It took an eternity, but long-suffering Waratahs supporters have let their true feelings be known. Not once, not twice, but three times on Saturday night the Waratahs were booed by their own fans after they seemed to give up against the Cheetahs, a bottom-placed bunch of battlers, who had never..read more
THE boos that greeted Michael Clarke at the Gabba on Sunday night may have been loud, but Australian teammate John Hastings believes the stand-in skipper's reaction spoke volumes about his character.
AUCKLAND: Australia lost vice-captain Michael Clarke for the business end of the Chappell-Hadlee series but still won the trophy. The tourists overcame the complexities of the Duckworth-Lewis system to win a rain-disrupted clash at Eden Park and claim the series just 48 hours before Clarke was to return to a..read more
WARATAHS coach Chris Hickey would prefer his side kicked less against the Lions tonight than in their previous outing against the Sharks - but cannot guarantee that will be the case.
A DEMOLITION job at Headingley has Australia poised to level the Ashes series after just a day of irrepressible cricket but it is the selectors who must now explain why it was not allowed to happen earlier.