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17 Dec 13
CA boss James Sutherland says he is very proud of the team effort, which has been the culmination of a lot of hard work and tough decisions, after Australia won the Ashes with a 3-0 victory in Perth.
Ex-England skipper Michael Vaughan says that Boof Lehmann's aggressive style wasn't countered well enough by England and led to the urn returning.
CATV gets inside the Australia camp following their Ashes winning WACA triumph.
The Australian cricketers say thanks to those who have stuck by them through the good and bad times.
Australia coach Darren Lehmann spoke to the media after leading his side to a shock 3-0 Ashes lead, which returned the urn.
Australian captain Michael Clarke and Man of the Match, Steve Smith, chat to the press following Australia's 150 run WACA victory and reclaiming of the Ashes.
115 days after losing the Ashes, Australia reclaims the urn with a 150 run win at the WACA. Check out all the highlights from the five days of Ashes action here.
There were some nervous moments, but Australia have finished England off to reclaim the Ashes at the WACA.
Check out all the highlights along Australia's road to reclaiming the Ashes in this beautifully edited package.
Brad Haddin and Nathan Lyon speak to Mark Taylor after Australia reclaims the Ashes at the WACA.
Michael Clarke and Alastair Cook speak to Mark Nicholas after Australia's 150 run WACA win and reclaiming of the Ashes.
Ryan Harris speaks to former Australian captain, Mark Taylor, after Australia's 150 run win at the WACA.
Mitchell Johnson thanks the fans after taking the final wicket that delivered the Ashes urn back to Australia.
Australian skipper Michael Clarke speaks to Shane Warne after reclaiming the Ashes at the WACA.
Mitch Johnson ends the English innings, getting Anderson caught in close and bringing the Ashes urn back to Australia.
A superb diving catch from Chris Rogers has removed the ever-reliable Tim Bresnan and has Australia on the brink of reclaiming the Ashes.
Australia move ever closer to reclaiming the Ashes urn thanks to Nathan Lyon's second wicket in as many overs.
Square-leg umpire Billy Bowden dives to avoid a Ben Stokes pull shot on day five at the WACA.
Nathan Lyon and Brad Haddin have combined to remove Ben Stokes, seemingly shattering any chance of England resistance.
England's batsmen have frustrated the Aussie bowlers in the morning session, with just the one wicket falling and Ben Stokes notching his maiden test century.
Second gamer Ben Stokes has becomes England's first centurion of the series, braving widening cracks and sharp Aussie bowling to notch three figures.
After a wicketless first hour, Mitchell Johnson breaks through with the wicket of Prior.
Aussie cricket fans had their hearts in their mouth when Mitch Johnson's knee caught in the WACA turf and the big quick was sent head over tail.
The WACA pitch is opening up on day five, with a Harris length ball jagging away wildly towards the slips.
Speaking to Mark Nicholas, Ian Bell admits that he knew he'd hit the reviewed delivery that cost him his wicket late on day four.
16 Dec 13
Shane Watson reflects on his magnificent ton, and bizarre dismissal, following day four of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the WACA.
Watch five disputed decisions by Umpire Marais Erasmus during the 2013 Commonwealth Bank Ashes series.
Ian Bell fronted the media after his day four half-century and praised the Aussies and stood up for KP's style after his team-mate again holed out.
England has hung on to take the third Ashes Test into a final day thanks to gritty knocks from Ian Bell and the unbeaten Ben Stokes. Earlier, a Watson century and Bailey fireworks display lifted the match away from the tourists.
Ben Stokes has gone a long way to cementing his position at number six with a rear-guard half-century at the WACA.
Ian Bell has fallen foul of the DRS again, with snicko picking up a feather through to the keeper.
Ian Bell has proved a major stumbling block for Australia late on day four, with the third Ashes Test likely to head into a final day.
Fast-bowling great, Dennis Lillee, chats to CATV during the tea-time interval on day four at the WACA.
Nathan Lyon has snared the key wicket of Kevin Pietersen, enticing him in to one big shot too many.
Former England captain Andrew Strauss chats with Slats and Tubs on day four at the WACA.
Australia has moved to within seven wickets of reclaiming the Ashes urn, dimissing Carberry and Root in the afternoon session.
Brad Haddin has pulled off a superb diving catch to remove Root and give Johnson his 20th wicket of the series.
Shane Watson proves the partnership-breaker once again, trapping Michael Carberry LBW for 31.
