Yearly Archives: 2010

Under the helmet with Brad Haddin

Cards, boiled lollies, rugby league and the Muppets. Adam Burnett fins out what makes Australia’s gloveman tick. If you hadn’t been a cricketer, what would you have been? I think … More »

Who is Michael Beer?

Michael Beer, 26, is a left-arm orthodox spin bowler for Western Australia. Beer was the leading wicket-taker in Victorian Premier Cricket last season before joining the Warriors ahead of the … More »

12 Questions for Kevin Pietersen

Pietersen’s Twitter troubles didn’t turn him off the social media site. Recently @kevinpp24 welcomed questions from his 60,000-plus followers. Here are some of the exchanges: Who would win in a … More »

The Rochester Cigarette Card Collection

While cigarettes are now widely reviled in society today, smoking was once considered a sophisticated past-time. Before the time of pre-rolled cigarettes tobacco was sold in pouches and the user … More »

The Bowlologist: Swing sways me to hosts attack

The respective attacks will dictate who wins this series. We saw this in 2009 when Freddie Flintoff’s inspiring five-wicket haul in the second innings of the second Test at Lord’s … More »

Under the helmet with England’s Graeme Swann

England’s wacky spinner talk bands, Brad Pitt and bowling doosras. Andy Afford reports. Who would be you dream spin twin for England? I’d have to say Phil Tufnell. Every minute … More »

Interview with Simon Taufel – Cricket Umpire

Simon Taufel is an Australian umpire that currently sits on the ICC Elite umpire panel. Simon has also won the ICC Umpire of the Year award five consecutive times between … More »

The Almighty Don Bradman

Is that really him? It’s 1938 and Don Bradman walks down the Strand in London, a shortish man at 1.70m but a giant in the minds of the awestruck children … More »

The International Cricket Hall of Fame receives $7.4 Million in NSW State funding

The NSW Government is investing $7.4 million in the world’s first International Cricket Hall of Fame to honour the legacy of sporting hero Sir Donald Bradman. The Bowral facility – … More »

You’ve got to urn it…

The real thing is kept locked away but the players love getting their hands on the trophy. The Ashes are elusive. The real urn, now almost 130 years old, stays … More »

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