Have your say on Australia's choice of headwear.
Cricket Australia has been accused of selling out on the famous baggy green after Australian players wore a sponsors cap in a tour match against Jamaica.
Former Australian player Greg Matthews has told News Limited publications that he would never have abandoned the traditional baggy green cap in favour of a sponosors cap.
"Money talks," Matthews said. "You're selling your pride, selling the baggy green. It just cheapens things.
"If someone said to me I had to wear a VB hat, I'd tell them to piss off," he continued emotionally.
Cricket Australia's public affairs manager, Philip Pope, said that the decision was made for the sake of uniformity, with commercial considerations not coming into it.
Players receive a baggy green cap when making their Test debut, so not all tourists have one. Brad Haddin was the only player in the side facing Jamaica who hasn't made his Test debut.
Greg Matthews replied that every player on tour should be entitled to wear the traditional headwear.
"They're making someone feel not as important because, what, they haven't played Test cricket?" he said.
"They're saying you're not an equal to the bloke you're sharing a dressing room with, an aeroplane with, that you're going out to bat with, that you're walking on the field with."
Former Australian Test captain Kim Hughes said he couldn't recall a precedent.
"The only alternative was the floppy wide-brimmed hat, always with our coat of arms on it," he said.
Keith Stackpole said he was disappointed.
"There are certain things that should be sacred," he said. "You are representing Australia, not VB."
Is wearing the VB Blue an insult to the baggy green?
Can uniformity really be an excuse when the helmets worn in the field are green?
Is this a bad precedent to set?
Is Cricket Australia just moving with the times?