Former assistant earns promotion
Jul 18, 2006: Alex Kountouris, the former Sri Lanka physiotherapist, will replace the long-serving Errol Alcott in Australia's set-up this summer
Alcott departs after 22 years of care
Jun 8, 2006: Errol Alcott has ended his 22-year association with Australian cricket to work with the South Sydney rugby league club
Allrounder back to full training in six weeks
May 30, 2006: Andrew Symonds was due to have surgery in Melbourne today on a minor but long-standing wrist problem
Australia in South Africa 2005-06
Mar 1, 2006: Errol Alcott is worried Ricky Ponting will almost certainly miss the second and third matches against South Africa and there are fears he will not take any part in the one-day campaign
South Africa in Australia, 2005-06
Dec 28, 2005: Justin Langer is on course to play in next week's third cricket Test against South Africa in Sydney
Oct 19, 2003: Cricket Australia today announced that fast-bowler Brett Lee will not take any further part in the second 3 Test against Zimbabwe and has been ruled out of the Travelex One-Day International Tour of India due to a torn abdominal muscle.
Oct 12, 2003: Australian fast-bowler Jason Gillespie and leg-spinner Stuart MacGill will miss the remainder of the first 3 Test against Zimbabwe in Perth due to injury.
Jul 31, 2003: Following an injured left ankle, Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath has been ruled out of the VB Series of one-day internationals against Bangladesh and will return home to Sydney today (31 July)
Mar 17, 2003: Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland today announced that the National Selection Panel (NSP) has chosen the following 15 players to take part in the Test leg of the 2003 Travelex Tour of the West Indies.
The country produces captivating cricketers, and the global game cannot afford to rest until Pakistan is fully restored to the fold
Stats highlights from the first ODI between India and South Africa in Kanpur
The cricket world reacts to the incidents of bottle-throwing during the second India-South Africa T20 in Cuttack that caused two interruptions in play
After making his maiden Ranji Trophy appearance for Haryana, Virender Sehwag spent a day at the Sehwag International School. While offering tips to youngsters, he recalled some memories of his first Ranji match
Our readers give their opinions on cricket's greatest speed-merchants, the future of West Indies cricket, the protective-gear paradox, and get nostalgic about Hyderabad
It looks like he has lost his main weapon in an attempt to get his bowling speeds up
The fastest Pakistan bowler to 50 Test wickets is reviving the art of legspin and is expected to bamboozle batsmen, just like Ajmal and Rehman did three years ago in UAE
In his new role, at No.4, he wants to shape an innings, rather than finish it. Those intentions cannot be faulted, but the knock on effect is that Ajinkya Rahane is left in the cold