Arshdeep Singh Cricketer

Indian fast bowler Arshdeep Singh has been unfairly targeted for dropping the catch albeit in a crucial game, and against Pakistan. All cricketers, both big and small have dropped catches in important games. Arshdeep is no exception and thus should not be at the receiving end. But the trolls hadRead More →

ICC T20 2022 Australia Squad announced

The National Selection Panel (NSP) has named the below Australian (men’s) squad for the Qantas Tour of India and the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia. The side will travel to India for three T20 Internationals in September before returning home to play the West Indies, England and IndiaRead More →

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has today confirmed the men’s Future Tours Program (FTP). The new men’s FTP begins in April 2023 and concludes in March 2027. The announcement follows yesterday’s confirmation of the women’s FTP schedule. Australian Men’s and Women’s full FTP schedule (click to view) Highlights include:  IncreaseRead More →

Among 2022 Queens' Birthday Honours Shane Warne AO

Cricket Australia congratulates all members of the Australian cricket family who have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2022 for their contribution to cricket and the community. Australian women’s captain Meg Lanning was awarded Member (AM) of the General Division for significant service to women’s cricket at the elite level. The six-time ICC World CupRead More →

Matthew Mott New English ODI T20 coach

Cricket Australia congratulates Australian Women’s Team Head Coach, Matthew Mott, on his appointment as coach of the England Men’s One-Day International and Twenty20 sides. It was during Mott’s seven-year tenure that the Australian Women’s Team became one of the most successful sporting teams in Australian history, claiming two Twenty20 WorldRead More →

Cricket Australia Sri Lanka tour

Cricket Australia has named the following men’s squads for the Qantas Tour of Sri Lanka. Australia plays three T20 Internationals, five One-Day Internationals and two Test matches in Kandy, Colombo and Galle from early June to mid-July. Australia A will play two one-day and four-day matches. A number of playersRead More →