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WHAT’S more valuable: an elite, one-handed player or someone who’s proficient with both?
It’s a question cricket coaches are pondering as the sport evolves in the direction of a potent new weapon — the ambidextrous cricketer.
Continue reading “Building the ‘ultimate’ cricketer: Revolution Australia must join”
A Glenn Maxwell-inspired Melbourne Stars have downed the Sydney Sixers by 5 wickets in a thrilling encounter on Sunday night.
Continue reading “Stars put Sixers in a spin”
Sydney Sixers and Aussie Women’s cricket star Ellyse Perry has been announced as the side’s first ever captain ahead of this year’s WBBL campaign.
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Sydney Sixers bowlers Jackson Bird and Stephen O’Keefe have put rival BBL batsman on red alert with the pair showing their quality in the Sixers disappointing loss on Sunday.
Continue reading “Silk pleased with progress of Manly pair”
Sydney Sixers captain Brad Haddin believes the side’s top order needs improving if the side is to knock of the Thunder, as the Sixers were downed by the Brisbane Heat by 6-runs on Sunday.
Continue reading “Haddin: Crunch moments costing us”
The Wests Tigers are looking to lock up their junior talent and have sighted young rake Daniel Peck as a successor to veteran Robbie Farah in a few years’ time.
Wests Tigers SG Ball coach Mathew Head, who had stints at St George Illawarra, Wests and Hull in his playing career, has had his eye on Peck since day one and thinks the teenager’s maturity on the field defies his age.
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Many have not been able to answer the question over how Australia can be rolled for 136 at Edgbaston and 60 at Trent Bridge while the POMs pile on the runs.
It all comes down to Australian batsmen adopting a foreign tactic in unfamiliar conditions, and its ramifications were severe.
Continue reading “The real reason Australia lost the Ashes”