Friday, January 21, 2022


Cricket Australia yet to discuss players’ participation in IPL

Nick Hockley said a decision on IPL can wait as Australian players were just reunited with their families after completing a two-week hotel quarantine.

Open to new information on ball tampering scandal, says Cricket Australia

Cameron Bancroft, who was suspended from cricket for his involvement in ball-tampering scandal has indicated that Australian bowlers too were aware of the unfair tactics.

CA pledges $50,000 towards India’s fight against Covid-19

"Australian Cricket has been deeply saddened by the devastation caused by this second coronavirus wave to hit India, a country with which Australians share a strong friendship and connection," it said in a statement.

Brisbane Test on after BCCI-CA talks

BCCI had written to CA about relaxation of hard quarantine rules in Brisbane as that would have confined the Indian squad to the hotel, something the players had strong reservations about

New three-day lockdown in Brisbane puts CA in spot

Lockdown was announced less than 24 hours after top cricket board officials from India and Australia were engaged in a discussion on relaxation of hard quarantine measures

Five, including Rohit Sharma, put in isolation

BCCI to probe into breach of the bio-security protocol

India women’s tour of Australia postponed to next season

CA moved the series to next season as part of the build-up to the ODI World Cup, which will be held in New Zealand in March and April, 2022.

Covid-hit Sydney offers to host two Tests

Cricket Australia (CA) was put on high alert earlier this month after an outbreak of the Covid-19 virus in the northern beaches in Sydney, which is scheduled to host the third Test from January 7

Cricket Australia mulls swapping last two Tests

According to CA, the leading option was still to play the match from January 7 to 11 in Sydney but if not, swapping the third and fourth Tests between Sydney and Brisbane was the top alternative

CA, CWI celebrate 60th anniversary of tied Test

Earl Eddings, Chair of Cricket Australia, also paid tribute to all those who took part in the famous Brisbane Test of 1960-61 and the enduring bond between the two cricketing sides.

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