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Australia takes sole lead in the ICC Women’s championship

Dubai, Mar 3 (IBNS) The ICC Women’s Championship has a clear leader in world champion Australia after an exciting month of one-day cricket, which featured seven of the eight sides in the competition.

Australia finishes as number-one ranked Test side at the annual cut-off date

Sydney, Feb 24 (IBNS) Australia has regained the prestigious ICC Test Mace and has also won a cash award of $1million after winning the Christchurch Test by seven wickets, which has given it a 2-0 series win against New Zealand.

Australia set India 331 runs to win 5th ODI

Sydney, Jan 23 (IBNS) Batting first in the fifth and final ODI of the series, Australia set India a steep target of 331 runs, here on Saturday.

It was disappointing in the end not to be on the winning side: Sharma

Perth, Jan 14 (IBNS): Despite hammering a century in the first ODI match against Australia, Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma felt disappointed that he could not be a part of the winning side.

New Zealand take 94 runs lead against Australia

Adelaide, Nov 28 (IBNS) New Zealand finished the second day's play of the first Day Night Test with a 94 runs lead against Australia here on Saturday.

Australia, New Zealand enter record-books

Adelaide, Nov 27 (IBNS) The trans-Tasman rivalry reached a new high on Friday, when Australia and New Zealand locked horns for the third Test of the ongoing series, therefore playing the first official day-night Test match, here at the Adelaide Oval.

Adelaide to host the first day-night Test match

Victoria, Nov 17 (IBNS) Australia's Adelaide Oval will witness history on Nov 27 when it officially host the first ever day-night Test match between Australia and New Zealand, the third of the Chappell-Hadlee Test series.

Australia delays departure for Bangladesh tour amid security warning

Sydney, Sept 26 (IBNS): Amid security concerns raised by the Australian government, the national cricket side has delayed their departure for Bangladesh, officials said.

Australian selectors pick up 15-men squad for Bangladesh Test series

Sydney, Sept 14 (IBNS): Cricket Australia has announced a 15 -men Australian squad for the upcoming two-match Test series against Bangladesh.

England wins fourth test by an innings and 78 runs, regains the Ashes

Nottingham, Aug 8 (IBNS) Team England achieved an emphatic victory by an innings and 78 runs over arch-rivals Australia here on Saturday to regain the Ashes and go 3-1 in the ongoing series.

Day two: Australia manages to stay afloat, England still on the driving seat

Nottingham, Aug 7 (IBNS) A comparatively better outing in the second innings by the Aussie batsmen kept their team from getting ousted inside two days, here on Friday.

Ashes: Anderson destroys Australia as England finish day one on a high

Birmingham, July 29 (IBNS) A fine spell of fast bowling by pacer James Anderson and a lack of aptitude by the Aussie batsman gave England an edge on the opening day of the third Ashes Test match here on Wednesday.

Australia crush India to reach WC final

Sydney, Mar 26 (IBNS): India crushed out of the World Cup after Australia defeated the current World Champions by 95 runs in the semi-final of the tournament here on Thursday.

Australia 132/1 after 25 overs

Sydney, Mar 28 (IBNS): Australia reached 132 runs for the loss of a wicket after 25 overs against India in the second semi-final clash of the World Cup here on Thursday.

Australia post 572, India finish the day at 71/1

Sydney, Jan 7 (IBNS): Australian batsmen continued their dominance as Steve Smith hit a century to post 572 runs for the loss of seven wickets before declaring their innings at the end of the second day of the fourth Tests match here on Wednesday.