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Sports - Cricket

Fit-again Starc relishing return for Aust

Mitchell Starc makes his return to action for Australia against Pakistan on Monday in the team's second Champions Trophy warm-up.

Cricketers stand by stance in pay dispute

Left-arm quick Mitchell Starc insists the Australia players have no intentions of buckling in their pay dispute with Cricket Australia.

Head happy to occupy ODI middle order role

Travis Head says he's more than happy to play the middle-order finisher role for Australia in the Champions Trophy cricket tournament.

CA again reject ACA's third party request

Cricket Australia have reportedly rejected a second request for third party mediation from the ACA as the pay dispute with the players continues.

Century helps Finch lock down opening spot

Opener Aaron Finch has staked his claim to partner David Warner in the Champions Trophy with a century against Sri Lanka in a warm-up game at The Oval.

Aussies see off Sri Lanka in Oval warm-up

A century from Aaron Finch and an unbeaten 85 from Travis Head laid the foundations for Australia's two-wicket Champions Trophy warm-up win over Sri Lanka.

Zampa vows to be a factor for Australia

Adam Zampa is hoping England's current heatwave continues and the legspinner will get conditions to suit during the Champions Trophy.

Sri Lanka set Australia 319 for ODI win

Australia will need to chase down 319 for victory in their Champions Trophy warm-up match against Sri Lanka at The Oval.

Bracewell hit for 100 hours community work

Black Caps bowler Doug Bracewell has been disqualified from driving for a year after drink-driving in March.

Kiwis in landmark ODI loss to Bangladesh

Bangladesh have made history with a five-wicket defeat of New Zealand in Dublin although the Black Caps are tri-series winners.

England's Ashes tour games confirmed

England will warm up for this summer's Ashes with tour matches in Perth, Adelaide and Townsville.

Australia still pondering opening options

Steve Smith says Australia will use both of their Champions Trophy warm-up matches to decide who will partner David Warner at the top of the order.

Smith hopeful of cricket pay resolution

Steve Smith has welcomed reports Cricket Australia will consider allowing independent mediation to help end the pay dispute with players.

ACA launch cricket sponsorship power play

The Australian Cricketers Association have launched a fresh offensive in their hostile pay dispute with Cricket Australia.

Head hoping record holds him good stead

Travis Head is confident his strong form for Australia last summer will be enough to earn him a spot in the Champions Trophy opener on June 2.

Hussey helps put Tas cricket back on track

A review of Tasmanian cricket by former Test star Mike Hussey has made 33 recommendations, including more focused player recruitment.

CA risk pushing players to T20 clubs: ACA

Australian Cricketers' Association boss Alistair Nicholson says the prospect of Twenty20 franchises signing uncontracted stars is genuine and 'dangerous'.

Six questions, six months out from Ashes

There are six months to go until the first Ashes Test starts in Brisbane but already there is plenty of intrigue around cricket's showpiece series.

CA gambled on greed in pay talks: Chappell

Former Australia captain Ian Chappell is impressed with modern-day players' response to Cricket Australia attempts to 'splinter' them during pay talks.

Pay row won't distract Australia: Stoinis

Allrounder Marcus Stoinis says the players' ongoing pay dispute with Cricket Australia won't be a distraction during the Champions Trophy.

Australia set to unleash fearsome foursome

James Pattinson, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc could play together for the first time when Australia face Sri Lanka on Friday.

Usman Khawaja to captain Australia A

Usman Khawaja and Glenn Maxwell have been included in a 14-man Australia A squad to tour South Africa in July.

Aussie 'big four' pacemen together at last

Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc and James Pattinson look set to play together for the first time in Australia's ICC Champions Trophy campaign.

Vakarewa, Aley named for women's World Cup

Australia's cricket selectors have named the women's World Cup squad, giving Belinda Vakarewa and Sarah Aley a chance at an ODI debut.

Ashes player strike won't happen: Lehmann

Darren Lehmann admits Australian cricket's pay dispute will prove a distraction at the ICC Champions Trophy but is confident an Ashes boycott won't happen.

Stoinis cleared for Champions Trophy

Allrounder Marcus Stoinis is set to be fit for Australia's Champions Trophy campaign.

