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Abbott haul sparks Blues into Cup action

NSW have ended their winless start to the summer with Sean Abbott leading the Blues to victory over the unbeaten Tasmania.

UAE pitches more potent than 2014: Siddle

PETER SIDDLE of the Bushrangers prepares to bowl during the JLT One Day Cup match between Victoria and Western Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

Peter Siddle, one of four members of Australia's Test squad who toured the UAE in 2014, expects pitches in the upcoming series to offer bowlers more help.

Abbott rattles Tasmania top order on way to five

Lynn century helps Bulls defeat Redbacks

ODI star Chris Lynn has led the way as big-hitting Queensland scored a crushing domestic one-day win over South Australia.

Perry aims for more joy at North Sydney

ELLYSE PERRY of Australia bats in the Women's Test match between Australia and England at North Sydney, Australia

Ellyse Perry, who ensured last year's Test at North Sydney Oval was a memorable one for Australia, returns to the venue for a trans-Tasman Twenty20 game.

Highlights: NSW v Tasmania, JLT One-Day Cup

No further CA action on Moeen slur claims

MOEEN ALI of England looks on during the tour match between the Cricket Australia CA XI and England at Richardson Park in Perth, Australia.

Cricket Australia says it will take no further action against an unnamed Test player who allegedly called England all-rounder Moeen Ali 'Osama' in 2015.

Winless Blues await Test pair's return

PETER HANDSCOMB of Australia looks on during an Ashes test match at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

The cavalry are on the way for New South Wales with Test cricket duo Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins to add a much-needed boost after another Blues' loss.

Holders WA outlast Redbacks to stay top

ASHTON TURNER of WA prepares to bowl during the JLT One Day Cup match between New South Wales and Western Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

Reigning champions Western Australia retained top spot on the one-day cup standings after a routine five-wicket win over South Australia.

Son of a gun breaks through for Tasmania

CHRIS LYNN of Australia bats during the International Twenty20 series between Australia and New Zealand at SCG in Australia.

Ben McDermott seems ready to step out of his famous father's shadow after a superb maiden ton lifted Tasmania to an unlikely victory.

Warner and Smith hit form in grade cricket

STEVE SMITH of Australia plays a shot during game three of the One Day International series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Banned former Australian cricket leaders Steve Smith and David Warner have piled on the runs on day one of the Sydney grade cricket season.

Sutherland mulls next step, ICC need CEO

JAMES SUTHERLAND the Cricket Australia CEO during the Australian press conference held at the Holiday Inn in Sandton in Johannesburg, South Africa.

James Sutherland is likely to be on the radar of Egon Zehnder, the firm enlisted by the International Cricket Council to find its next chief executive.

NSW discard Maddinson to confront Blues

NIC MADDINSON of the Sixers bats during the Big Bash League match between the Sydney Sixers and the Melbourne Stars at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

All eyes will be on former NSW batsman Nic Maddinson during the one-day clash between his former state and current side Victoria.

Smith, Warner to mentor grade cricketers

STEVE SMITH of Australia celebrates his half century during the Fourth Test Match in the 2017/18 Ashes series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Banned superstars Steve Smith and David Warner, who return to grade cricket this weekend, say they want to pass on some pointers to new teammates.

Weatherald, Lehmann give NSW the blues

ALEX CAREY of the Redbacks catches Nathan Lyon of the Blues off a delivery by team mate Cameron Valente during the Matador BBQs One Day match between South Australia and New South Wales at Drummoyne Oval in Sydney, Australia.

South Australia opened their cricket season by defeating NSW in a canter thanks to some authoritative batting from Jake Weatherald and Jake Lehmann.

Redbacks bite as NSW top-order falters

DANIEL HUGHES of the Sydney Sixers bats during the Big Bash League match between the Hobart Hurricanes and the Sydney Sixers at Blundstone Arena in Hobart, Australia.

South Australia will be chasing 242 for victory in their opening one-day cup match after NSW laboured for much of their innings at the WACA.

