Australia v Sri Lanka, Second Test – Day 3: Citrus turns sour?

Citrus Bob Utber is grumpy, but not really too grumpy. Khawaja and Starc make the slectors’ job even harder as Australia bat the Sri Lankans out of the Test match.

First Test, Sri Lanka v Australia: Mendis Masterclass

All credit to the re-building Sri Lanka. But Australia showed a lack of patience and application.

Watson as Captain? Give me a break, we have jumped the shark

Sean Curtain is begging you. Don’t give the rumours that Watson could captain Australia in Clarke’s absence any air lest they actually come true. (And what more does Hussey have to do?)

First Test – Day 2: A record breaking day of a day of records being broken, all day

Day 1 had produced so many vital statistics and records that Sean Curtain was sure that Day 2 would be a day for not only breaking the amount of records that were either broken or set on Day 1, but also being a red letter day for records of all sorts.

Sri Lanka series a launching pad to greater things

THE first Test match between Australia and Sri Lanka which starts in Hobart tomorrow is a new start for Australia.

Clint McKay

Photos and words by Peter Argent He’s big, he’s Victorian and naturally Bill Lawry loves him. After his performance in the last ODI on Thursday in Adelaide, so does Australia it seams – Clint McKay bowled the Aussies to victory with a five-wicket haul and celebrated. He also produced a important and handy cameo with [Read more]

Good signs in Galle. To be confirmed in Kandy?

  The positive signs that were evident during the one-day series were on show again during last week’s morale-boosting Test win in Galle, and, despite the loss of Ricky Ponting, the Aussies will head into Thursday’s second Test in Kandy in buoyant spirits. Michael Clarke couldn’t have hoped for a better start to his permanent leadership campaign. His [Read more]