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They’ve safely qualified for the quarter-finals. Only Australia and New Zealand were able to defeat them comfortably; everyone else hasn’t really come close to the high-flying Sri Lankans.
Much of the credit can go to the incredible, well-oiled machine that is Kumar Sangakkara. Four centuries, an average of 124, and 496 runs during the tournament have made a supreme statement of the class of the 37-year-old that he’s not stopping just yet. Continue reading CWC 2015: Sri Lanka: Mentally tough, physically awesome
It has been one of the most emotional weeks of cricket during my lifetime.
I did not know the man Phillip Hughes – aka “Hughesy” or “Boof” – but I saw him play many times live and on TV. The situation that unfolded this week, bringing the cricket world to a standstill, truly hit home when I attended a women’s Twenty20 game between the South Australia Scorpions and the Australian Capital Territory Meteors on Friday, at Adelaide Oval No. 2, behind the spectacular main ground. Continue reading Cricket: Saying goodbye to a little champion personally
As another gaping hole opens up in Australia‘s batting stocks after Mike Hussey‘s retirement, it has once again brought the selection argument into the limelight.
Victoria‘s Glenn Maxwell was called up to the Australian squad for the New Year test, starting on Thursday at the SCG, with Shane Watson pulling out due to a calf injury. He has been named 12th man, however. Continue reading Cricket: Why Glenn Maxwell is the right choice for the future