No progress in cricket pay dispute

Cricket Australia says there's been no progress made on a pay dispute with players that could threaten this summer's Ashes series.

Smith skippers Pune to IPL decider

Steve Smith's Rising Pune Supergiant have reached the IPL final after beating Mumbai Indians by 20 runs.

Cricket pay dispute continues to rumble

Matthew Wade says Australian cricketers will do 'what it takes' to maintain the revenue-sharing model that has been in place for 20 years.

Ashes in jeopardy over pay dispute: Warner

David Warner says Australia's cricketers 'won't buckle at all' in their pay dispute with Cricket Australia and this summer's Ashes series might be a casualty.

Australian cricket's ugly pay war

Cricket Australia and its players remain locked in protracted pay talks that seem to be going nowhere, with neither party willing to budge on a key issue.

Aussie cricketers want mediation: union

The June 30 deadline is fast approaching but pay talks between Australia's star cricketers and Cricket Australia remain at a standstill.

Maxwell cops Sehwag spray after IPL exit

Glenn Maxwell and Shaun Marsh were both criticised by Kings XI Punjab coach Virender Sehwag after the Australians folded in a virtual IPL elimination final.

Cricket body respond to Aussie pay threat

The Australian Cricketers' Association has slammed Cricket Australia's handling of the ongoing pay dispute.

Warner hits out as Mumbai hit the summit

David Warner was the star as his Sunrisers Hyderabad scored a dominant win over Gujarat Lions in the Indian Premier League.

Aussie cricketers in CA pay threat: report

Australia's top cricketers have reportedly been threatened with no pay beyond June 30 unless they accept a proposed overhaul of player remuneration.

Jason Gillespie named to coach Australia A

Australia A will be coached by Jason Gillespie, Brad Haddin and Chris Rogers during a trip to South Africa.

Aussies ready for pointy end of IPL season

Steve Smith, David Warner and Glenn Maxwell will have little respite before the Champions Trophy if their Indian Premier League sides advance to the final.

Jury out on "favourites" England: Starc

Australian quick Mitchell Starc says the jury is out on how self proclaimed "deserved" favourites England will cope in the cut-throat Champions Trophy.

Cricket pay dispute no distraction: Starc

A pay dispute will not be a distraction for Australia's cricketers at the Champions Trophy in England, fast bowler Mitchell Starc insists.

Aussie quicks keen to 'wreak havoc': Starc

Fast bowler Mitchell Starc is excited about teaming up with Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood and James Pattinson at next month's Champions Trophy in England.

Wagner keen for taste of ODI action

Black Caps paceman Neil Wagner is likely to make his ODI debut in the side's tri-series clash with Ireland in Dublin this weekend.

Perth Stadium misses out on Ashes Test

The WACA will host the third Test match between Australia and England, but the new Perth Stadium could host an ODI match between the two countries in January.

Maxwell shows Kings XI the way in IPL win

Chris Lynn top-scored for the match but it wasn't enough for the Kolkata Knight Riders who were brought undone by Glenn Maxwell and Kings XI Punjab.

NSW hope for Warner-like change from SOK

Test spinner Steve O'Keefe, who was fined $20,000 for a drunken outburst last month, will start his road to redemption at pre-season training with NSW.

Cricket Australia extend Howard's contract

Pat Howard's tenure as Cricket Australia's high-performance manager will continue until 2019.

Glenn Maxwell opts against shift to SCG

Cricket NSW has confirmed star allrounder Glenn Maxwell won't be playing for the Blues in the 2017-18 Sheffield Shield season.

Venue for Perth Ashes Test still unknown

The venue for this summer's third Ashes Test is set to be finalised later this month, with Cricket Australia upbeat it will be Perth's new $1.2 billion stadium.

Marcus Stoinis sweats on scan results

Marcus Stoinis could be a late scratching from Australia's Champions Trophy squad, with the injured allrounder and selectors sweating on the results of scans.

Worcestershire sign Lyon for county cameo

Australian spinner Nathan Lyon will replace allrounder John Hastings at Worcestershire during the Champions Trophy tournament.