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James Sutherland's greatest challenge?

Jun 29, 2017: The Cricket Australia CEO has long been a model of pragmatic leadership, but the ongoing pay dispute will stretch his ability to find a compromise

Daniel Brettig

Ditch your proposals and start again

Jun 2, 2017: Cricket Australia and the players' association are both rigidly holding on to their world views, without actually negotiating at all

Daniel Brettig

Australia news

Cricket Australia's good business methods not always good sport

May 22, 2017: Learnings from industrial relations in the corporate world may not be helping Cricket Australia as much as its directors seem to think

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How Australia turned around on sponsorship by alcohol brands

Apr 21, 2017: Cricket Australia's latest beer sponsorship will not feature any branding on players' uniforms, a change emblematic of the increasingly fraught relationship between alcohol and sport

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How CA and the players' association are drifting antagonistically apart

Dec 20, 2016: The board no longer seems to consider the ACA a party worth engaging with in contractual negotiations

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Australia news

Test or T20? The choice that changes cricket

Oct 22, 2016: 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

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Australia have an identity problem

Oct 6, 2016: Playing the "Australian way", verbally and tactically, has yielded mixed results. And it does not help that the snarl of the Waugh-era team does not sit naturally on Steve Smith's men

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Australia's happy hunting ground

Jul 24, 2016: Why do Australia, so often poor in Asia, never seem to lose in Sri Lanka? Here are four possible reasons

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Cricket makes an effort to bind together

Jun 28, 2016: On display at the ICC's annual conference in Edinburgh will be efforts to preserve the health of the bilateral international game in rapidly changing times

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Bravo's band changing rules of international game

Apr 7, 2016: If the premier West Indies cricketers are to be solely known for their T20 skills, will the regional Test side remain relevant anymore?

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A pitch destroyed, a club renewed

Mar 24, 2016: Melbourne's Kingsville Baptist CC had their pitch vandalised ahead of a vital game. Their graceful response has won many admirers for a club that reflects the changing face of Australian cricket

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Australia's reversal of fortune

Feb 26, 2016: For years, they were seen as being slow on the ball on reverse swing. Not so in the New Zealand series

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Holder and de Villiers have warned us

Jan 15, 2016: When two Test captains are sending similar messages about the direction of the game, cricket must know it has a problem on its hands

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Why we need a Test championship series

Nov 20, 2015: The idea of a battle for the world No. 1 spot in the top format may have been shelved, but its absence is sorely felt

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Australia's board and player association need to talk

Oct 27, 2015: The vast pay disparity between the men and women cricketers is just one issue that could be addressed if there was a more fruitful relationship between CA and the players' body

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How not to run a cricket ground

Sep 10, 2015: In contrast to its thrilling on-field narrative, the administrative story of the WACA is one of mismanagement and confused vision

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Michael Clarke's retirement

Clarke's a career ever so near to greatness

Aug 19, 2015: Michael Clarke will be remembered as a great cricketer and as a fascinating, occasionally infuriating, but forever driven man

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ICC news

The plot thickens for world cricket

May 1, 2015: The game is undoubtedly entering a new period of volatility, as positions of power and influence start to shift, either by accident, design or a little of both

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Australia news

We've all been hit

Nov 26, 2014: Going out to play cricket today would have been near enough to impossible. Even doing so next week in the nets and at the Gabba for the first Test will be difficult

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Empower the ACSU to clean up T20

May 18, 2014: An independent ACSU must be allowed to pursue its own investigations and impose penalties if the game's custodians are serious about stamping out corruption in T20 leagues

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