Brydon Coverdale

Assistant editor at ESPNcricinfo @brydoncoverdale

Shane Warne, Arthur Morris, Ian Healy, Allan Border and Neil Harvey were named in Australia's Test team of the century

Australia news

'A better bloke you couldn't find' - Harvey

Neil Harvey has remembered his fellow 'Invincible', Arthur Morris, as "a great team man" and one of the best players Australia has produced

Arthur Morris accepts his Hall of Fame award

Australia news

'Invincibles' opener Arthur Morris dies at 93

Former Australia Test captain Arthur Morris, the leading scorer for his country in the 1948 Ashes series on Don Bradman's famous Invincibles tour, has passed away at age 93

Michael Clarke takes the plaudits after scoring a maiden Test century

Michael Clarke's retirement

Clarke's magnificent seven

With Michael Clarke set to retire from international cricket after the fifth Test at The Oval, we look at seven of his best performances over an 11-year-long career

Chris Rogers takes the applause as he walks back for 173

Chris Rogers retires

Why Australia will miss Chris Rogers

Chris Rogers' batting could be considered slow and bland, but the numbers show that is only relative. And there's no denying his effectiveness

Darren Lehmann and Michael Clarke have a chat

The Investec Ashes 2015

Lehmann safe despite Ashes debacle

Darren Lehmann's position as coach is not in danger, but the team's style of play away from home will be reviewed after England reclaimed the Ashes, the Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland has said

Peter Nevill brought up his fifty early on the third day

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Ashes Test, Edgbaston, 3rd day

Bell guides England to 2-1 Ashes lead

Ian Bell's second fifty of the match ensured a 2-1 series lead for England and snuffed out any hopes Australia raised during a tail-end fight that set England a target of 121

Steven Finn was on a hat-trick after removing Adam Voges first-ball

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Ashes Test, Edgbaston, 2nd day

Finn puts England in touching distance

On a dramatic second day at Edgbaston, Steven Finn claimed five wickets and ran through Australia so comprehensively that their survival until stumps was an achievement in itself

James Anderson appeals successfully for David Warner's wicket

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Ashes Test, Edgbaston, 1st day

England in control after Anderson's six

Australia were skittled for 136 on the first day at Edgbaston, where James Anderson led a magnificent display of swing and seam bowling that made full use of the conditions