The Ashes – First Test: England fade away, Australia left in charge.

Rulebook gives a clear and concise summary of the First Test at the Gabba, and asks what the rising Australian performance, and the English fizzle out, mean for the rest of the Summer. He’s looking for your thoughts too. And he pays tribute to the memory of Phil Hughes with Darren Berry’s tribute.

The Ashes – First Test, Days 2,3: Man on a Mission (and I’m not Steve Smith)

Mick Jeffrey gets about. Now he’s at the Gabba for the cricket, where he’s been on a shirt hunt. And he’s found some obscure ones (from an Australian perspective).

The Ashes – First Test, Day 1: Opening sparring leaves honours even

We have a contest on our hands, writes John Butler. The inexperienced English batsmen were up for the fight as the Australian bowlers were challenged by a slower wicket than they’d expected (than everyone had expected), but fought back in the final (extended) session.