It's been a crazy morning session at the WACA with Shane Watson blasting a century, George Bailey hitting the equal most runs off an over and Ryan Harris bowling Cook with the first ball of the English innings.
Australia get off to the perfect start, knocking over the English skipper with the first ball of the innings.
George Bailey smashes a remarkable 28 runs off James Anderson’s ultimate over to equal the record – set by West Indian legend Brian Lara against South African spinner Robin Peterson a decade ago – for the most runs conceded in an over of Test cricket.
Extended highlights of Shane Watson slogging the ball all over the WACA to reach his second Ashes hundred.
Poor cricket all-round brings about a poor shot, a dropped catch and an eventual run-out, as Watson ends his WACA run-fest on 103.
Shane Watson scores his last 74 runs off 40 balls to notch his fourth test match century and propel Australia into an even better position early on day four.
Steve Smith falls in the pursuit of quick runs early on day four at the WACA.
It has taken Shane Watson less than three overs to move from his overnight score to his half-century at the WACA, as a pre-lunch declaration looms large.
James Sherry and CATV take a break from the WACA heat in the Coke Cooler.
15 Dec 13
Davey Warner catches up with CATV to discuss favourite animals and his NASA aspirations.
Injured England paceman Stuart Broad revisits a forgettable day for the tourists.
Opening batsman Chris Rogers relives a superb day for Australia during the post match press conference.
Australia has finished day three well on top, thanks to an even bowling performance knocking England over cheaply and a Warner century pounding the tourists into submission.
Michael Slater interviews Dave Warner after notching his second Ashes ton for the series.
Ben Stokes gets a full ball to nip back onto the stumps, bowling the Australian captain for 23.
David Warner goes for one big shot too many, skying a catch to mid-off for 112.
It slowed down towards the end but Dave Warner has brought up his second Ashes series ton, notching three figures off 127 balls.
After looking at ease for most of the day, Rogers slashes a wide Bresnan delivery straight to Carberry at point.
Chris Rogers has raised his bat at the WACA, providing sturdy support to his opening partner and frustration for England's bowling attack.
Australian fast-bowling legend Glenn McGrath talks to CATV during the day three tea break at the WACA.
England have been left to rue missed opportunities with Warner and Rogers putting on an unbeaten century stand in the afternoon session.
An edited package of all of Kevin Pietersen's wickets in the Ashes so far.
David Warner has slammed England's undermanned bowling attack to all parts on his way to a 56 ball half-century.
CATV finds out exactly how everyone is coping with the intense Perth heat during the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the WACA
Graeme Swann has his spinning finger damaged, and Stuart Broad succumbs to a foot injury after facing a Mitch Johnson thunderbolt.
Former Australia captain Mark Taylor compares the bowling of Ryan Harris to legendary West Indies paceman Malcolm Marshall.
It's taken less than a session for Australia's fast bowling cartel to knock over the remaining six English wickets on an increasingly cracked WACA pitch.
Peter Siddle has cleaned up the England innings, pinning Anderson with a short ball just before lunch.
Ryan Harris claims his third wicket of the innings, and second of the morning, nabbing Tim Bresnan for 21.
Mitch Johnson traps Broad plumb in front and umpire Billy Bowden makes one of the easiest decisions of his career.
Michael Clarke gestures to the crowd to help pump up his bowlers, which culminates in Alastair Cook's wicket.
Sustained pressure does the trick for Australia with Peter Siddle claiming Prior for the eleventh time in tests.
Two balls after a Johnson short ball leaps off a crack, an unsettled Stokes slashes an edge behind to Haddin.
Ryan Harris and an excellent DRS referral have combined to remove England danger-man Ian Bell early on day three.
Channel 9 take a close look at the cracks opening up on the pitch in Perth
See how bowling coach Craig McDermott warms up Australia's bowlers in the hour before play starts.
14 Dec 13
Michael Carberry fronted the media and defended Kevin Pietersen after he was again dismissed by Peter Siddle.
Australia Test bowling coach Craig McDermott talks about Mitch Johnson's crucial catch, Siddle's liking for KP and the WACA pitch after day two.
After a patient England clawed their way back into the Test, the late wickets of Alastair Cook and Kevin Pietersen has dented the tourists' hopes.
Watch some highlights (and lowlights) of fielding action from the 2013 Commonwealth Bank Ashes series so far.
Kevin Pietersen was dismissed by Peter Siddle for a 10th time in Test cricket when Mitch Johnson took a ripper of a catch on day two at the WACA.
