Tag: australia-in-west-indies

  • Australia

    Clarke happy but not getting ‘carried away’

    Australia captain Michael Clarke was delighted with his side's nine-wicket win over the West Indies in Dominica, the game ending in under three days, but said it was only the start of their Test season.

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    Ramdin disappointed by litany of errors

    West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin was not impressed with the way his side crumbled to a second heavy defeat to Australia, losing the second Test by 277 runs inside four days, and listed all their errors.

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  • Australia

    Johnson under pressure from young guns

    Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson may not have had the most prolific of series against the West Indies, but selector Mark Waugh still regards the paceman as his attack leader heading to the Ashes.

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  • Australia

    Smith overtakes Sanga to top Test rankings

    Australia batsman Steven Smith has become the number one batsman in Tests, overtaking Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara to become the first Aussie in that position in three years.

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  • Australia

    Lyon proud of breaking spin wicket record

    Australia spinner Nathan Lyon now holds the record for the most wickets by an Aussie spinner in Tests, having overtake the record on day two against the West Indies, and he called it a 'big moment'.

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  • Australia

    Rogers: Doctor was right to bench me

    Australia opening batsman Chris Rogers admits the doctors were right to prevent him from playing in the Test series against the West Indies, despite initially being put out by the decision.

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  • Australia

    Warner tired of being the sledging leader

    Australia opening batsman David Warner says he's looking to tone down his on-field attacking persona, and wants to be seen in a more mature, serious light, rather than the leader of the sledging brigade.

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  • Australia

    Pitch report: Sabina Park, Jamaica

    This is not a ground that often ends in a draw. There hasn't been one this century, the last in 1998, and winning margins tend to be rather hefty.

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  • Australia

    ‘Samuels fell into our short ball trap’

    Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson added to the mid games ahead of the second Test against the West Indies, saying they had tried to get Marlon Samuels out with a short ball and the batsman fell perfectly into the trap.

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  • Australia

    Aussies tear through West Indies on day one

    Australia kicked off the Test series in the Caribbean with a bang as their frontline bowlers took just two sessions to dismiss the West Indies for 148.

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