Australian cricket January 30, 2007

Will King coach Australia?

Alex Brown writes in The Age Bennett King, the West Indies coach, has been “sounded out” about replacing John Buchanan.

Alex Brown writes in The Age Bennett King, the West Indies coach, has been “sounded out” about replacing John Buchanan.

The Centre of Excellence coach Tim Nielsen remains the favourite to assume Buchanan's position after the World Cup, but Cricket Australia's subcommittee nonetheless has decided to expand its search in the aftermath of Tom Moody's withdrawal.

Tickets for Friday’s Australia-England one-dayer in Sydney are being resold for $5 online, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph.

In the Herald Sun Jon Pierik looks at the lack of interest in World Cup tickets.

Lyall Johnson profiles Kumar Sarna, an 18-year-old who was born in New Delhi and has made the Australia Under-19 squad, in The Age.

Peter English is former Australasia editor of ESPNcricinfo

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