Monthly Archives: March 2022

On the Shoulders of Giants: Australia’s Quest for a Seventh ODI World Cup

Thanks to quotes, insights and photos from Clearing Boundaries, reflect on the success and struggle that has helped pave the way for the current Australian team as they progress through … More »

Lanning Lights Up World Cup

Her team unbeaten and her own form unbelievable, Australian captain Meg Lanning is in the perfect place to lead Australia to World Cup glory.

The Birth of Test Cricket

When Charles Bannerman got off the mark at the MCG on this day 145 years ago, he wrote himself into cricketing history. He had – unknowingly – just scored the … More »

Australian Women’s Cricket #BreakTheBias

On International Women’s Day 2020 they had their watershed moment. In 2022, the Australian Women’s Cricket Team continue to set the standard. Image © ICC Business Corporation FZ LLC 2020

Bradman Museum Re-opens Thursday 10th March

We are pleased to announce that the Bradman Museum is now re-open after a brief period of closure. We look forward to welcoming our community back and sharing cricket history … More »

Shane Warne ‘An Arcane Art’

Over the course of his international career, Shane Warne mastered cricket’s most arcane art. Find out more via Google Arts and Culture

Vale Shane Warne

Shane Warne (1969 – 2022) “He’s the best thing that’s happened to the game in Australia for many years.” – Sir Donald Bradman, 1995.   For nigh on two decades, the … More »

Vale Rodney Marsh

Rodney Marsh MBE (1947 – 2022)    An icon of Australian cricket, Rod “Bacchus” Marsh was an endearing character whose exploits on the field ensured he will forever be remembered … More »

Women’s World Cup Preview

After a successful home summer, Australia now shift their attention to the World Cup, keen to claim their seventh title.

Vale Sonny Ramadhin

Iconic West Indies spinner, Sonny Ramadhin, has passed away aged 92.

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