Clarke announces his retirement

Michael Clarke, Australia's 43rd Test captain and fourth highest Test run-scorer, will retire from international cricket after the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval later this month. Clarke confirmed the news...

Australian captain to retire from ODI cricket after World Cup final

“I just want everyone to know that tomorrow will be my last ODI game for Australia,” Clarke said on Saturday. Clarke first broke the news to Cricket Australia boss James...
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The story behind Clarke’s ton of courage

Nauseous, sleep‐deprived and tortured by pain, Michael Clarke had sought out his trusted physiotherapist in the Australian team room well before the hotel's breakfast shift staff had clocked on...

Clarke on board to bat for Liverpool

South West Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) made the announcement today, World Cancer Day (4 February). Clarke said he was pleased to be part of the project. “It is a pleasure...

Clarke takes top honours at LG ICC Awards 2013

Australia captain Michael Clarke was today announced as the winner of the Sir Garfield Sobers trophy for ICC Cricketer of the Year and was also named as the ICC...

Milo, the official drink of play…and cricket!

We have two seasons in the Warren household...footy season, and cricket season. As soon as the weather starts warming up, the cricket bat and ball come out for many...

‘Ryan Harris fully deserves his success’, says Australian Test Captain Michael Clarke

RYAN Harris is one of Australian cricket’s great success stories. To be the leading fast bowler in an Ashes series at the age of almost 34 is a testament...