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Dane Eldridge

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Dane was named best and fairest in the 2004 Bathurst mixed indoor cricket competition. With nothing in the game left to achieve, he immediately retired at his peak to a reclusive life ensconced in the velvet of organised contests. Catch the man here: @eld2_0

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Maxwell punished for disrespecting Wade but free to continue disrespecting his wicket

Maxwell punished for disrespecting Wade but free to continue disrespecting his wicket

3 days ago

Australia’s leadership group has controversially handed down a fine to Glenn Maxwell for speaking, but has stopped short of rebuking him for years of batting like a lunatic.

Cummins rested to be fit for return in ‘next few decades’

Cummins rested to be fit for return in 'next few decades'

5 days ago

Faux-clusive: Cricket Australia medical staff have instructed Pat Cummins to withdraw from the upcoming Chappell-Hadlee series so he may be available for national selection after he retires.

After Adelaide, all Australian batsmen over 30 must retire

After Adelaide, all Australian batsmen over 30 must retire

29 Nov 2016

One relatively chaos-free weekend in Adelaide has proven old batsmen are now useless to Australian cricket, placing them alongside other exiles like sub-130km/h seamers, stroke-makers with custard arms and tail-enders who can’t bat.

Everyone lay off the South Africans, they only broke the law

Everyone lay off the South Africans, they only broke the law

20 Nov 2016

After applying a foreign substance to the ball, the South Africans believe they have not breached ICC Code of Conduct law 2.2.9 outlawing the application of foreign substances to the ball. And frankly, I’m with them on this one.

If there’s anything Australia needs right now, it’s more science and technology

If there's anything Australia needs right now, it's more science and technology

19 Nov 2016

As our batsmen liquefied in Hobart, Cricket Australia announced an exciting new partnership which will see Microsoft technology teamed with our major-soft cricketers.

The battle for top office: Meninga to complete landslide win over Bennett

The battle for top office: Meninga to complete landslide win over Bennett

11 Nov 2016

The week’s most mean-spirited battle for high office will reach its stunning climax this Sunday night, with exit polls indicating a clear victor is set to be inaugurated in the showdown between Mal Meninga and Wayne Bennett.

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