Pat White is enjoying the Dharamasala Test match in India but also distractedly thinking about home and family in North Queensland where Cyclone Debbie is threatening.
Pat White is in attendance at one of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the world. Day one saw a Smith century, 10 wickets and O’Keefe’s amazing drive for 4 runs.
Pat White is preparing for the deciding Test in India with a few Kingfishers and some time in the host region (and city). The expectation is building.
Pat White has rolled the dice and won. He booked a trip to India to see the Fourth Test with only a glimmer of hope that the series would still be alive. But the valiant combative Australians have surpassed all expectations and he will see what has become one of the most significant Test Matches in recent years. He arrived in India on the weekend. [We’re itching to follow your reports Pat – Ed]
The Indian cricket fandom have taken to social media to attack Steve Smith over images that appeared to show him mocking Kohli. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case but that hasn’t stopped social media going into a storm with the #bullythebully hashtag.
India pulled off a big win in the second Test to level the series. Kohli and Smith had heated words as the tension wore on. Where does this leave both countries as the third Test approaches?
Pat White previews Australia’s upcoming test series against the world’s number one ranked team, India. Can the visitors score enough runs on the spin-friendly pitches or will the home team continue their dominance and put Australia to the sword?
Qld play a Sheffield Shield game against WA in Townsville, Pat White suggests now is the time for Nth Qld to catch quality live cricket for free!
Pat White suggests that a young South Africa, featuring Kagiso Rabada, have raised a two clear points with their stoic and skilful win in Perth.
Was anyone really surprised by an Australian collapse on day 2?
On the morning of the First Test at the WACA, Pat White wonders where the Australian Test team is at.
In the aftermath of being all out for 60, Cricket Froth unloads on cricket’s domestic schedule after an Ashes series where only 12 days of a possible 20 have been utilised.
The Ashes 2015 – Fourth Test preview: Carry on, reform or radicalise: where to for Australia’s batting line-up at Trent Bridge?
The fourth Ashes Test gets underway tonight at Trent Bridge in a must-win match for Australia. After the capitulation at Edgbaston, there’s arguably as much pressure on the selectors as there will be on the Australian XII. Pat White from Cricket Froth analyses a number of scenarios that could spell success or failure for the Baggy Greens.
Just when you thought it was safe to get some sleep, the third Ashes Test between England and Australia kicks off tonight from Birmingham. Pat White from Cricket Froth takes us back to one of the most memorable Ashes encounters in recent times at Edgbaston.
A considered reflection on the second Ashes Test from ‘Cricket Froth’ – Pat White. While England has some selection issues facing them as the series moves to Edgbaston, rest assured she’ll be a pretty hot third test.