Paine's plan to protect fit-again Starc

TIM PAINE of Australia during the 4th Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Australia at Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Australian Test skipper Tim Paine will take care not to over-bowl fit-again Mitchell Starc on what's expected to be a sapping tour of the UAE.

NSW keen to extend women's cricket streak

ELLYSE PERRY and ALYSSA HEALY of the Sixers talk between overs during the Women's Big Bash League match between the Sydney Sixers and the Brisbane Heat at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

New captain Alyssa Healy says NSW's incredible record in the domestic one-day competition is daunting but continues to serve as motivation.

Finch's Test arrival well timed: Paine

AARON FINCH of Australia plays a shot during game two of the One Day International series between Australia and England at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia.

Tim Paine likes the experience and form potential debutant Aaron Finch will bring to the Test squad as they prepare to play Pakistan in the UAE next month.

Tim Paine's charter complete for UAE tour

TIM PAINE of Australia during the 4th Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Australia at Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.

After finalising a player charter, Tim Paine says Australia's new-look Test team will still play tough cricket against Pakistan in the UAE next month.

Wade ton hands Tasmania one-day win v Vic

MATTHEW WADE of Tasmania waits for the start of play during the Sheffield Shield match between Victoria and Tasmania at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Victoria fell to a second straight one-day cup defeat following a searing century from Tasmania's Matthew Wade in Townsville.

Concussion strikes Aust ace Gardner again

ASHLEIGH GARDNER of the Sydney Sixers looks on during the WBBL match between the Sixers and Strikers in Adelaide, Australia.

Cricket sensation Ashleigh Gardner will miss the opening round of the Women's National Cricket League season due to concussion.

WA ease to one day win over NSW

ASHTON TURNER of WA prepares to bowl during the JLT One Day Cup match between New South Wales and Western Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

WA comfortably accounted for NSW in their one-day cup match at the WACA with Ashton Turner's quickfire half century getting the home side over the line.

Waugh wants more respect for grade, Shield

Former captain Steve Waugh says first-class and grade cricket must become the institutions they once were if Australian cricket is to dig itself out of a mire.

Ponting backs Finch to open, Marsh for VC

RICKY PONTING talks to the media during the Cricket Hall of Fame Media Opportunity at the National Sports Museum in Melbourne, Australia.

Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has backed Mitch Marsh to assume the Test vice-captaincy and spearhead next year's World Cup defence.

Ponting defends Australian cricket culture

Australian assistant coach RICKY PONTING looks on during the International Twenty20 series between Australia and New Zealand at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Former Test skipper Ricky Ponting says the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal has provided ammunition to critics of the Australian team's culture.

NSW captain Nevill to miss one-day cup

PETER NEVILL of New South Wales looks on during the Sheffield Shield match between Queensland and New South Wales.

Peter Nevill, James Faulkner and Daniel Worrall will all miss the start of the one-day cup because of injuries.

Spin-heavy White Ferns to face Australia

MEG LANNING of Australia looks on after the Women's Twenty20 International match between the Australia Southern Stars and the New Zealand White Ferns at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

New Zealand are looking ahead to the world T20 in the naming of their squad to face Australia in a three-match women's series.

Finch praises Maxwell for snub response

GLENN MAXWELL of Victoria acknowledges the crowd during a Sheffield Shield match in Sydney, Australia.

Aaron Finch has praised Glenn Maxwell's response to his Test snubbing, saying the all-rounder has already shown he has taken the selectors' criticism on board..

Late bloomer Finch wants to be like Hussey

AARON FINCH of Australia plays a shot during game two of the One Day International series between Australia and England at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia.

Veteran Aaron Finch is determined to make the most of a Test chance for Australia and cash in like fellow late bloomer Mike Hussey.

Katich's Trinbago go back to back in CPL

Simon Katich's Trinbago Knight Riders have defeated the Guyana Amazon Warriors by eight wickets in the final of the Caribbean Premier League.