After surviving the onslaught from the Aussie quicks, Alastair Cook was left to rue giving his wicket away to Nathan Lyon.
Channel 9 commentator Ian Healy says there was no definitive technological evidence to suggest Joe Root edged one through to the wicketkeeper.
Alastair Cook has stood up for his country on day two at the WACA and reached his half century. Watch the highlights.
England lose two wickets in a session that created one of the series' biggest talking points - Joe Root's dismissal.
Joe Root challenges the umpire's decision after being given out for an edge behind, but the umpire's initial decision sent him packing.
Australia got the break when Ryan Harris got Michael Carberry to chop on attempting to leave
Dave Warner tells Brett Lee being the opening Test batsman is a dream come true, and why he won't be changing his aggressive style of play.
Australia captain Michael Clarke recalls receiving his Baggy Green cap in 2004 explains what it means to be wearing it for his 100th Test.
England's bowlers did a good job on day two at the WACA to restrict Australia from reaching 400, a total some thought would put the home side in a winning position.
Steve Smith almost holds on to a tough chance from Alastair Cook with the England captain on just three
Nathan Lyon's required a replacement helmet after it was dinted by a Tim Bresnan bouncer
Peter Siddle gave Tim Bresnan his first wicket, edging behind to end Australia's innings on 385.
Jimmy Anderson, who has been criticised in the press for his efforts this series, takes his second wicket on day two at the WACA.
Steve Smith added just eight to his overnight score before real-time snicko and Hot-Spot combined to find the thinnest of inside edges
Mitch Johnson didn't hang around at the crease long on day two of the Perth Test.
Michael Slater and Tom Moody explain the batting technique needed to execute the short ball.
Steve Smith and coach Darren Lehmann discuss a satisfying finish to day one of the third Test at the WACA
13 Dec 13
Steve Smith speaks to the press after one his greatest-ever innings, which helped Australia reach a good position at the end of day one at the WACA.
England fast-bowling coach David Saker speaks to the media following play on the first day of the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test
A Steve Smith century and handy contributions from Warner, Haddin and Johnson have kept England out in the field on a sweltering day one at the WACA.
Steve Smith has brought up his second test match century at the WACA, easing through the nineties late on day one.
After claiming the Aussie keeper off a no-ball in Adelaide, a Ben Stokes short ball brings about a mistimed pull and the end of Brad Haddin at the WACA.
Dave Warner chats boundary side after making 60 runs off 77 balls at the WACA
Brad Haddin has notched his third fifty of this Ashes series, guiding Australia out of a precarious position on day one.
Sky Sports presenter Ian Ward chats to CATV during the day one tea-break at the WACA.
Australia has recovered from a shaky position to relative comfort thanks to gritty knocks from Steve Smith (58*) and Brad Haddin (35*).
Steve Smith has held up the England charge at the WACA, consolidating then smashing his way to a half-century.
CATV and Red Frogs offer a few handy hints for staying cool at a scorching WACA ground.
Another poor shot and George Bailey is caught in the deep by KP for 7.
After looking dominant for 30 overs, a mistimed cut-shot has brought about the end of David Warner.
Australian bowler Peter Siddle talks about the honour he feels to wear the baggy green cap.
David Warner reaches his 10th half-century off 57 balls, just after lunch on day one at the WACA.
Michael Clarke says he would trade the ICC player of the year award for more team success but is honoured to take out the prestige prize
England have weathered sweltering heat and some David Warner fireworks, claiming three big scalps before lunch on day one.
The Australian skipper falls, just before lunch, finding his opposition number at short mid-wicket.
Dave Warner survives a tough caught and bowled chance, with Bresnan unable to hold on.
After a solid start, Shane Watson becomes Broad's first wicket of the third Ashes test, edging to Swann for 18.
Chris Rogers departs in the worst possible way, run-out for 11 in the second over.
Michael Clarke is presented with a commemorative baggy green cap at the WACA to mark his 100th Test for Australia.
As Michael Clarke reaches his 100th Test, take a look at the highlights from his career so far.
Watch Michael Vaughan's super strike that helped win a soccer match between British and West Australian media.
Bumble and Shane Warne join James Brayshaw in recalling some offbeat moments from Perth's WACA ground.
12 Dec 13
The Aussie skipper met with a boy battling a serious illness ahead of the Perth Test, and the young lad should have his sights set on being a journalist!
Brett Lee and Michael Vaughan preview the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the WACA.
Aussie skipper Michael Clarke talks with CATV ahead of the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test
Alastair Cook spoke to the media ahead of the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Perth.
