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Hayden, Boon, Wilson to join Hall of Fame

A trio of legendary names of Australian cricket will be added to the Hall of Fame at this year's Allan Border Medal event in Sydney

Scorchers red hot as Mooney falls early

The Perth Scorchers claimed a huge wicket early in their semi-final at the WACA, with Heat star Beth Mooney holing out


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Ricky Ponting on the origins of his pull-shot

As far as cricket videos go, we don't think it gets much better than the legendary Ricky Ponting reflecting on his famous pull-shot


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Players laud Crown Lager AB Medal-winner

We spoke to some star cricketers to find out what makes Crown Lager AB Medal-winner David Warner Australia’s finest


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Warner surprised to take top honour at AB Medal

Aggressive Australia opener David Warner secured back-to-back Allan Border medals, toppling captain Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc


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Super Starc top of the Test match class

Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc claimed the Test Player of the Year prize after a stellar 12 months for his country in the five-day format


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Retired Watson collects Twenty20 prize

Allrounder Shane Watson discusses his latest accolade after being named Australia’s T20 International Player of the Year at the Crown Lager Allan Border Medal


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Superstar Lanning grabs two awards

Australian captain and world’s No.1 batter Meg Lanning claimed the Belinda Clark Award and Female Domestic Player of the Year at the Allan Border Medal


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To receive that award was humbling: Molineux

Sophie Molineux talks to the media after being named the inaugural winner of the new Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year Award at the Crown Lager AB Medal night


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David Boon inducted into Hall of Fame

Tasmanian David Boon scored more than 13,000 international runs during his decorated career, securing his place in Australian Cricket's Hall of Fame


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Matthew Hayden inducted into Hall of Fame

Queenslander Matthew Hayden, a powerful opening batsmen during Australia's golden era of the early 2000s, scored 40 international centuries and almost 15,000 runs


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Combined side cruises to victory in decider

The combined South Australia/Western Australia team toppled Victoria in today's Blind and Vision Impaired Division Grand Final in Geelong


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Warner crowned the 2017 AB Medallist

Australia vice-captain David Warner said it was a shock to be handed his second consecutive Crown Lager Allan Border Medal