Ashes series.
OPINION & ANALYSIS: With the values of the Baggy Green forever tarnished, the book must be thrown at Steve Smith and his team over the ball tampering outrage, writes Charlie Inglefield.
A shaky chase, but the home side saw it through to level matters going into the third Test after a feisty second encounter in what has already been a gripping series.
The Proteas are still in search for their first home series win against Australia since re-admission while the Aussies are keen to build on their Ashes glory.
Roger Federer’s latest Grand Slam triumph in Australia has raised the question: is he the greatest sportsperson ever? There are a few Aussies in the mix for selection.
Taking on South Africa on in their own backyard gives Australia the perfect opportunity to prove the Ashes series win was not a one-off, writes Charlie Inglefield.
After England wilt to a four-nil series decimation in a sweltering Sydney, CHARLIE INGLEFIELD picks over the remains while saluting the ruthless Aussies.
Congratulations to Australia, there is a lot to be excited about. As for England, it has been a near total disaster, writes CHARLIE INGLEFIELD.
It's do or die for Joe Roots troops. Can England actually win at the WACA for the first time in 39 years and keep their Ashes dream alive?
Will England recover from their Gabba capitulation? As the teams head to Adelaide, momentum is with Australia and Smith, Warner and their bowling pack look ominous.
England fight back on a tense but enthralling first day’s play at the Gabba, writes Charlie Inglefield.
Brisbane’s ‘Gabbatoir’ is ready for the England cricket team but are they ready for it? CHARLIE INGLEFIELD assesses the chances of Joe Root’s legion conjuring up an epic first Test upset over Steve Smith’s men at their favourite hunting ground.
Australian cricket legend Shane Warne denies reports he assaulted a woman at a London nightclub.
Where does the legend of the Australian cricketer’s ‘Devil’s number 87 come from? Are there any other peculiarly Australia superstitions?
Historic Aboriginal artifacts relating to the 1868 Aboriginal cricket tour of England have been uncovered at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM), in Exeter.
WATCH: A player cops it where it hurts. Richie Benaud calls it as he sees it.
Our esteemed selectors have picked a team of the most delicious players in this year's Cricket World Cup. Check out their form for yourself.
There's a BBQ at Richie's house this Australia Day and everyone's invited, except the 12th Man, in the 2015 edition of the traditional Aussie Lambassador advert.
Australia stops to join in mourning with family, friends and cricket players gathered in a small country town for the funeral of Phillip Hughes.
Cricket players, celebrities, politicians, family and locals come together in Australian country town for funeral of Phillip Hughes.
Some of the best #putoutyourbats tribute photos as cricket lovers join extraordinary outpouring of grief for Phil Hughes.
For the first, and probably the last time Prime Minister Tony Abbott joined the commentary box at the Ashes test in Sydney.
English actress Elizabeth Hurley has reportedly lost her cool at Perth airport today, allegedly pushing and verbally insulting Channel 10 journalist Caty Price as she question Liz and her fiance Shane Warne about last night's T20 Big Bash League.
Australian cricketer Doug Bollinger and American singer Katy Perry may face charges from an Indian court, after claims of 'indecency' were alleged following the opening show of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in April.
Despite being handed an ultimatum by her W-League club to quit cricket or be sacked, dual international Ellyse Perry is adamant she can still do it all.
Indian police have arrested and charged Australian cricketer Luke Pomersbach. He faces up to three years in jail after being charged with molestation, assault and house-breaking after allegedly groping a 27-year-old American woman in New Delhi.
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke married model Kyly Boldy in front of the their families in a secret ceremony on Tuesday.
Fit-again paceman Mitchell Johnson has opened up about the depth of his mental battles last year, revealing he lost his love of the game and would have contemplated retirement had he not injured his toe.
Australia seamer Mitchell Starc has been deported from the UK after a problem with his visa prevented him playing for Yorkshire.
Being a Pom, you might think it a bit strange that I should be feeling more or less Australian since relocating to Switzerland from Sydney 18 months ago.
Australia's Test cricket success under skipper Michael Clarke has masked problems that could be exposed by great challenges looming over the next 18 months.
Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger knows you can't always get what you want and it seems Shane Watson can't find a way to end his long wait for a third Test hundred.
When times are tough in next year's bid to regain the Ashes in England, Australia's cricketers can draw on their comeback win over the West Indies in Barbados to show nothing is impossible.
Australia's bowlers landed the psychological blows in Barbados on Tuesday they feel can carry them through the rest of their Test series against the West Indies.
It seemed impossible 12 months ago but Australia can overtake England in cricket's Test world rankings if results go their way during the series against the West Indies starting this week.
Australia captain Michael Clarke's sparkling form with the willow was rewarded with the No.1 spot on the International Cricket Council's batsmen rankings.