The Aussie skipper has a crack at picking England's final XI for the Perth Test and reflects on his 99 Tests so far.
Jackson Bird says he is 100 per cent recovered from his injury, while fellow fast bowlers Pat Cummins, James Pattinson and Mitchell Starc are progessing well with their rehabilitation programs from stress fractures.
11 Dec 13
All the action two days out from the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test
Mitchell Johnson was on fire at the WACA in 2010, taking 6-38 to destroy England's batting line-up
Aussie legend Adam Gilchrist talks all things Ashes
Chris Rogers called the WACA the best, but hardest, place in the world to bat as the opener recalls Australia's journey from the lowest point of the northern summer against England to being on the brink of an Ashes series triumph
10 Dec 13
Australia coach Darren Lehmann answers your questions from Perth in the latest #AskBoof segment
Australia are hot favourites to win the Ashes with a third straight victory in the Perth Commonwealth Bank Test but George Bailey says they would be naive to go into the match with that attitude.
It was less than two years ago that David Warner hit this remarkable hundred at the WACA
09 Dec 13
Australia Test bowling coach Craig McDermott says he is looking forward to seeing what the home ground adrenaline does to Mitchell Johnson's pace in the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Perth.
Australia's Test team and former teammates discuss captain Michael Clarke's influence and legacy upon reaching his 100th Test.
Behind centuries from Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin, and a lethal display of fast bowling from Mitch Johnson, Australia wrapped up the second Ashes test in Adelaide early on day five.
England captain Alastair Cook speaks to the media after Australia's 218 run win in the second Ashes test in Adelaide.
Michael Clarke and Mitchell Johnson speak to the media after Australia's 218 run win in the second Ashes test in Adelaide.
Darren Lehmann says Australia won't be celebrating too hard as their attention must quickly switch to the next Ashes Test in Perth, starting on Friday.
Michael Clarke discusses Australia's 218 run victory in the second Ashes test.
Mitchell Johnson speaks to WWOS after his man of the match performance in Australia's 218 run second Ashes test victory.
English captain Alastair Cook speaks to WWOS after his side's 218 run defeat at the hands of Australia.
Australian players chat to WWOS after their emphatic 218 run win in the second Ashes test.
Australia has moved to within one win of reclaiming the Ashes urn, closing out a 218 run victory early on day five.
Monty Panesar spoons a drive to short cover and Australia move to within one win of an Ashes series victory.
Matt Prior has given the English fans something to cheer about early on day five, notching a half-century in good time.
An entertaining Prior innings comes to an end; the English keeper falling to another good catch in the deep.
Swann edges to Michael Clarke for the second time this match and Ryan Harris has second wicket.
After his first short ball goes for six, Peter Siddle goes back to well and Broad picks out Nathan Lyon in the deep.
08 Dec 13
England's Joe Root spoke to the media after his crucial knock on day four of the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Peter Siddle says he enjoys bowling to English batsman Kevin Pietersen after dismissing him again on day four of the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Joe Root and KP have provided the only resistence with Australia's bowlers needing just four wickets to wrap up the second Ashes test.
If Mitch Johnson didn't appreciate a shoulder bump from Ben Stokes, then Stuart Broad's presence on the pitch didn't help settle the peace at the end of day four.
Ben Stokes's war of attrition comes to an end, edging Ryan Harris to the Australian captain for 28.
After copping some punishment, Nathan Lyon snares the wicket of Joe Root.
The WWOS team take a look at some archive footage of fast bowling through the ages.
Australia were held up by a partnership between Joe Root and Kevin Pietersen, but breakthroughs to Peter Siddle and Steve Smith continued the charge to victory.
A Steve Smith full toss and a diving catch from Mitchell Johnson have combined to remove Ian Bell for six.
A nagging line and length has brought about the mistake with Siddle skittling KP for 53.
Brett Lee discusses the state of the second Ashes test with CATV during the lunch break.
After a slow start, Pietersen opens the shoulders, bringing up his half-century with some monster strikes.
Joe Root has compiled a hard-fought fifty at the Adelaide Oval off 113 balls.
Steve Smith's full toss is clobbered by KP in to the hands of a fan in the crowd at Adelaide Oval
Peter Siddle adds to England's pain, pinning KP while attempting a run-out.
Michael Slater analyses the dismissals of Alastair Cook and Kevin Pietersen.
The WWOS team discover where the rot started to creep in to England's batting collapse at Adelaide Oval
Brad Haddin tells Brett Lee about his fears of never returning to the Australian side.
