Opinion: The one-punch demise of Sydney Grade Cricket

Sydney Grade Cricket is terminally ill.

The judicial system is destroyed.

The once fruitful and competitive game has been erased by faceless suits on the Cricket New South Wales board.

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Opinion: Gentleman’s game? Keep dreamin’

 ‘Cricket: The Gentleman’s game’. It’s a phrase so robustly used by the upper cricketing echelons that fans could be forgiven for anticipating an old man’s match, debated instead of contested and located in a local country club rather than on the dustbowls of Hyderabad.

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Watch: The Aussie cricketers protecting Sydney’s grassroots

NSW and Sydney Sixers fast-bowler, Mickey Edwards, tells Sam Alexander how the Australian Cricketers’ Association is securing the future of cricket in Sydney and Australia. 

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Campbelltown Pubs Locking Out Lunatics

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Campbelltown pubs are taking the law into their own hands, imposing lockouts on themselves in an attempt to control drunken violence.

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Woolworths look to Aldi after sales plummet

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BUDGET buyers will be targeted as Woolworths looks to take action against a recent decline in sales.

Coles’ like-for-like sales are almost six times better than Woolworths, creating concern for stakeholders and an outlook of Woolworths being ‘too expensive’.

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