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Women’s Ashes second T20 washed out as Australia suffer further injury blow

Australia have another Ashes concern with Tayla Vlaeminick added to their injured list, before their second Twenty20 against England was washed out. Just 4.1 overs

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History-maker Glenn Maxwell smashes BBL records with brutal 154 from 64 balls

Glenn Maxwell’s all-out assault on Hobart has netted him and the Melbourne Stars the highest scores in BBL history, handing the Hurricanes a reality check

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New Zealand’s white ball series in Australia postponed due to Covid protocols

New Zealand’s limited-overs tour of Australia has been postponed indefinitely due to uncertainty over when the visitors would be able to return home due to

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Australia dealt Ashes blow after Beth Mooney breaks jaw in training incident

Beth Mooney’s Ashes appear over and her World Cup campaign is in doubt after the world’s best Twenty20 batter suffered a broken jaw at Australia’s

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Joe Root wants to lead England into new era despite final Ashes humiliation

Joe Root has declared himself ready to lead England’s Test team into a new and potentially more successful era after their latest miserable collapse saw

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Usman Khawaja to open in final Ashes Test with Marcus Harris axed

Opener Marcus Harris has been axed for the fifth Ashes Test in Hobart, where Australia are upbeat Scott Boland will prove his fitness and play.

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Mitchell Starc ‘not looking for a break’ with selectors to make final Ashes Test call

Mitchell Starc feels physically ready to play all five Tests this summer, declaring it will purely be the selectors’ call if he misses the Hobart

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Australia name debutant Alana King in women’s Ashes squad

Legspinner Alana King is on the cusp of an international debut in the women’s Ashes after being included in Australia’s 15-player squad for the series.

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Broad’s dismissal of Warner reminds Ashes fans what might have been | Geoff Lemon

When Stuart Broad took David Warner’s edge on the first day of the Sydney Test, into the slip cordon to be safely clasped, it felt