Our Voices


Andrew Ramsey
 @ARamseyCricket

Andrew Ramsey is the senior writer for cricket.com.au. He previously wrote for the Guardian, The Australian, The Times, The Telegraph, The Hindu and Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack and the author of The Wrong Line.

Sam Ferris
 @samuelfez

Sam Ferris is a Sydney-based journalist for cricket.com.au. He started in 2011 as a Big Bash League correspondent and continues to monitor the domestic scene and national sides closely.

Laura Jolly
 @JollyLauz18

Laura Jolly is a writer for cricket.com.au. She previously wrote for News Corp Australia and the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. 

Jason Gillespie
 @dizzy259

Jason Gillespie is a fast bowling legend. He took 259 Test wickets, and 142 more in ODIs. He scored 201 not out in his final Test before forging a successful career as a coach, and currently helms the Adelaide Strikers

Martin Smith
 @martinsmith9994

Martin Smith is a writer for cricket.com.au. He previously wrote for Yahoo!7 Sport and Fox Sports.

Adam Burnett
 @AdamBurnett09

Adam Burnett is senior news editor of bigbash.com.au. He previously wrote for and edited at Inside Cricket magazine and The Sydney Morning Herald in Australia and The Telegraph and The Guardian in the UK.

Steve Smith
 @stevesmith49

Steve is the 45th Test captain of Australia, one-day and T20 captain, and is a world-class batsman

Louis Cameron
 @LouisDBCameron

A Victorian fast bowler who has played Shield cricket, Louis joined the cricket.com.au team with assistance from the Australian Cricketers' Association's Internship Program

Mazher Arshad
 @MazherArshad

Mazher Arshad is a Pakistani statistician and journalist based out of Lahore. He has covered various Test and ODI series as a TV statistician, and has earned a reputation as one of cricket’s leading stats gurus.

Misbah-ul-Haq

Captain of the Pakistan Test team, Misbah-ul-Haq has represented his country in more than 250 matches across all formats since making his international debut in 2001.

Chris Stocks
 @StocksC_cricket

Chris Stocks is a freelance cricket writer based in London. He is a regular contributor to the Guardian, Daily Mail, Independent and London Evening Standard.

Dave Middleton
 @Dave_Middleton

Dave Middleton is cricket.com.au's senior news editor. From Queensland, he spent 10 years in the UK where he wrote for The Times, The Sunday Times, the Guardian and The Telegraph.

Justin Langer

Justin Langer was Australia's caretaker coach for the Caribbean tri-series, the full-time coach of the Western Warriors and Perth Scorchers and a Baggy Green legend with 7,696 Test runs 

Meg Lanning

Meg Lanning is the captain of the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars and the world's No.1 batter in both one-day and T20 formats. She owns a host of records, and was Australia's youngest ever captain - male or female. She was named Wisden's inaugural Leading Woman Cricketer in 2015

Lisa Sthalekar
 @sthalekar93

Lisa Sthalekar is an Australian cricket legend who was the first player to score 1,000 runs and take 100 wickets in ODIs in her glittering Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars career. This summer, she is staging a comeback for the Sydney Sixers in the Women's Big Bash League.

Adam Zampa
 @zamps63

One member of Australia's young crop of exciting leg-spinners, Adam Zampa is South Australia's premier tweaker and lower-order hitter. 

Ryan Harris
 @r_harris413

Ryan Harris is one of Australian cricket's most beloved players and the man skipper Michael Clarke says is "the first player selected in the Australian team".

Glenn McGrath
 @glennmcgrath11

The Australian fast-bowling legend took a record 563 wickets in his 124-Test career and is a three-time World Cup winner. A tireless campaigner for charity he has helped make the annual SCG 'Pink Test' an institution in memory of his late wife, Jane.

Shane Watson
 @ShaneRWatson33

Shane Watson is an Australian allrounder who plays for NSW, Sydney Thunder and the Rajasthan Royals.

Damien Fleming
 @bowlologist

Damien Fleming is one of cricket's great characters who is one of only three men who took a Test hat-trick on debut; a fact The Bowlologist doesn't mind reminding people of.

Jacques Kallis
 @jacqueskallis75

Jacques Kallis is one of the greatest cricketers of all time. The South African is the only cricketer in the history of the game to score more than 11,000 runs and take 250 wickets in both one-day and Test match cricket.

Ben Wise
 @BenWiseMelb

Ben Wise is cricket.com.au's head of content. He previously held similar roles at Southern Cross Austereo (Triple M) and Fairfax Radio.

Greg Chappell

Greg Chappell is a legend of Australian cricket who amassed 7,110 Test runs at the incredible average of 53.86. He is now National Talent Manager at the Bupa National Cricket Centre.

Jim Maxwell

ABC Grandstand’s head cricket commentator Jim Maxwell has covered more than 250 Test matches and five World Cups since joining the ABC in 1973.

Chris Rogers
 BuckRogers55

Former Test opener Chris 'Bucky' Rogers played 25 Tests in the Baggy Green and scored 2015 runs at 42.87 before calling time on his international career in 2015. 

Adam Voges
 @acvoges

A veteran of Australian and international cricket for more than a decade, the reigning Bupa Sheffield Shield player of the year will be writing blogs for cricket.com.au throughout the winter.

Kuldip Lal
 @diplal

Kuldip Lal is a New Delhi-based journalist who was a sports writer with Agence-France Presse (AFP) for 30 years before retiring in 2015. He had also written previously for the Kolkata-based Telegraph newspaper and Sportsworld magazine.

Mike Cranmer
 @mcranmer35

Mike is a former Australian Under-19 representative who has played for the West End Redbacks. He is currently studying journalism and writing for Cricket Australia’s Under-19 National Championships in Adelaide.

Gaurav Joshi
 @Gampa_cricket

Gaurav Joshi is a freelance cricket journalist. He had previously covered cricket for ABC Radio, BBC Asia, Mid-Day News, ESPNcricinfo and Wisden.

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Adam is an Emmy-awarding winning cameraman, with a television sport background stretching back more than a decade. He has worked with numerous sporting organisations, teams and programs including FIFA, UEFA, EPL, BBC, Sky, and ESPN and on events such as the Cricket and Football World Cups, Olympics, the Premier League, European football championships, Champions League, international Test cricket, IPL, America's Cups and World's Strongest Man.

Andre recently joined Cricket Australia as a cameraman/editor after six years as a video journalist with Melbourne's Herald Sun. Concentrating mostly in sport, Andre has produced news and feature videos with several of Australia's leading print journalists and athletes, including an award-winning piece with AFL identity Jason Akermanis and his involvement in regional football.