England Spy on Australia

It might not have been a week since the Australia Cricket Team has landed on enemy soil when they were given a reminder of the fact after Gemma Broad, the sister of England cricketer Stuart Broad and the video analyst for the England Cricket Team was found at Grace Road during the practices match of the Aussies against the Leicestershire Foxes.

McDermott Resigns as Bowling Coach

Craig McDermott has stepped down from his role as the bowling coach of the Australia Cricket Team after only a year in the job and the reason that he has cited for stepping down is that he cannot cope with the amount of travel involved in a job like this, according to sources in Cricket Australia. The resignation has already been accepted by the Aussie cricket board that is currently looking for replacements as of now.


Having played the first match in the year 1877, the Australian Cricket Team is the oldest playing international cricket team till date. The Australian Cricket Team mainly draws its players from the domestic teams in the country like the Sheffield Shield, Big bash League and Australian Domestic One day series.


When Gilchrist retired from all forms of international cricket, it was a sad day for Australian cricket.

They have attempted to replace him with Brad Haddin, but Haddin has been unable to match Gilchrist’s brilliance when it comes to both the keeping side and the batting side required of the role.

Haddin’s place in the side now appears to be under serious threat from the youngster Matthew Wade, with his top score of 72 catching the eye of spectators and pundits alike.


Australian paceman Brett Lee faces a four-to-six week lay-off after fracturing his foot in a Twenty20 match against India.

The 35 year-old fast bowler, second on the list of Australian One Day International wicket takers behind Glenn McGrath, was struck by the ball during the last over of his spell at the MCG on Friday night.

Australia subsequently slumped to an eight-wicket defeat, and team doctor Trefor James explained how Lee’s foot became swollen the following day.


Michael Clarke, the captain of the Australia Cricket Team has made it clear to his teammates that only consistent performances will keep the side on top against India as they play the second Test of the 4 match series against India at Sydney, which will be a historic event for the ground as well as it will be the 100th international Test match to be played there.

Clarke, speaking ahead of the second test, was extremely proud and satisfied with the efforts put up by the players of his team and he also was full of praise for his former captain Ricky Ponting.