English cricket disgraces itself as Smith’s sins fade
Australia have one hand on the Ashes, and two feet upon the moral high ground, after the second test match in England.
TV executive quits as reality hits Three
Mark Jennings looks at why a key executive at Mediaworks has quit and what his departure means for locally-produced shows.
From the Sportsroom: Test match fever special edition
It’s already a disaster. The Black Caps have even lost the toss yet (or if you’re reading this after 10.45am they have) and it is already a disaster
This World Cup final will make you sick
‘The Black Caps did everything right. They were superheroes. They had the World Cup in their hands three freaking times. Fate can’t be this unkind.’ Steve Deane reports from the depths of defeat.
Cricket’s misery wheel turns just in time
That’s the beauty of cricket – even those who should know, and usually do know, don’t always know what is going on.
Cricketing MP Kiri Allan one of a kind at World Cup
Kiri Allan may be the only woman playing in the Parliamentary Cricket World Cup in London, but the MP is not afraid to face some of the greatest male players the game has seen.
The women who will make the next World Cup happen
The Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 is still 18 months away - but key moves to ensure its success are happening now.
Amelia Kerr leaves India wanting more
“I didn’t want to come home,” are the first words out of Amelia Kerr’s mouth when describing her stint playing in India’s women’s IPL.