Michael Jeh

Perspectives from down under, in more ways than one

Peter Siddle poses with junior cricketers

Australia's grassroots problem

Is it worth forking out the equivalent of a month's mortgage for your ten-year-old to play for a representative team?

Kids play on the hill during a rain delay

Is spin Australia's future?

Going by the number of spinners in a recent U-11 trial in Brisbane, it looks like Australia's attack might come to be dominated by slow bowlers in the future

A knife in the back

Cricket Australia's decision to sack Mickey Arthur after having supported him in disciplining and rotating players betrays the management's muddled thinking

Australian cricket's single voice

New administrative reforms mean the board is more equally representative of the states, and that there is an admirable new focus on the health of the national game