This afternoon, Cricket Australia outlined their new rules surrounding gender diverse athletes. However, worldwide inclusion is very much a work-in-progress.
After a year of scandal, Cricket Australia seems to have turned the corner. However, after seeing an ad that emboldened women, I’m absolutely sure that they have not changed.
Yesterday, the ‘Summer of Cricket’ kicked off. However, like most Australians, I completely forgot about it. Due to the actions of a knowing few, I believe we’ve all lost something precious.
In response to an independent review of their boorish culture, Cricket Australia responded in a rather fitting manner. Got him!
The limp reaction to New South Wales finally beating Queensland is telling. To many, myself included, the culture of scandal has pushed us away for good.
Yet more details of Donald Trump’s affair, Facebook’s murky morals and the next step for Cricket Australia highlights the week that was. Hoo-boy.
With Cricket Australia forcing the resignation of coach Darren Lehmann, perhaps we should view this week’s outrage as the dawn of a new sensibility.
Sweet, painful Monday. What happened while you were asleep? Well, the first meme of the Trump administration occurred and we were zapped back to 1989, here and abroad. Oh, joy.
Morning all! What happened while you were asleep? Well, we now know the name of the Berlin attacker, One Nation has a brand new confusing candidate, and a security guard caught a ball and we officially lost it.
Meg Lanning stands front and centre to the growing professionalism of women’s sport. The Big Smoke chats with our only successful test captain.
Proud immigrant and Australian, Ingeborg van Teeseling, retells the shock and awe she experienced at her first Australian Christmas.
TBS chats to wordsmiths and amateur cricket hacks Messrs Higgins, Edwards and Perry, to explain their newly-released book, The Grade Cricketer.
Has the biggest sporting weekend on our calendar left you wondering why all the fuss? TBS Editor Mathew Mackie explains why Sport matters.
We’ve all witnessed Michael Clarke’s rise and fall in test cricket; but we’re curious, which Michael Clarke will be remembered?
Kicking off with dentist-in-waiting Bryan Clay, we’re running Jack Howes #HotTaekes a couple of days late this week, but its still full of all the best sporting stuff of the week that was.
Because it was Good Friday (good = NO SPORT), the Friday sports feature pops up today as Jack Howes wraps the Cricket World Cup and the joy of the Aussies smashing the Kiwis #WearetheChampionsmyfriend
Touching on obligatory cricket issues (that World Cup thing), it’s pretty much AFL week from good sport Jack Howes after the ASADA case against the Bombers hit a snag and two Pies were sprung being silly clenbuterol sausages.
Jack Howes’ Hot Taekes credits League for delivering fresh controversy on a rolling basis, giving us the low-down on the men still standing – and where they stand – in sport worldwide.
As K Hunt cops a whack for his short-lived friendship with Charlie, Jack Howes will be watching the Bombers field a team of supplementary players in the NAB Cup who are at least supplement free.
In this week’s #HotTaeks, Jack Howes asserts there may be no organisation worse than the ICC, updates us on Karmichael Hunt and introduces 17-year-old women’s golf number one, Lydia Ko.
Tipping his cap to Michael Clarke, Matt Lygoe acknowledges that Pup’s dedication to the game, even through injury, affirms his place as Aussie Cricket Captain.
In week two of his new regular Saturday column, #HotTaeks, Jack Howes finds rugby is struggling, baseball is lolz and hats are more interesting…