The Ashes 2010: Doug Bollinger is the return of the sparkling Brisbane

>> Friday, October 29, 2010

Bollinger suffered the injury in the first Test tour of India and also missed the one-day series. He was dismissed from the next one-day series against Sri Lanka, but must return to Sheffield Shield has called on the ashes.Simon Katich (thumb ligament) and Ryan Harris (knee surgery) is expected to be suitable to take the side as Andrew Strauss's attempt to regain Ashes in Australia.

Cricket Australia physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said Doug Bollinger returned from India with a stomach muscle strain sustained during the first test. "He has not recovered in time to be available for the ODI series in India back in Australia. He analyzes what was acquitted of any significant muscle injury. As such he will start bowling next week and is likely to be available for selection for the match-Bix Sheffield Shield Know for New South Wales against Tasmania on 17 October before the first Ashes test Vodafone. The Katich, Kountouris added: "Simon Katich injured a ligament in the thumb before the first Test in India.

Since returning home, he saw a specialist who advised her a short break to take pole, then back in training. As such, it has not hit since his return from India, but will do next week. "He will Weet-Bix Sheffield Shield game for New South Wales began on October 31 missed, but should be available for selection for the Weet-Bix Sheffield Shield play begins November 10 and 17, the prior preparation for the first test Brisbane Ashes Vodafone. Ryan Harris is on track with his rehabilitation from knee surgery he underwent in July 2010.

"This is likely to be available for a game Futures Queensland League next week and hopefully be available for selection for Queensland in game Ryobi Cup on 6 November."As long as there are no setbacks during this period, it will be available for selection for the match-Bix Sheffield Shield Know for Queensland on either November 10 or 17, in advance of the first Ashes test Vodafone, beginning November 25."


Pakistan's Mohammad Asif withdraws appeal against provisional suspension

>> Monday, October 25, 2010

Daily Telegraph - Asif was provisionally suspended along with Salman Butt and Mohammad Amir after a sting operation by the News of the World accused their agent of accepting money on their behalf for bowling no-balls during a Test match against England. Butt and Amir have not withdrawn their appeals at this stage and will still face a disciplinary hearing chaired by Michael Beloff QC in Qatar on Oct 30 and 31.

All three players are suspended while a criminal investigation in London is being conducted. Formal proceedings by the International Cricket Council will only begin once that investigation is over. Asif will now only be able to put the case for his defence at that stage.

Earlier this week the trio were prevented from training at the Pakistan Cricket Board’s Academy in Lahore and Asif’s move follows intense pressure form the ICC on the board. At the ICC’s last board meeting the PCB were set a deadline of 31 days to improve their methods of anti-corruption education.


The Ashes 2010 countdown: Top 50 moments of England in Australia

>> Saturday, October 23, 2010

Daily Telegraph - With 50 days before the start of the 2010-11 Ashes series, Huw Turberville - author of La Tour's tougher - the countdown begins by looking back through the history of some of the most memorable visit England's Down Under. 


County cricket structure for 2011 labelled 'madness'

>> Friday, October 22, 2010

As Telegraph Sport revealed on Wednesday, a working party set up by the ECB this month took the early decision not to tinker with next season's structure, including retaining a 16-match per county Twenty20 competition.


India (292-5) beat Australia (289-3) by five wickets

>> Thursday, October 21, 2010

Virat Kohli hit his highest score of an international day of India leading to a five-wicket win in Australia in the second one day international at Visakhapatnam.


The International Cricket Council plans to use undercover agents to help in the fight against corruption in sport

>> Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Under the proposal, should the governing body of cricket using agents to pose as illegal bookmakers and cricketers approach.


Ian Bell to bed with Century Australia Down Under

Bell has impressed with a mental toughness since his return to England once midway through the Ashes last summer but failed to reach three figures at the end Ricky Ponting during the three games he played in this series.




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