India vs Australia: Marcus Harris shows he well and truly belongs to the Test arena with stroke-filled 70 on Day 1 at Perth
Marcus Harris scored a wonderful 70 off 141 balls to put Australia into a commendable position of 277-6 after the first day of the second Test in Perth.
Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann takes up new job of grooming young cricketing talent in country
Lehmann, who worked with National Cricket Centre in Brisbane before taking charge of the national team, will oversee the development of the National Performance Squad (NPS)
"I'm delighted to have the opportunity to play alongside some very experienced players and the exciting young talent that is coming through at Taunton," said Matt Renshaw.
Phillip Hughes' inquest: Senior Australian cricketers urge umpires to step in if sledging goes too far
An inquest into Phillip Hughes' death prompted senior Australian cricketers to urge umpires to step in if sledging goes too far.
Big Bash League (BBL) franchise Melbourne Renegades' chief executive Stuart Coventry has confirmed they will not re-sign swashbuckling West Indian opener Chris Gayle for next summer's tournament.
Test cricket, 21st century style: Amid scepticism and curiosity, Adelaide gets ready for pink ball showdown
While playing with a pink ball under lights is an anathema to staunch cricket traditionalists, administrators are pointing to dwindling crowds and outdated scheduling as they attempt to move the Test format into the 21st century.
An inexperienced and immature Australian team desperately needed some gravitas, and Rogers' assuredness – both on-and-off the pitch – was exactly the right tonic.
Chris Rogers is retiring from international cricket after this week's Ashes finale against England, the Australia opener announced on Tuesday.
England head into the fourth Test against Australia at Trent Bridge starting on Thursday knowing they are just one win away from recapturing the Ashes yet being equally aware they've yet to string back-to-back victories together in Tests in 2015.
England captain Alastair Cook wants his side to seize their chance to become Ashes heroes
LIVE updates from Day 2 of 3rd Ashes Test between England and Australia at Edgbaston
Chris Rogers was left to rue a lack of fight on the part of his fellow Australia batsmen as England dominated the first day
James Anderson returned the best Ashes figures of his career as England took charge on the first day of third Ashes Test
Australia opener Chris Rogers has revealed how he thought his career was finished after suffering an on-field dizzy spell during the second Ashes Test at Lord's.
An unsuspecting fan was left embarrassed when she went to take her seat at Lord's but ended up on the floor. Unluckily for her, it was shown live on the big screen to the rest of the crowd and even the players.
Mitchell Johnson took three for 27 as England were dismissed in a mere 37 overs.
Live scores of day 4 of 2nd Ashes Test at Lord's.
David Warner made England pay for missing him on nought with a brisk fifty as Australia strengthened their iron grip on the second Ashes Test at Lord's on Saturday.
Live score and updates of the second Ashes Test, Day 3 at Lord's
Mitchell Johnson returned to haunt England as they suffered a top-order collapse on the second day of the second Ashes Test