• CA monitoring England series

    The head of Cricket Australia's (CA) security unit is expected to arrive in Bangladesh in order to expedite the required security

  • Troubled Kyrgios eyes more time off next year

    Troubled Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios indicates he will play fewer tournaments in 2017 after his meltdown at the Shanghai Masters saw him slapped with an eight-week ban.

  • Watson hits back at Clarke over 'tumour' jibe

    Shane Watson has hit back at Michael Clarke's claim he was part of a group that was "like a tumour" in Australia's cricket team, saying it reflected poorly on the former captain.

  • Summer to make or break Smith's captaincy: Waugh

    Australian great Steve Waugh says the summer Test series against South Africa and Pakistan is shaping up as make or break for Steve Smith's captaincy of the national side.

  • 'Bad boy' Kyrgios banned for Shanghai tantrums

    Tennis 'bad boy' Nick Kyrgios has been banned for eight tournament weeks for his conduct during his defeat at the Shanghai Masters last week, the governing body for men's tennis (ATP) says.

  • Watson part of Aussie team 'tumour': Clarke

    Former Australia captain Michael Clarke revisits old feuds, describing Shane Watson as part of a group that was "like a tumour" on the team.

  • Thai clubs await fate as league cancelled to mourn king

    The Football Association of Thailand says it will meet clubs to explain its decision to scrap the season with three matches to go following the death of revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

  • Angered family walks out on final day of Hughes inquest

    The family of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes walked out of an inquest into his death after a submission from the lawyer for Cricket Australia that the coroner should not rule on claims the batsman been subject to threatening language.

  • Six Australia Test spots up for grabs: Taylor

    Former Australia captain Mark Taylor says six spots are contestable in the national team ahead of the first Test against South Africa next month.

  • Marsh to stand down as Australia's chief selector

    Australia will have a new chairman of selectors before the next Ashes series after Cricket Australia says that Rodney Marsh would not be seeking to stay on in the role when his contract expires next year.

  • South Africa win 5-0 despite Warner epic

    David Warner hits a magnificent century for Australia but could not prevent South Africa from completing a clean sweep by winning the fifth and final ODI

  • Malaysia frees Australia's 'Budgie Nine' after F1 stunt

    Nine Australian men who provoked anger in Malaysia by donning skimpy swimwear bearing the Muslim country's national flag at a Formula 1 race are released without charge.

  • Marauding Miller seals a thriller

    South Africa beat Australia by four wickets in the third one-day international at Kingsmead on Wednesday to clinch the five-match series after an epic run chase.

  • Bailey points finger at top order

    George Bailey believes Australia's top order should take their share of responsibility for the team's poor performances in South

  • SA-Aus first ODI today

    Australia's fast bowling reserves will be put to the test during a five-match one-day international series against South Africa

  • Aus raconteur bowler Max Walker dead at 68

    Former Australia medium-pace bowler and colourful television commentator Max Walker dies at the age of 68 after a long battle with skin cancer.

  • Bowling actions of Arafat and Taskin found to be legal

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) announces that following remedial work and re-assessments, the bowling actions of Bangladesh’s Arafat Sunny and Taskin Ahmed have been found to be legal. Taskin is likely to be included as the 14th member of the squad for the 3-match ODI series against Afghanistan.

  • Shakib on the verge of unique milestone

    Bangladesh ace allrounder Shakib Al Hasan is just two wickets away from becoming the only man in world cricket to be his country's most successful bowler in all three forms of the game.

  • AB De Villiers misses ODI against Ireland

    South Africa captain AB de Villiers is to skip Sunday's one-day international against Ireland to allow further recovery time from an elbow injury ahead of a five-match series against Australia.

  • Australia's Mitchell Starc

    Smith backs Starc for Proteas tests

    Australia captain Steve Smith thinks Mitchell Starc will be fit to face South Africa in November despite a freak accident in training last week that left the pace bowler with a "gruesome" injury.

  • Former Eng batter Hick named Aus batting coach

    Former England batsman Graeme Hick is appointed as Australia's new fulltime batting coach after initially working with the team on a temporary basis.

  • Clarke picks commentary over BBL

    Michael Clarke will be seen behind the microphone during the Australian summer after he penned a contract as a commentator

  • Super-sub Cahill sinks UAE

    Tim Cahill comes off the bench to score with only his second touch as Australia edge the United Arab Emirates 1-0.

  • Australia's Glenn Maxwell

    Run records highlight bat-ball disparity

    After first England and then Australia rewrite the cricket record books just days apart, some commentators are warning that a glut of runs risks wrecking the art of bowling and turning off fans.

  • ABD back from injury to face Australia

    South Africa's talismanic captain AB de Villiers recovers from injury and is included in the Proteas squad for the one-day series at home against Australia.

  • Taskin, Sunny leave tonight for Brisbane test

    Bangladesh bowlers Taskin Ahmed and Arafat Sunny are due to fly to Australia tonight to test their respective bowling actions at an ICC-accredited centre in Brisbane on September 8.

  • David Warner

    Aussies win final ODI

    Australia's stand-in skipper David Warner leads by example, hitting a brilliant century in their five-wicket win against Sri Lanka to complete a 4-1 series victory.

  • Kyrgios quits US Open in tears

    A tearful Nick Kyrgios, a dark horse to win the US Open, retires from his third-round match against Ukraine's Illya Marchenko with a hip injury.

  • Starc, Hazlewood to miss S.Africa tour

    Australia fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood will miss the tour of South Africa to rest ahead of a busy international programme at home.

  • Aus clinch ODI series

    John Hastings claims six wickets before Aaron Finch and George Bailey's attacking half-centuries power Australia to a series clinching win.