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Justin Leppitsch has been sacked as the Brisbane coach and the team at The Final Score review the decision. Join Josh, Rudi, Joel, Morgan and
Following a comprehensive win against New Zealand, Australia has surged back to the top of the ICC Test Rankings. Chris De Silva dissects Australia’s first-place credentials.
West Indian cricket’s glory years have become a distant memory, as the future of their test team hangs in the balance, writes David Kennedy.
As the university year drags on, many students may feel wanderlust start to sneak in. Stephanie Atkins looks at some more budget-friendly travel options.
Nat Kassel explains how Sri Lanka’s recent leadership change could affect the Tamil minority.
After Australia picked up its first win of the summer against Sri Lanka, Kevin Cheong reviews the Hobart test.
With South Africa having come and gone, it is now Sri Lanka’s turn to put on the whites in what will be a tight three-test series in their second tour of Australia in as many years, writes Kevin Cheong.
With Australia’s first test match against South Africa just around the corner, Ashley Shenker previews the summer of cricket ahead.
In perhaps the most important group match of the Cricket World Cup so far, Ben Waterworth believes a confident Sri Lankan side – spurred on by a vocal home crowd – should be too good for Australia.
With two comfortable victories bracketing a back-from-the-dead triumph, Sri Lanka is aiming to finish its tour of Australia undefeated. Can Kumar Sangakkara’s men do it or will the Aussies end their wretched run of form?
The Australians have now lost their past six One Day Internationals in a row. Will it be seven straight after today’s encounter with Sri Lanka? Ben Waterworth previews the match.
After being convincingly beaten by Sri Lanka in the season-opening Twenty20 clash, Australia looks to bounce back in the 50-over format. Ben Waterworth previews the first of a three-match series.
Can Australia edge out Sri Lanka in this weekend’s Twenty20 clash? Ben Waterworth previews their encounter.
Sri Lankan television journalist and producer Amal Alvis is the first person to be profiled this year as part of our Working Journalist project. Shashini Gamage caught up with him in Melbourne.
A tragically prophetic piece by the assasinated editor of a Sri Lankan newspaper is one of the 100 articles every journalist should read, according to journalist and La Trobe Master of Global Communications student Shashini Gamage.