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Pay dispute ends, Clarke and Johnson big winners in CA's contract list
Skipper Michael Clarke and pacer Mitchell Johnson have emerged as biggest gainers in Cricket Australia's list of contracted players for the next year,as the governing body has reduced the number from 25 to 17.

PCB's inability to send 'A' team on foreign tour hampering cricketers progress
The selection committee has said that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) inability to send its 'A' team on any foreign tour, is hampering players' progress.

Katy Perry gets cosy with Oz cricketer Doug Bollinger at IPL opening
Katy Perry, who headed back to India where she was proposed to and subsequently got married to Russell Brand, seemed rejuvenated as she took to the stage and opened the Indian Premier League on Tuesday.

CA defends players' injuries as 'inevitable' following Pattinson's break down
Cricket Australia has defended the management of its fast bowlers after another youngster James Pattinson was ruled out of the Test series against India.

Bollinger eyeing spot in Oz Test for Boxing Day Test against India
Former Australian bowling coach Troy Cooley has said that Doug Bollinger, who is coming back from a hamstring injury, will use the Chairman's XI match against India to attract the eyes of the selection panel for the Indian Test series.

Bollinger hopeful of recall for India series
Doug Bollinger, who will be returning from a hamstring injury in Sydney grade cricket today, is hopeful of a recall for the series against India.

Hughes gets another chance to retain spot in Oz squad for India Test series
Out-of-form Australian opening batsman Phil Hughes has been given another lifeline by national selectors to retain his place in the national squad for the upcoming four-Test series against India.

Oz rookie Mitchell Starc hoping to replace Johnson
Australian pace bowler Mitchell Starc is hoping to replace fellow left-armer Mitchell Johnson in the long run, ahead of the second Test against New Zealand.

Christian could be next Test model off T20 production line
New South Wales-born Dan Christian could be the third Australian cricketer in as many Tests and the fourth this year to receive the coveted baggy green after making a name for himself in the Twenty20 form of the game.

Injury rules out Oz youngster Ben Cutting for a month
In the latest blow to Australia's injury-racked pace stocks, Queensland fast bowler Ben Cutting has been ruled out for a month due to a side strain.

Test hopeful Warner on the lookout for Shield glory
Batting tyro David Warner's push for a baggy green will take a crucial step on Sunday when he makes his first Sheffield Shield appearance of the season for New South Wales against South Australia at the Bankstown Oval.

Cummins impresses in one-day adversity
Veteran Australian cricketer Mike Hussey has said that he is quite impressed with the responses of teenage pacer Pat Cummins, especially after being smashed around St George's Park in Port Elizabeth for figures of 1-73 from his 10 overs in Australia's 80-run defeat last Sunday.

Australia determined to prove World No.1 ODI ranking: Bollinger
Australian fast bowler Doug Bollinger says that his team is determined to prove their World No.1 ODI team ranking when they face South Africa in the series-decider in Durban on Friday.

Ex-pacer Pascoe says include players in national squads after proven domestic performances
Former Australian fast bowler Len Pascoe has cautioned Cricket Australia to include players in national squads only after they have been tried and tested in the domestic circuit.

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