Ashes series has finally come to an end but what an Ashes this was especially for Australia. They were all over in the five-match series and finally won the Ashes by 4-0. In the fifth and final test of the series in Sydney, Australia shows their dominance again and beat England
The allegations of spot-fixing surround the ongoing Ashes series between Australia and England. According to a report in the newspaper THE SUN, two men asked the newspaper's reporters for up to $187k for spot-fixing in the third test between Australia and England like the exact amount of runs scored in an
Australia women cricket team retain the high profile women Ashes crown again but they lost the third and last women T20 international. Mooney score brilliant hundred, her first in 16 T20 matches. She is the fifth cricketer in women T20I cricket which score hundred and second Australian women to do so. While chasing
Australia has done all work to gain match fitness before the first Ashes test against England. Now Usain Bolt, the fastest man on the earth, helps Australian team to boost their running between the wickets. The first Ashes test will start on 23rd November in Brisbane. Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt is the current
Ashes series is more than cricket events for England and Australia. It is one of the biggest cricket series between any two nation. People from both countries involved so much in the game during Ashes. Not only people but players too involved in some argument. Former England off-spinner Graeme Swann warned
Star all-rounder Ellyse Perry scored his first ever double hundred in the one-off women ashes test against England. She remains not out on 213. After winning the toss, England women captain Knight decided to bat first. Opener Winfield only scores 4 runs but then Beaumont and Knight take the score to 129.
Cricket oldest rivalry Ashes will start from 22nd November in Australia. Ashes is equally most important for both England and Australia. England is the current holder of Ashes. But Australia looking to regain Ashes and some of the comments is already fired from sAustralianaian players.Talking to Australian Broadcasting Corporation Warner said "The