Cricket Australia is further looking to cut staff from their personnel as the COVID-19 pandemic has had adverse effects on their revenue. The latest who could be on the firing line is their Chief Executive Kevin Roberts as the board prepare themselves
Former Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland admits it was a serious WTF moment after the ball-tampering scandal. Sutherland believes he could have lessened the fall out had he intervened earlier. Sutherland had served Australian cricket for a long period of 17 years.
The turmoil in Australian cricket just keeps on getting extended as James Sutherland has decided to step down from his position as Cricket Australia’s CEO. Sutherland has given the board a 12-month notice to find his successor. The latest setback for Australian cricket comes
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has officially confirmed to Cricket Australia (CA) that Team India will not play day-night Test when India will tour Down Under later this year. However, Australia cricket board was pushing the Board to play
The uncertainty over the day-night Test in Australia keeps on getting dragged. Initially, the BCCI had planned to host the Windies is a pink-ball Test later this year. The board had taken the decision only after consulting the head coach, Ravi Shastri.
Cricket Australia (CA) CEO James Sutherland has given it back to his Indian counterparts and the latter refused to take part in a much-anticipated day-night Test in the upcoming series down under. Sutherland feels that Virat Kohli’s men are desperate to win
Cricket Australia CEO, James Sutherland believes David Warner can make a comeback into the Australian national team. The former Australian deputy was banned for a period of one-year for his role in the Ball-Tampering scandal. As per CA’s findings, Warner played a
Cricket Australia (CA) Chief James Sutherland admits that Australian team’s behaviour wasn’t acceptable during the Durban Test. CA has given an ultimatum to the Australian players regarding the on-field decorum while representing Australia. Captain Steve Smith and Head Coach Darren Lehmann shrugged off
Australia Alex Blackwell has decided to call it day from international and state cricket, thus ending her 15 years of international career. Further, Blackwell announced her decision after New South WWales Breakers booked a place in the 50-over Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL)
Cricket Australia’s Chief Executive James Sutherland went on to reveal that how three hours of a Twenty20 match is worth as much in Indian Television broadcasters as five days of a Test match, a sad market reality which has affected the longest