The Ashes 2015 – Fifth Test, Day 4: Farewells and awkward celebrations

Sean Mortell delivers his take on Day 4 at The Oval; on what proved to be the final day of a topsy-turvy series. [Wonderful perseverance, Sean – Ed].

The Ashes 2015 – Fifth Test Day Three: Siddling into action

Sean Mortell watched day three of the final Ashes test, with Peter Siddle’s unerring accuracy proving a highlight.

The Ashes 2015 – Fifth Test, Day Two: Mirror Image

Sean Mortell reckons we have seen this all before, except this time it’s the English middle order that’s collapsing.

The Ashes 2015 – Fifth Test, Day 1: Too Little Too Late

Australia perform well on Day 1 of the 5th Test but, as Sean Mortell explains, it’s a little too late as The Urn is safely in England’s hands.

The Ashes 2015 – Fourth Test Review: How important is a home advantage?

Sean Mortell dons the forensic gloves for a look back at that Fourth Test. [Still hard to believe that Day 1 actually occurred – Ed].

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.

The Ashes 2015 – Third Test, Day 3: Edgbaston Nightmare Relived

Sean Mortell reviews Day 3 of Third Ashes Test at Edgbaston, a day that ended with England winning the test by 8 wickets. In what was a dominate performance.

The Ashes 2015 – Third Test, Day 2: The giant Jenga drop

Sean Mortell reported in on the second day at Edgbaston as the Aussie tower prepared to crumble

The Ashes 2015 – Third Test, Day 1: The Poms are Flying

Sean Mortell documents the fluctuating Ashes form of both sides on Day One of the Edgbaston Test.

The Ashes 2015 – Second Test, Day 4: ‘This is…God’

Sean Mortell wraps up the Second Test. He’s in good form, just like the Aussies.

The Ashes 2015 – Second Test, Day 3: English curators, how to produce your own death

Sean Mortell gives us cause to relive the Lord’s Test with this review of Day 3. It’s like receiving a postcard from that holiday you know to be finished. Loses nothing in the telling (“…maybe a fired up Johnson is the cream on top of the marvellous pavlova…”)

The Ashes 2015 – Second Test, Day Two: As Stevie as can be

Sean Mortell takes us back to Day 2 of the Second Test at Lords, a day which belonged to the Aussies and in particular Steve Smith.

Ashes 2015 – Second Test and Day 3 of The Open: Analysis, Banter and Memory

Thoughts on Day 4 of the cricket and Day 3 of the golf?

The Ashes 2015 – Second Test, Day 1: For England, life’s a pitch

Sean Mortell takes us back to Thursday night and reminds us that the Australians have gone from rotting carcass to a crack batting side

The Ashes 2015 – First Test, Day 4: Australia rooted, England stoked

And so it came to pass that England rolled Australia on Day 4 in Cardiff (Wales). Sean Mortell recaps the mystifying goings-on ahead of Lord’s on Thursday.

The Ashes 2015 – First Test, Day 3: Wickets tumble in a batsman’s test

Sean Mortell reviews Day 3 of the First Ashes test, where England took control and plenty of wickets fell in a Test which Sean believes has been dominated by the the batsman.

The Ashes 2015 – First Test, Day 2: Man of the Match: The Weatherman

Sean Mortell reviews Day 2 of the First Test in Cardiff and he concludes that the man of the match so far has been the Cardiff weather.

The Ashes 2015 – First Test, Day 2: If I Have A Son I Might Just Call Him Devereux…or Shane

MV Younger reviews the second day’s play of the First Test, which he thinks could have belonged to Steve Smith.

Torture with a sprinkle of youth: Ashes 2015 Day One Review

Sean Mortell reviews Day 1 of the 1st Ashes test in Cardiff. In particular, Sean points out that the Aussies may not be as invincible as everyone thought.

Ashes 2015 – Cardiff Says Australia

‘Citrus’ Bob Utber tours Cardiff ahead of tonight’s first Ashes Test between England and Australia at Sophia Gardens, and learns that when it comes to the Welsh, the international relations maxim; ‘my enemy’s enemy is my friend’ rings true.