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Matthew Wade takes part in a wicketkeeping drill

Australia news

Australia viewers locked out of Ireland ODI

Australia's ODI against Ireland in South Africa has been ignored by the pay television operator Fox Sports, leaving followers in Australia without a legal means by which to watch it

Chris Rogers leads Somerset off

Exceptions prove the Rogers rule

That Chris Rogers' batting and leadership will be missed to the game is beyond dispute. But it is equally easy to conclude that the lessons learned over the past 18 years will be rare gold for Rogers in coaching ranks

Cricket ACT Chairman Ian McNamee, Jono Dean, ACT Minister for Tourism and Events Andrew Barr and Mike McKenna at the launch of the BBL's ticket sale

Australia news

McKenna joins CA management exodus

Mike McKenna has become the latest Cricket Australia executive to depart the governing body, accepting the job as chief executive of Perth's new Burswood Stadium

Steven Smith and Dinesh Chandimal exchange words

Australia in South Africa 2016-17

Let's get loud, says captain Steven Smith

Steven Smith has demanded his players find their voices and energy in the lead-up to the home summer, having pinpointed an uninspiring on-field attitude as one of the reasons for the team's recent Test-series defeat in Sri Lanka

Glenn Maxwell lifts one over the off side

Australia news

Maxwell's NSW move blocked by Victoria

A last-minute bid by Glenn Maxwell to move from Victoria to New South Wales for the 2016-17 season has been blocked by the Bushrangers, who chose to enforce the terms of his CA contract

Usman Khawaja falls lbw to Dilruwan Perera after missing a sweep shot

Australia news

Khawaja puts off spin dilemmas

Usman Khawaja is putting off the awkward questions raised by his horrid Sri Lanka tour in order to shore up his place in Australian cricket on home soil - starting with the Matador Cup next month

Batsman, cameraman: Joe Root can do just about everything

Television rights

Pooled rights deal may cause financial shift

International cricket is headed for a major financial shift as Australia, England and South Africa lead a push to sell overseas television rights in a collective bundle overseen by a new, independent administrative body

ICC CEO David Richardson presents Steven Smith with the Test mace

ICC news

Players urge ICC to adopt two-tier cricket

As a select group of senior administrators meet in Dubai to finalise a proposed model for radical changes to the game's schedule, the players have warned of a massed exodus to Twenty20 leagues if nothing is done.