Paceman becomes latest young Australian bowling casualty with a back injury, jeopardising his spot in return series. Mitchell Starc has become the latest young Australian fast bowler to be sidelined with
It becomes ever more apparent why Stuart Broad was at Monza this weekend watching the grand prix and Jimmy Anderson was digging his garden. Fast bowlers win Test series in Australia. Hence those fast have
Australia have almost certainly lost a second pace-bowling option for the return Ashes series this winter, after Mitchell Starc was diagnosed with a stress fracture in his lower back. He joins Pat Cummins,
Jimmy Anderson,England cricket team,Ashes 2013,The Ashes,Australia cricket team,Cricket,Sport,Australia sport Opening bowler is bothered by team's shortcomings and says there is much room for improvement
England rammed home their new-found superiority over Australia with a fifth consecutive victory to complete a resounding 12-4 winning margin in the multi-format Ashes series, although for the second time
Charlotte Edwards has hailed Paul Shaw as the unsung hero of the Ashes triumph that England's women will celebrate in the first half of a Twenty20 double-header in Durham on Saturday. Shaw, who had been
England have won the women's Ashes, taking the reformatted series by 10 points to four at the end of a thrilling run chase at the Rose Bowl. They were led home by a brilliant innings from Lydia Greenway,
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Judging purely on their output, it seems unlikely that those who dream up the narky wheezes that characterise Brisbane's Courier-Mail newspaper are familiar with the phrase "hostage to fortune". But when,
Ashes 2013-14: Highlights from the opening day of the first Test as Stuart Broad takes five wickets in Brisbane
Stuart Broad takes five wickets as England reduce Australia to 273 for eight at the close on day one Stuart Broad enjoys humiliating his critics but few moments can have brought him greater satisfaction
Ashes 2013-14: Stuart Broad carries Courier Mail into press conference and says England are 'silent assassins'
Stuart Broad carries copy of Brisbane Courier Mail newspaper which called him "smug Pommy cheat" into press conference and says England let cricket do their talking. England's Stuart Broad described himself