Monthly Archives: June 2014

Mark Waugh returns as the ‘Governor’ of Thunder Nation

Former Australian batting star, and new Australian selector, Mark Waugh today announced that he will return as the ‘Governor’ of the Thunder Nation. Waugh, a veteran of 128 Tests and … More »

The Sydney Showground to host the Thunder Nation

The green of the Sydney Thunder will be seen at the Sydney Showground Stadium next season with the stadium to host two home matches during BBL|04. Due to the Asian … More »

Cricket New South Wales appoints David Moore as General Manager – Cricket Performance

Cricket New South Wales today appointed David Moore to the role of General Manager – Cricket Performance. The role was created after an April re-structure that combined the three departments … More »


The most complete and complex summer schedule of cricket that Australia has witnessed will feature a total of more than 330 days of international and domestic fixtures stretching from August … More »

NSW Blues to take Shield cricket back to the Bush

Shield cricket will return to the ‘Bush’ in season 2014-15, with the NSW Blues to play two matches in Regional NSW. With discussions having taken place over the past few … More »

Rare insight from cricket legend

Former Australia star Mike Hussey knows a thing or two about how to deal with high-quality spin bowling. Through his 79-Test career, Hussey made a habit of excelling against the … More »

Muralidaran signs with Australia

The men’s national side has landed a massive coup with Test cricket’s greatest wicket-taker appointed as a spin consultant. Muthiah Muralidaran, the world’s most successful Test bowler and the Sri … More »

Kallis signs for Sydney Thunder

Below is a video clip of Jacques Kallis filmed in South Africa discussing his signing for the Sydney Thunder. The Sydney Thunder have pulled off one of the biggest coups … More »

World Blog #5

Belize; a nation with a long domestic cricket history The small central-American nation of Belize has a long cricketing history. An affiliate of the International Cricket Council, it borders Mexico … More »

Vale Gary Gilmour

Cricket Australia (CA) has paid tribute to former Australian Test all-rounder Gary Gilmour, who passed away earlier today at the age of 62. ‘Gus’ Gilmour introduced himself in the Test … More »

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