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I played club cricket against David Warner on Saturday – here’s the type of bloke he is

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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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Have the Wests Tigers found their next Farah?

 

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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The real reason Australia lost the Ashes

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.

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Why the future of Australian cricket is being undermined

Australian captain Steve Smith echoed predecessors by declaring his new-look side, which will take on New Zealand and West Indies this summer, is an ongoing part of a process of ‘generational change’.

But when will the change cease?

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