Buchanan won't be tempted by England job
Buchanan won't be tempted by England job

John Buchanan has ruled out coaching England against Australia in this year's Ashes series

Bracken stunned by bushfire visit
Bracken stunned by bushfire visit

Nothing could prepare Nathan Bracken for what he would experience

Clarke in doubt for series decider
Clarke in doubt for series decider

Michael Clarke's availability for the Chappell-Hadlee series decider is in doubt, with the Australian vice-captain suffering from upper-back pain

Watson and Lee make injury progress
Watson and Lee make injury progress

Positive news has been a rare commodity within Australian cricket this season, but the recovery of Shane Watson and Brett Lee from injury is prompting cautious optimism

Bushfires hit close to home for White
Bushfires hit close to home for White

Cameron White spent much of Sunday morning watching television coverage of the Victorian bushfires that have claimed at least 111 lives

Warner, Harris dropped for last two ODIs
Warner, Harris dropped for last two ODIs

Australia have announced two changes for the remaining matches of the Chappell-Hadlee Series, but New Zealand's final squad for Tuesday's match in Adelaide will not be known until results of Brendon McCullum's shoulder scans have been received

Cricket Australia raises money for bushfire victims
Cricket Australia raises money for bushfire victims

Cricket Australia will unite with sponsors to raise money for victims of the bushfires that have claimed at least 126 lives across Victoria

Australia stay alive as Haddin century ends losing streak
Australia stay alive as Haddin century ends losing streak

Brad Haddin's maiden one-day international century pushed Australia to 9 for 301 as they stayed in the Chappell-Hadlee Series

Moles asks New Zealand for series whitewash
Moles asks New Zealand for series whitewash

Andy Moles outlined the growing confidence within his young squad when he called upon his charges to inflict a rare whitewash on Australia

Ponting answers SOS and returns for Sydney
Ponting answers SOS and returns for Sydney

Ricky Ponting's surprise recall to the Australian team was portrayed by his coach, Tim Nielsen, as a positive move, but the broader implications are less rosy

Farmer's son hits the big time
Farmer's son hits the big time

Australia's new Test opener Phillip Hughes is a quietly-spoken country kid and a positive-scoring, free-flowing batsman, albeit with a technique that is not to everyone's taste

Finally, selectors learn their lessons
Finally, selectors learn their lessons

Australia's touring party for South Africa is a sensible squad chosen with an eye to both the present and future

Hughes, McGain and North get call-ups
Hughes, McGain and North get call-ups

The uncapped trio of Phillip Hughes, Bryce McGain and Marcus North have been added to an already green Australian line-up for the three-Test tour of South Africa

Pakistan on target for one-day series with Australia
Pakistan on target for one-day series with Australia

The Pakistan Cricket Board is confident its one-day series with Australia will proceed in April, with a schedule to be released later this week

Ponting's apology claim stuns New Zealand
Ponting's apology claim stuns New Zealand

The New Zealand camp was left bemused when Ricky Ponting claimed Daniel Vettori had apologised to Brad Haddin via text message

Arthur tips difficult tour for Australia after Symonds ban
Arthur tips difficult tour for Australia after Symonds ban

Mickey Arthur believes the loss of Andrew Symonds will place tremendous pressure on Australia's already embattled batting line-up

Symonds out of South Africa tour
Symonds out of South Africa tour

Andrew Symonds' international playing future is in serious doubt

Kolkata keep close watch on Cameron
Kolkata keep close watch on Cameron

Mark Cameron, the New South Wales fast bowler, could join Shane Warne as a player-coach in the Indian Premier League