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.
Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon, have denied a media report they were prepared to boycott last year's fourth Test against South Africa if David Warner was picked for the match.
Pat Cummins joined a prestigious club of former Allan Border Medal winners: Steve Waugh, Glenn McGrath, Matthew Hayden, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke, Shane Watson, Steve Smith and David Warner.
Cricket Australia’s new chairman Earl Eddings has urged his Test side to “play hard but fair” in the series against India, his comments coming at a time when ‘elite honesty’ has emerged as the buzz word in its setup. The series starts with the first game in Adelaide on December 6. The players have devised […]