The seamer, who has taken 297 first-class wickets, played one Test for Australia in 2016
Eddings stands down after three years as chairman after scrutiny over his desire to serve a second term
'To play a final at the world's leading ground is dream-come-true territory,' says Chris Smith, tournament manager of the National Village Cup, which climaxes each year at Lord's.
It’s one of the greatest rivalries in sports, when war off the field allows it — a contest of national identities that will be renewed this Sunday in a World Cup match.
It's cricket fighting season in China, so NPR went ringside to learn about the centuries-old sport. Turns out, the bugs are really high maintenance, big money's involved and big mandibles matter.
Cricket’s Twenty20 World Cup shows why sport should encourage upcoming nations, not deny them promotion
On Monday's episode of MasterChef Australia, the contestants competed for immunity from Sunday's upcoming challenge.
Resignation comes a day before CA’s annual general meetingEddings unlikely to have been re-elected after losing supportEarl Eddings has fallen on his sword and stepped down as chair of Cricket Australia a day before he was expected to lose his seat on the board at the governing body’s annual general meeting.
Following the dissolution of the Kolpak rule, Wiese was approached about the possibility of representing the Eagles after qualifying through his Namibian-born father
The 31-year-old, who recently completed a ban for corruption, is weighing up his options including a long-term cricketing future in the USA
Wicketkeeper claimed 11 catches on debut for Derbyshire in 2014, aged 18
"The history of the Netherlands has shown that we step up on the biggest stage."