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Former player Melanie Jones appointed Cricket Australia director

Jones debuted for Australia in 1997 when she joined the team and won her first of two World Cups (2005). The following year saw her make her first Test century on debut (131), in her first of the two successful Ashes campaigns (2004).

Steve Waugh praises Glenn Maxwell's courage to take mental health break

Former captain Steve Waugh, an alumnus of the "tough school" of Australian cricket, has praised all-rounder Glenn Maxwell for having the courage to seek treatment for a mental health issue.

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Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd T20I Live Cricket Streaming: When and where to watch AUS vs SL?

Australia vs Sri Lanka, Aus vs SL 3rd T20 Live Cricket Score Streaming Online: Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd T20I will be played at the MCG in Melbourne.

After BCCI, Cricket Australia expresses concern about ICC's proposed new FTP calendar

Cricket Australia has echoed BCCI's concerns about ICC's proposed one flagship tournament every year during next eight-year FTP cycle (2023-2031), as they are not ready to compromise on conducting bilateral Test series.

Australia captain Aaron Finch to play 1st T20 vs Sri Lanka

Finch had been battling back spasms and a side strain which kept him out of domestic first-class and one-day matches over the past week.

Aaron Finch strives for continuity ahead of T20 World Cup

With a year left for the T20 World Cup, Australia will kick off their home summer at Adelaide Oval on Sunday with the first of three Twenty20 internationals against 2014 world champions Sri Lanka.

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Big Bash implements multiple Super Overs for tiebreakers

Cricket Australia on Tuesday said that under the new rules, if two teams are tied at the end of a final and then again after a Super Over, subsequent Super Overs will be played until there is a clear winner in both the men's and women's T20 leagues.

Australian PM Scott Morrison joins transgender policy backlash

Cricket Australia (CA) have come under fire for a new policy aimed at making the sport inclusive for transgender and gender diverse players, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison describing it as "heavy-handed" and "mystifying" on Friday.

Cricket Australia gets transgender-friendly, debate rages on elsewhere

Cricket Australia's gender recognition policy is along the lines of those of the International Cricket Council's, which came into being in 2017.

England's Barmy Army trolls David Warner, Australia with tweet calling them 'cheats'

England cricket fan group 'Barmy Army' trolled Australia's cricket team, posting a photoshopped image of David Warner with the word "cheats" written on the jersey.

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