Some have already cemented their places with some fine performances over the past six months, Ryan Harris included. Continue reading Harris the weapon, everyone else playing follow the leader
Manuka Oval. The “one in the middle of nowhere”, as most cricket purists and watchers might say.
For the Perth Scorchers and Sydney Sixers, the middle of nowhere is home tomorrow night. One of the two sides will be vying for their second Big Bash League trophy, though the Scorchers won’t want to lose hold of their defending champion’s title.
Last time they met, at the Sydney Cricket Ground before the New Year, the Scorchers upset the Sixers, much to the chagrin of the home fans. It was a night for the bowlers, with no batsman scoring over 36. Continue reading BBL|04: The big final heads to Canberra and neutral territory
After a last-ditch effort to score 15 runs in the final over of their innings, the Stars finished 4/150 – equalling the Sixers 6/150 earlier in the night. The 22,098 fans in the stands made the noise of 50,000, such was the intensity of the Super Over. Continue reading Super Over seals the deal for Stars against the Sixers
Now titled the “Sydney Smash”, Saturday’s game between the two rivals gets an extra boost, with both Steve Smith (Sydney Sixers) and David Warner (Sydney Thunder) released from Australian duties. Continue reading Cricket: Big Bash League: Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder Preview
Cricket is in the blood of all Australians. It’s our summer sport; we play it in the backyard, at a BBQ, on the street, on a field, anywhere we can find space.
For that matter, we become so engrossed in it, we can’t turn away.
Welcome to a list of 10 moments I have compiled (with the help of some Twitter discussion) of Australian cricket moments of the 21st century. They are not listed in any particular order. Continue reading Cricket: 10 great Australian cricket moments of the 21st century
Demonstrating a balance of excellent batting, bowling and fielding, the Sixershave displayed the mantra that is needed to succeed in the shortest form of the game.
The Sixers have signed a squad for BBL|02 that is full of young talent and experienced players. After their two tournament wins, can they raise the Big Bash League silverware again? We will find out, starting December 8.
In the meantime, let’s take a look at some of the players that will be donning Sixers pink this summer: Continue reading Cricket: Under The Microscope: Sydney Sixers