Victory at Newlands with just 27 balls spare
Quickfire analysis of a memorable Test day
South Africa remains No.1, despite series loss
Light at the end of day-night tunnel
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Australia take on South Africa for a three-Test / three-T20 series.
Australia are ready to take on the world in Bangladesh, are you?
The Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars take their T20 form to Bangladesh.
Mitchell Johnson holds the record for the most wickets (37) in an Ashes series by a left-arm quick.
Brad Haddin has scored the most runs by an Australian wicketkeeper in a Test series.
Meg Lanning holds the record for the fastest 50 and century by an Australian female, scoring 50 runs off 23 balls and 100 off 45.
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Australia take on the English this summer in the KFC T20 INTL Series with matches in Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney.
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Opening batsman Chris Rogers will be writing for cricket.com.au during the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test series.
Mr Cricket will be providing his thoughts and insights on Australian Cricket now that he has retired from the international game.
Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars' Meg Lanning holds the record for the fastest 50 and century for an Australian female. Lanning gives an insight into being a female elite cricketer.
Cricket Correspondent for the UK's Daily Mirror newspaper. Dean Wilson has reported on the ups and downs of the England team for more than a decade and will bring a close up Pom's-eye view of the Ashes.
General Manager, Team Performance, Pat Howard will be providing a weekly insight into Cricket Australia's high performance both on the field with the Australian teams and off-field at the Centre of Excellence in Brisbane.
Former Australian opening batsman Justin Langer provides insight into his new coaching role with Western Australia and the various domestic competitions.
Mitch Starc is part of the new generation of young fast bowlers. The left-hander will provide an insight into life on the road with the Aussie team, interviewing his team-mates for CATV throughout the Ashes series.
Australian opening bastman Ed Cowan has a keen eye behind the lens and will be sharing his photos throughout the Ashes series in the UK #edseye
George Bailey is a rare breed in cricket, having been named captain of the Australian T20 side despite never having played an international match in any format of the game. Bailey provides a different perspective on the inner workings of the Australian cricketing landscape.
Greg Chappell captained Australia between 1975-1977. Chappell joined the controversial World Series Cricket, before returning to the Australian captaincy in 1979, a position he held until his retirement 1984. He now works as National Talent Manager at Cricket Australia.
Arguably the best female athlete in Australia, Perry is unique in having played on the international stage, including World Cups, in both cricket & soccer.
South African born Mickey Arthur is the former Head Coach of the Australian cricket team. Arthur provides an insight on the preparation and reflects on the performance of the national team during his time with the team.
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Alex Blackwell, vice-captain of the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars, gives an insight on the preparation & performance of the Stars.
Features writer following the Tour of the British Isles
Newly capped young fast bowler Trent Copeland provide us insight to life on the road with Australian team
Jodie Fields is captain of the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars & helped the Stars hold the World Cup, World Twenty20 and the Ashes for the first time ever in 2013. Fields gives an insight into the preparation & performance of the Stars
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