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  • Day-night Ashes unfancied by Smith -
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;"> Ashes unfancied by captain Steve Smith has welcomed the confirmation of a day-night Test against South Africa, but warned against overdosing on the format and called for the Ashes rivalry to be played exclusively as day matches. Australia will meet the Proteas ...
  • Hazlewood laments an Ashes dilemma -
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;"> laments an Ashes"I'd love to if time permits," Hazlewood said when asked during the current ODI tri-series in the Caribbean if he was keen to gain further red-ball experience in the UK county competition ahead of the 2019 Ashes. "But the cricket is so full-on playing ...
  • The Ashes: Shane Watson says red-ball tradition must prevail - Brisbane Times
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">Brisbane TimesThe Ashes: Shane Watson says red-ball tradition must prevailBrisbane TimesFormer Australian star Shane Watson has urged authorities to retain Ashes Tests as "red-ball only", declaring tradition must be upheld. This summer's home Test series against South Africa and Pakistan will each feature one day-night Test using a pink ...
  • Watson joins chorus against day-night Ashes Tests - The Australian
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">The AustralianWatson joins chorus against day-night Ashes TestsThe AustralianThe England and Australia captains said they could see no need to introduce day-night cricket to Ashes contests that already attract record attendances and TV audiences, but Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland seemed unimpressed by their ...County runs absent from Ashes weighs into Ashes pink ball 12 news articles »
  • Australia embrace guided missile technology to reclaim Ashes -
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;"> embrace guided missile technology to reclaim AshesEurosport.comAustralia have resorted to guided missile technology to reduce injuries to their fast bowlers as they seek to reclaim the Ashes from England next year. Steve Smith's team have been grappling with injuries in their pace attack with Peter Siddle and ...
  • Cricket's greatest tradition reduced to Ashes? - Courier Mail
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">Courier MailCricket's greatest tradition reduced to Ashes?Courier Mail“But I think what you are seeing is a lot of the international cricket boards are moving very quickly and they are very keen (on day-night Test cricket).'' The concept of a day-night Ashes Test gathered more steam recently when England chairman Colin ...
  • Crystal ball-gazing: the 2017-18 Ashes -
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;"> ball-gazing: the 2017-18 only the second specialist leg-spinner to play for them in an Ashes Test in Australia after Scott Borthwick was plucked from Sydney grade cricket to play in England's meek capitulation at the SCG in 2014, were he was his team's best bowler in the ...
  • Why state school cricket has risen from the ashes - TES News
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">TES NewsWhy state school cricket has risen from the ashesTES NewsState school cricket is in the best shape it has been in for more than a decade, according to former England cricketer and television celebrity Phil Tufnell. Back in 2005, when England won an historic Ashes series, just one in 10 state schools was ...
  • The parent trap - (blog)
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;"> (blog)The parent (blog)Something had to give. I packed my kitbag away in a cupboard, cancelled the Sky Sports subscription and stopped buying cricket magazines. The Australians arrived for what would turn out to be a thrillingly topsy-turvy Ashes series, but I find it ...
  • Monday Morning Halfback: Queensland dominance - NRL.COM
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">NRL.COMMonday Morning Halfback: Queensland dominanceNRL.COMIt is the same question that faced English cricket players for the best part of two decades when facing Australia between 1989-2005. Australia's golden era cruelled many English careers in the 1990s, constantly defined and judged solely on what they ...