They both play for the same Big Bash League team, the Hobart Hurricanes. When it comes to the two longer forms of the domestic game, the left-arm and right-arm quick respectively are on opposing sides.
(A focus on his test career)
“He bowls to the left…
He bowls to the rightttttttt
That Mitchell Johnson
His bowling is shite!”
Having come into the opening test with a batting line-up that had the critics wondering, Australia took the match by storm with an impressive 381 run win. Continue reading Cricket: The Ashes: England mesmerised by shining Australian outfit
The lead up to the first Ashes test included a lot of media hype from the Australians, trying to throw the English off guard. Dramatic backfiring ensued on a very sunny first day.
Winning the toss and electing to bat first, signs were looking good. Then the inevitable happened, and the first two sessions belonged to the England bowlers. Continue reading Cricket: The Ashes: Test 1, Day 1: It’s all England at the Gabba, but Australia fight back
Game 1: Box Hill v Melbourne
Box Hill 5/157 (M. Lanning 54, A. Lanning 49*, S. Tatchell 2/33) defeated Melbourne 4/113 (E. Jones 46 rt no, K. Black 32) by 44 runs
A last over knee injury to Melbourne opener Evelyn Jones was the only thing that overshadowed a strong Box Hill win at the Albert Cricket Ground on Sunday.
Sunny skies and a pleasant breeze greeted players and spectators, and Meg Lanning wasted no time, letting loose on the short boundaries. Continue reading Cricket: VWCA Action (Premier 1sts) Round 6 and 7: Box Hill Mustangs Report
The Big Bash League (and a full-on summer of cricket) is ready to grab our attention once again. Seven weeks of action include 32 group stage matches and three finals, from December 20 2013 to February 7 2014.
Reigning champions the Brisbane Heat have compiled another strong squad; the Melbourne Renegades continue to attract fans after a surprise BBL|02, and the Sydney Thunder have recruited batting superstar Mike Hussey. Continue reading Cricket: Big Bash League: Season Three: the attraction
Across all my experiences in the sporting industry – including game day reporting and article writing – there is one aspect that is consistent across each thing that I do; photography. Continue reading From the eyes of an amateur photographer: the sport