Australian Cricket Supporters

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  • A place for fans of Australian Cricket to discuss everything from international to domestic competitions.

Recent Activities

  • Ajay Vishnu
    First of all, congratulations to India on making it to the semis. Yet another brilliant knock from Kohli. However, I'd like to draw attention to another topic here. As Australian cricket supporters, I believe we ought to give it some serious thought.
    Steven Smith is a wonderful batsman - truly special. But he's really failed as a captain.
    Let's face the facts. Zampa was the match-winning performer against Pakistan, not Faulkner. He got the main guns out - Akmal and Afridi, that too with good...  more
    • Damien Martyn
  • Damien Martyn
    Interesting article about what Shane Watson might do after cricket..
    http://bit.ly/shanewatsoncoach
    • Damien Martyn
  • Steve Cherry
    This topic seemed a bit light on for article's so here's one I found interesting. Luckily, earthquakes aren't one of your normal concerns for a cricket game - "NZ v Australia 2nd Test: Cricket Australia say Christchurch Test still on despite earthquake" - http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/cricket/cricket-australia-say-christchurch-test-still-scheduled-following-earthquake/news-story/57efc477ea9c6fa502b63f56ef9db30f
  • Ajay Vishnu
    When I was a kid, cricket was just a few hours of fun on the telly. Didn't care (or know) about the quality of cricket then. Then I happened to come across the Frank Worrell Trophy 2000/01 and the Carlton Series 2000/01. Was blown away by McGrath's bowling. Then came Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Became a Haydos fan after that. And by Ashes 2001, I had become a die hard Aussie cricket fan. That's when I truly understood what real cricket at the highest level meant. Passion, professionalism and...  more
    • Damien Martyn
  • Frederick Spofforth
    Featured batting in order are Joe Darling, Monty Noble,Victor Trumper and Clem Hill. Techniques may not look like much (and rather weak to short bowling), but these chaps had to bat on sticky...