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Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander says more money in women's cricket will help create a "snowball effect" for women's sport.

Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander says more money in women's cricket will help create a "snowball effect" for women's sport.

Australia You Little* Beauty: Inside Test Cricket's Dream Team by Justin Langer Biographies LANGER

Book: Australia You Little* Beauty: Inside Test Cricket'S Dream Team - Cricket Store

Cricket has a dangerous relationship with alcohol

If you spent any time watching TV during the Australian summers of the late or early chances are the Tooheys beer 'How do ya feel?' cricket ads are .

Gayle told be ‘culturally aware’ - http://www.barbadostoday.bb/2016/05/31/gayle-told-be-culturally-aware/

"We lose it in the mind in Test cricket", says Gayle on West Indies Poor performance in TNPL

The underarm bowling incident! Richie Benaud's comments:   “…a disgraceful performance,…”   “One of the worst things I have ever seen done on a cricket field.  Goodnight!”

The most disgraceful moment in the history of cricket. The "underarm" bowling incident took place on 1 February 1981 and was an embarrassment to Australian sport

Pietersen switch hitting dilemna

England's Kevin Pietersen defies switch-hit row to stun Sri Lanka

Pietersen switch hitting dilemna

Cricket Australia commits to investing $4 million in women's grassroots cricket after a summer of unprecedented participation and support.

Cricket Australia commits to investing $4 million in women's grassroots cricket after a summer of unprecedented participation and support.

Dilshans heroics help Sri Lanka level series against England

Sri Lanka beat Australia to level tri-series final after Dilshan century

Spinoff editorial intern Madeleine Chapman accidentally inspired Mark Reason to write a terrible column about women's cricket. She responds to his backward views. Three nights ago I wrote a story highlighting the double standards between the men’s and women’s Twenty20 World Cups, happening s

A reasoned response to the unreasonable Mark Reason, who is bad

Australian fast bowler Brett Lee retired from international cricket on Friday, just days after he was forced to return home from England after sustaining another injury.

/\ Brett Lee - loved watching him constantly steaming in. A true entertainer of the game.

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