Rishabh Pant of India in action during day three of the fourth test match between Australia and India at the Gabba in Brisbane in January 2021.
To overcome seemingly insurmountable odds, sportspeople need to enter a certain state of mind.
It takes a lot for brands to back away from commercialisation opportunities. Cricket Australia's backing away from Australia Day is significant.
The pandemic has caused massive disruption to cricket in Australia and revealed just how dependent many sporting organisations are on their broadcast deals.
Cricket Australia has committed to review the policy annually.
Cricket Australia is providing opportunities for people who, while 'different', can fit in and feel welcomed.
Cricket Australia is a company limited by guarantee, and controls the game as a lucrative business. The general has have no ownership or direct influence over it.
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Cricket Australia promised to throw open the windows. But it is still keeping secrets behind closed doors.
An independent report has found that Australian cricket’s culture of win-at-all-costs has come at a high price.
While revered as heroes by their fans, Australia's cricketers have played hard – too hard – for too long, and now the sport must begin the difficult task of self-reflection and change.
Angela Williamson was sacked by Cricket Australia because of tweets criticising Tasmanian government policy.
Williamson's sacking over a tweet reveals not only problems with social media policies and freedom of speech, but the pervasive masculinity of sporting organisations.
A new A$1.182 billion dollar cricket broadcast rights deal will be split between Seven and Foxtel.
A 40-year partnership between Cricket Australia and the Nine Network ended today, with Seven and Foxtel securing media rights. The deal means more hours of coverage and is a big win for Foxtel.
The Brisbane Heat’s Chris Lynn has been drawing crowds.
The rights to broadcast cricket are being fought over by many different companies, who all want to stream the games.
The Australian cricketers’ refusal to work is a potent form of player power, however the potential benefits may be illusory.
Professional sports is bucking major trends in industrial relations, such as a marked decline in both union membership and industrial disputes over recent decades.
Dusk during the second day of the day-night Sheffield Shield match between Queensland and New South Wales at the Gabba, Brisbane, in October 2016.
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New research shows pink cricket balls can be extra difficult to see in those crucial minutes when day turns to night during play.
Hawthorn fans watched the players train this week - everyone is a winner when it comes to the AFL grand final.
When the Sydney Swans take on Hawthorn at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday, it won’t just be AFL fans cheering. As Australia’s dominant sport competition, the AFL generates more revenue than any…