May 20, 2002: The prospect of following in the footsteps of Queensland's mostsuccessful captain was welcomed today by his heir, XXXX Queensland Bullsopening batsman Jimmy Maher.
May 17, 2002: Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland today announced that the National Selection Panel (NSP) has chosen the Australian squad for TOWER Super Challenge II, the June one-day international series between Australia and
May 16, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced a significant sponsorship agreement with TOWER for the naming rights of Super Challenge II, the June one-day international series between Australia and Pakistan in Melbourne and Brisbane.
Apr 3, 2002: International cricket will again move indoors when Pakistan visits Australia for a series of three limited-overs matches in June, it was announced in Melbourne today.
Apr 3, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced that Melbourne and Brisbane will host a three-match one-day international series between Australia and Pakistan in June 2002.
Jul 19, 2001: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced the cancellation of the forth-coming Super Challenge one-day international series, scheduled for Melbourne and Brisbane in September, following advice from the Board of Control for Cricket in India
Jun 27, 2001: The Gabba will showcase a bumper season of international cricket this summer with confirmation today that Brisbane will host a One Day International between Australia and India in September.
May 11, 2001: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) explored new ground - literally and metaphorically - last year when it staged a One-Day International series in the depths of winter
May 11, 2001: Contrary to reports in various newspapers and agencies, India has not yet accepted the invitation from the Australian Cricket Board (ACB) to play a three match one-day series in Australia in September
Apr 12, 2001: Hard on the heels of its thrilling Test series win over the world's number one team, India has been invited to participate in a series of three one-day internationals in Australia in September
Sep 7, 2000: Lower levels of New Zealand cricket will make a huge leap forward if recommendations on the future of club, schools and districts cricket by a high-powered committee are accepted
Aug 21, 2000: It was the 1620th ODI in cricket history
Aug 20, 2000: Australian captain Steve Waugh was very disappointed at his team's loss in the final match of the Super Challenge 2000 series against South Africa but said that he was "astonished" at the two over deduction made to his team's allocated overs as it
Aug 20, 2000: Their countrymen might only have tied the series
Aug 20, 2000: So what to make of the Colonial experience
Aug 18, 2000: Australian skipper Stephen Waugh undoubtedly disappointed his side couldn't wrap up the series
Aug 18, 2000: Thoughts from some of the 35,000 present...
Aug 18, 2000: It was as if he hadn't been away from the game at all given the way Jason Gillespie made his return to the Australian team
Aug 18, 2000: New Zealand Cricket is keen to see Melbourne's Colonial Stadium used as a vehicle to promote a Bledisloe Cup-style competition with Australia
Aug 18, 2000: Melbourne's Colonial Stadium has set the trend for pitch developments at Eden Park
Almost two-thirds of Dhoni's 9000 ODI runs have come as captain and all of them with the extra responsibility of keeping
Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni dominate the stats highlights from the Mohali ODI
India's limited-overs captain has wanted to bat up 'for a long time'; when he got the chance in Mohali, he played the big shots unhindered by the pressures of finishing a chase
Recent middle-order mainstays make it to Pakistan's all-time XI selected on the occasion of the country's 400th Test
A thoughtless remark nearly derailed the South African batsman's career before it began. And then he got five ducks
Australia's clash of Twenty20 and Test fixtures, with players forced to choose between them, will come to be seen as a tipping point for the international game
What we needed from the Phillip Hughes inquest was a serious discussion on how to make our game, where 90mph bowlers are now the norm, safer
Higher frame rates for cameras and a safeguard to prevent operator error were the key improvements in technology that led to the BCCI agreeing to trial the system