It all evens out in the end
It all evens out in the end

If you don't walk when you know you've nicked it, there's no reason you should feel aggrieved if the umpire makes a mistake (with or without DRS)

Ashton Agar's big challenge
Ashton Agar's big challenge

Can he enjoy a sustained career at the top and still retain his essential core?

An Australian tragicomedy
An Australian tragicomedy

There's politicking, buffoonery, strange plot twists, and little heed to the big picture

Don't blame the DRS
Don't blame the DRS

The review system has been a convenient scapegoat in the Trent Bridge Test, but it has done all it was supposed to

Is there a different moral code for batsmen?
Is there a different moral code for batsmen?

Why do we judge a player who nicks it and stands his ground differently from one who claims a bump catch?

A knife in the back
A knife in the back

Cricket Australia's decision to sack Mickey Arthur after having supported him in disciplining and rotating players betrays the management's muddled thinking

Arthur the victim of a revolution?
Arthur the victim of a revolution?

Talk is, his disciplinarian style was a bit too much for some players to stomach

When team selection meets broadcast economics
When team selection meets broadcast economics

Nine's multi-million dollar broadcast deal was unlikely to have been agreed to unless there were some "understandings" about concerns over TV audience numbers

The satisfaction of watching Karthik and Dhawan succeed
The satisfaction of watching Karthik and Dhawan succeed

For one who spotted their talent nine years ago and got them over to Australia on a scholarship stint, it's thrilling to see such global cricketers rise to stardom

How education can prevent corruption in sports
How education can prevent corruption in sports

Cricket is an easy target for illegal practices, and a lot of that is to do with how much of the game there is these days

Leadership looks a distant dream for Warner
Leadership looks a distant dream for Warner

Picking a fight over an issue the Australian public doesn't really care about, that too with journalists of considerable repute, isn't going to help Warner in the long run

Australian cricket's single voice
Australian cricket's single voice

New administrative reforms mean the board is more equally representative of the states, and that there is an admirable new focus on the health of the national game

A well-insured squad
A well-insured squad

Australia's Ashes side is probably not the most potent team they can put out, but it's a selection based on adequate back-up

Australia must choose their vice-captain wisely
Australia must choose their vice-captain wisely

Given the state of Michael Clarke's back, his deputy may be called up any time to fight for the Ashes and more

Warne's solution is not the answer
Warne's solution is not the answer

Shane Warne's solution to the disciplinary problems Australia faced in India involved music and alcohol, an astonishingly simplistic answer to a serious issue

The vagueness behind Australia's crisis
The vagueness behind Australia's crisis

The danger with writing an opinion piece so early on in the life of an evolving story is that not all facts are known yet, nor might they ever be revealed. Hindsight will no doubt reveal inaccuracies and mistaken assumptions on my part

Cricket washed down with Australia's mess?
Cricket washed down with Australia's mess?

With the critical report published into Australian sport, Michael Jeh looks at how relevant the 10 points are to cricket

Cricket threatened by second XIs
Cricket threatened by second XIs

To those unfamiliar with the Australian sporting landscape, these last few weeks have been full of controversy on many levels

Where have all the 'thinking batsmen' gone?
Where have all the 'thinking batsmen' gone?

I'm starting to form the view that when the pitch is a bit lively with two new balls, modern batsmen have stopped thinking for themselves

Adequate rest resulting in injuries now?
Adequate rest resulting in injuries now?

Anyone who has read my recent posts will know that I've been shouting myself hoarse over the injury epidemic that is sweeping through world cricket