Australiaís Shame - Eddie Gilbert He was the cricketer who could have brought the English tourists to their knees during the Bodyline tests over the summer of 1932-33.
A viciously fast bowler, who many considered the only man capable of dishing the medicine up to the English batsman when the crowds cried for revenge for their despicable display of Bodyline bowling. Read More
Cricket Tourists Visiting Victoria Few would be aware that Melbourne and or selected destinations in the State of
Victoria offer opportunities for you to catch up and indulge your love of the sport and refresh your knowledge of the history of cricket in Australia via some terrific museums, historic places and destinations that cater for cricket lovers from far and wide. Read More
The Ashes Cricket Series This bi-annual test of Australiaís and Englandís finest cricket players is considered to be the epitomy of Test cricket. The English and Australians alike live and breathe The Ashes. Find out what The Ashes are all about. Read More
Ashes Series Schedule and Tickets Dates for the return Ashes bout in Australia during 2006/07 with information on how to obtain your Ashes Series Tickets originally sold out, but with more to be available from Cricket Australia in early November. Read More
WTC Disaster - Impact on Cricket Back in September 2001, Abc of Cricket forecast the likely impact of the WTC terrorist bombing on world cricket. Critics said the sport was safe and cricketers were not a target. Seems somebody forgot to tell the terrorists this. Read More
Sir Donald Bradman It will long be remembered as the day that marked the end of the finest innings in world cricket history. February 25, 2001 is a date known by cricket followers far and wide as the one that marks the passing of the great
Sir Donald George Bradman. Read More; Bodyline and Bradman
South Africa v Australia
Australiaís domination over England in the return Ashes bout was total. Now they head to Africa to
take on the South Africans, can they continue their run of recent form? What do you think?