Cricket’s governing body should in future stay out of the heated debate about the position of Australia Day on the calendar, a state association president has said.
A move to install the former Test wicketkeeper as a Cricket Australia director has been abandoned amid opposition to an amateur T20 league he wants to take around the country.
Cricket is divided over the move to drop ‘Australia Day’ from marketing material for BBL games on January 26, with some teams supportive and others planning to ignore the suggestion.
Cricket Australia has begun interviewing India players about their allegations of abuse from members of the crowd during the Sydney Test.
Less than 24 hours after the Indians reported being targets of racial slurs from spectators, CA and NSW Police opened investigations after new claims of abuse on Sunday.
BBL10 will see its first Sydney home game on January 13 with Cricket Australia confirming matches in the harbour city will go ahead at 50 per cent crowd capacity.
David Warner is already under an injury cloud but his Boxing Day plans could be derailed entirely if he is not permitted to enter CA’s hub in Melbourne.
Nick Hockley says the sport has time on its side as it remains hopeful of staging the third Test between Australia and India at the SCG from January 7.
The battle continues in the courts between Cricket Australia and Seven West Media but the sport’s governing body is now happy to let the on-field action speak for itself.
A draconian ruling on the much-loved hotel room standard has perturbed some who cannot understand why their room can be serviced by staff yet the fridge cannot be re-stocked.
Cricket Australia’s lawyers have implored Seven West Media to “promote the game of cricket in Australia” as a court case looms.
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Seven West Media managing director James Warburton has intensified his attack on Cricket Australia but CA chief Nick Hockley maintains the sport will deliver what it promised.
While Cricket Australia maintains the first Test against India from December 17 will remain in Adelaide, South Australian Premier Steven Marshall could not guarantee that.
Further questions have been raised about the approach taken by the national men’s team to the Black Lives Matter movement.
New Cricket Victoria chairman David Maddocks is starting to make his presence felt and says there is no reason why Cricket Australia chairman Earl Eddings cannot seek a three-year extension.
Cricket Australia have made good their pledge to continue grow the women’s game, digging deep to keep the WBBL as the world’s top T20 league.
Sources say Kasprowicz had questioned the leadership at CA and grown frustrated with how the board functioned.
Selector Trevor Hohns has been given another year on his contract, as Cricket Australia enters a crucial phase in the bid to save the limited-overs tour of England.
Cricket Australia’s decision to axe the English Dukes cricket ball from the Sheffield Shield this summer, in part due to player criticism, hasn’t been met kindly by the manufacturer.
While CA prepares to announce redundancies, the future of CA’s chief executive is also becoming increasingly uncertain.
Usman Khawaja has expressed disappointment at Cricket Australia’s financial “mismanagement”, admitting he was shocked to learn of its cash-flow woes.
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