WAGs take centre stage at Allan Border Medal
Australia's greatest cricketers have been outshone by their dazzling partners on the game's night of nights – the Allan Border Medal.
Fielding can be hard with pink ball: NZ
New Zealand opener Martin Guptill says he picked up the pink ball just fine while scoring a ton, but seeing it in the field wasn't quite so easy.
Tweak of tactics for day-night Tests: NZ
NZ coach Mike Hesson says the pink ball is a game changer when it comes to tactics, noting how much it will swing under lights in the day-night Test.
Clarke left out of senior players' meeting
Former Australian Test skipper Michael Clarke has revealed he was left out of a team meeting of senior players after the dumping of Brad Haddin in the recent Ashes.
Lyon tickled pink with day-night Test
Nathan Lyon says the pink ball will give spinners an advantage during next week's first day-night Test.
Hayden, Symonds pot shots a 'low act': Clarke
Michael Clarke has slammed former teammates Matthew Hayden and Andrew Symonds, describing their pot shots following his retirement as a "low act".
Pattinson ready for Test call-up
Injury-prone Victorian paceman James Pattinson says he's fit and ready to return to the Test attack in Adelaide if required.
Smith, Nevill crucial to O'Keefe success
Steve O'Keefe says his relationship with Steve Smith and Peter Nevill could be a crucial factor in the third Test against New Zealand.
Marsh deserves another chance: Watson
Shaun Marsh deserves his chance to play Test cricket again for Australia says recent retiree Shane Watson.
Khawaja must beat BBL path to Boxing Day
Coach Darren Lehmann concedes Australia may have to rely on a couple of Big Bash League games when mulling Usman Khawaja's bid for a Boxing Day return.