Ex-quick Clark questions Siddle recall

Former fast bowler Stuart Clark has questioned the omission of Chris Tremain, saying he "spat his cornflakes out" when he heard of Peter Siddle's Test recall.

Maxwell shines in Vics' one-day win

GLENN MAXWELL of Victoria acknowledges the crowd during a Sheffield Shield match in Sydney, Australia.

Glenn Maxwell has started the domestic cricket season with a statement of intent as the Test discard top-scored in Victoria's one-day win over Queensland.

Revived Faulkner ready for a fresh start

James Faulkner has returned from a successful stint with Lancashire in England determined to get his Australia career back on track this season with Tasmania.

Brad Hodge backs Test discard Maxwell

GLENN MAXWELL of Victoria bats during a Sheffield Shield match at the MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Forgotten man Glenn Maxwell hasn't been given enough chances at Test level to prove himself, says Brad Hodge.

One-dayers to start Aussie cricket season

PETER HANDSCOMB of the Stars hits a boundary during the Big Bash League match between the Melbourne Renegades and the Melbourne Stars at ES in Melbourne, Australia.

It may be the middle of AFL and NRL finals but the domestic one-day cricket competition, important for a range of reasons, will begin this weekend.

Big names, TV deal bolster one-day cup

GLENN MAXWELL of Victoria acknowledges the crowd during a Sheffield Shield match in Sydney, Australia.

Test rejects Glenn Maxwell and Peter Handscomb are among the big names set to feature in this year's one-day domestic competition.

England's Moeen slams 'rude' Aussies

MOEEN ALI of England celebrates taking the wicket of David Warner of Australia during game two of the One Day International series between Australia and England at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia.

England all-rounder Moeen Ali says Steve Smith's Australia side are the only team he has ever disliked, claiming they were rude and disrespectful.

Di Venuto guides Surrey to county title

Highly-rated former Australia assistant coach Michael Di Venuto has guided Surrey to the English County Championship title for the first time since 2002.

Cricket Australia change Shield final rule

Cricket Australia has announced a significant change to the Sheffield Shield final, with the hosts no longer able to secure the title with a draw.

Lynn questions selectors' Maxwell call

CHRIS LYNN of the Heat bats during the Big Bash League match between the Perth Scorchers and the Brisbane Heat at WACA in Australia.

Chris Lynn hopes to impress national selectors but it has not stopped him questioning their "weird" omission of Glenn Maxwell from a series against Pakistan.

Lynn named Queensland one-day skipper

CHRIS LYNN looks on during an Australian nets session at The Gabba in Brisbane, Australia.

Chris Lynn has been named skipper of the Queensland one-day team ahead of the domestic series opener against Victoria in Townsville on Sunday.

Coulter-Nile still dreams of Test cricket

Nathan Coulter-Nile and Jason Behrendorff won't play Sheffield Shield cricket until at least February in a bid to avoid another injury setback.

Aus cricketers want governance change: ACA

Australian Cricketers' Association boss Greg Dyer says players have made it clear they want significant and lasting change in the administration of the sport.

Bates stands down as White Ferns captain

Suzie Bates will spearhead New Zealand's batting against Australia this month but she's no longer the captain.

Jake Lehmann to captain SA in one-dayers

DARREN LEHMANN Australian coach looks on during the One Day International Series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Jake Lehmann, the son of former Australian coach Darren Lehmann, will captain South Australia in the upcoming domestic one-day competition.

Young bowlers in Aussie women's T20 squad

Georgia Wareham and Tayla Vlaeminck are the new faces in Australia's squad for the women's three-match T20 series against New Zealand.

Maxwell feels misled over Test squad snub

GLENN MAXWELL of Victoria bats during a Sheffield Shield match at the MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Glenn Maxwell believes advice to rest during the lead-up to Australia's two-Test tour of the UAE may have been counterproductive.

Langer text helped keep Siddle motivated

Head coach JUSTIN LANGER looks on during the International Twenty20 match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Veteran paceman Peter Siddle is excited to reignite his Test career after earning a spot in Australia's 15-man squad for the two-match series against Pakistan.

Aussie Test squad newcomers at a glance

Fast facts about the five Australian Test cricket squad newcomers.

Five uncapped players in Aussie Test squad

Five players yet to play a Test match have been included in Australia's 15-man squad for next month's cricket series against Pakistan.

India A takes command over Australia A

TRAVIS HEAD of Australia celebrates his half century during the One Day Tour match between Middlesex and Australia at Lord's Cricket Ground in London, England.

Australia A are looking wobbly on 2-38, needing another 121 runs to catch a confident India A, with Travis Head and Peter Hanscomb leading the chase.

Australia set to name depleted Test squad

Warriors coach JUSTIN LANGER hits balls for catching practice at the change of innings during the Sheffield Shield match between the Western Australia Warriors and the South Australia Redbacks at WACA Perth, Australia.

Australia's Test squad to face Pakistan in the UAE is set to be unveiled, with veterans Jon Holland and Aaron Finch tipped for recalls.

Marsh ton helps Australia A to solid score

MICHAEL NESER of the Adelaide Strikers celebrates the wicket of Cameron White of the Melbourne Renegades during the Big Bash League match between the Adelaide Strikers and the Melbourne Renegades at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Captain Mitch Marsh hit an unbeaten 113 on the second day of the four-day match between Australia A and India A.

Marsh helps Australia A post solid score

MITCHELL MARSH of Australia during the Fifth Test match in the Ashes Series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Mitch Marsh has led from the front as Australia A posted a respectable score on day one of their second four-day match against India A.

Hazlewood hopes for harder Kookaburras

JOSH HAZLEWOOD of Australia bowls during the ICC Champions Trophy match at Edgbaston in England.

Paceman Josh Hazlewood hopes Kookaburra will produce a better flagship product this summer to ensure a better balance between bat and ball in Australian Tests.

Cam Bancroft embarks on yoga adventure

CAMERON BANCROFT of Australia walks from the ground at stumps during the Fifth Test match in the 2017/18 Ashes Series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Banned Test opener Cameron Bancroft is currently in Melbourne doing a yoga teacher training course, and he has also taken up Spanish in recent times.

Holland spins Australia A to India win

With six wickets in the second innings and nine for the match, Jon Holland ensured an Australia A win over India A - and a potential Test recall.

Australia A, India A in final day showdown

Australia A are chasing eight wickets for victory with less than 200 runs to play with on the final day of their four-day match against India A in Bengaluru.

Neser, Holland keep Australia A in touch

MICHAEL NESER of Queensland is congratulated by his teammates after dismissing Marcus Harris of Victoria during the Sheffield Shield match between Victoria and Queensland at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Australia A's batsmen can pile the heat on India A by building on an slim 11-run lead in their four-day match in Bengaluru.

Khawaja 'comfortable' facing spin in India

USMAN KHAWAJA of the Bulls leaves the field on Sheffield Shield match between Queensland and Victoria at the Gabba in Brisbane, Australia.

Australian batsman Usman Khawaja says he's recently made strides fixing a perceived deficiency against spin in the wake of a timely ton in India.

Smith and Warner CPL adventures end

STEVE SMITH of Australia plays a shot during game three of the One Day International series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Exiled Australian cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner's Twenty20 sojourns in the Caribbean have come to a close.

Usman Khawaja century saves Australia A

USMAN KHAWAJA of Australia bats during the First Test Match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series in Brisbane, Australia.

Usman Khawaja has posted a maiden first-class century in India, scoring 127 of Australia A's total of 243 against India A.

Mitchell Marsh poised to lead comeback

MITCHELL MARSH bowls during the Matador BBQs One Day Cup match at Blacktown International Sportspark in Sydney, Australia.

Allrounder Mitchell Marsh, who underwent ankle surgery in April, is eyeing a return to bowling while leading Australia A against India A in Bangalore.