Root and Pietersen offered staunch resistence in the morning session, with twin fine leg catches breaking English hearts early.
Michael Carberry falls in much the same way as his captain, hooking a short ball to Nathan Lyon at fine leg.
Shane Warne has called journalist and TV identity Piers Morgan 'all talk' after tweeting his eagerness to face a Mitch Johnson thunderbolt.
Mitchell Johnson takes three balls to remove the England captain; combining with Ryan Harris to remove Cook for one.
Dave Warner describes the difficulty of catching Michael Carberry's pull shot on day three of the Adelaide Test.
07 Dec 13
Nathan Lyon chats to Mark Taylor about his desire to learn from his teammates, and the secret behind his latest nickname.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan says in contrast to the outstanding effort from Mitch Johnson, England have lacked 'ticker' and appear feeble.
Bumble and Tubbs review a disappointing effort from England, and compare classic footage of stumps flying to Mitch Johnson's bowling on day three.
Watch all the action from the nets ahead of day four of the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide.
England batsman Ian Bell speaks after a day three in Adelaide to claim his side can still salvage a draw despite being skittled by Australia for just 172.
Mitch Johnson discusses what could be a career-defining day for him at the Adelaide Oval.
The day belonged to Mitchell Johnson and Australia as the fast bolwer dominated England to leave the tourists battling to stay in the Test and the series.
Dave Warner has extended Australia's lead with a powerful half-century
Michael Clarke's footwork lets him down against the spin of Monty Panesar to be Australia's third second-innings wicket
Dave Warner reveals his childhood connection to cricket and how he has found the balance at home to become a mature Test batsman.
Mitchell Johnson describes his feelings of emotion upon returning to his best form in the Commonwealth Bank Ashes second Test in Adelaide.
Shane Watson slashes at his second delivery and gifts a catch to Michael Carberry
Chris Rogers departs early in Australia's second innings after edging Jimmy Anderson behind
The middle session of day three was all Mitchell Johnson as England collapsed to be all out for 172.
Former England batsman and BBC Radio pundit Geoffrey Boycott gives his verdict on Mitchell Johnson's bowling, England's batting, and where the tourists can go from here
Watch Mitch Johnson take the wickets of Stokes, Prior, Broad, Swann, and Anderson in a 24-ball spell at Adelaide Oval.
Graeme Swann becomes Mitchell Johnson's fifth wicket, slashing at a wide one that is well caught by Michael Clarke in the slips
Stuart Broad took his time to face his first ball, but when he did a Mitchell Johnson thunderbolt bowled him first ball
Matthew Prior gone for a duck after edging Mitchell Johnson behind to Brad Haddin
Mitch Johnson's great form continues on day three of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
David Warner has taken an absolute screamer to dismiss Michael Carberry for 60, with Shane Watson the bowler.
Highlights from the morning session of day three in the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
Michael Clarke chats to Ian Healy about Australia's success on day two of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Michael Carberry reaches his maiden Test half century in his third test.
Brett Lee speaks to CATV about his pride at being named captain of the Prime Minister's XI to face England in Canberra in January.
Peter Siddle claimed England's danger man, Kevin Pietersen, on day three of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Nathan Lyon claims the wicket of Joe Root early on day three of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval.
One of Australia's greatest left-handed batsmen tells what it was like playing a key role in Donald Bradman's Invincibles.
06 Dec 13
The Wide World of Sports team discuss the padding required when facing a dangerous fast ball.
Craig McDermott turns back the clock in the nets session on day three of the Commonwealth Banks Ashes Test to bowl James Faulkner.
CATV goes deep into enemy territory to chat with members of the Barmy Army at Adelaide Oval.
Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin speaks after his century on day two at Adelaide
Australia has England on the ropes after day two with centuries to Clarke and Haddin and an early breakthrough for Johnson proving decisive.
Mitch Johnson straightens a full ball down off-stump, beating Alastair Cook all ends up.
Ryan Harris shows there's plenty of runs in the Aussie tail, notching his second test half-century from 53 balls.
Short square boundaries and a flat pitch have contributed to Australia breaking the record for most sixes in an Ashes innings.
Who needs two hands? The hot-spot operator at the Adelaide Oval plucks a beauty in the right duke.
Brad Haddin edges behind for 118, chasing quick runs.
George Bailey chats with Mark Nicholas and Michael Hussey during the tea break on day two in Adelaide.
Andrew McDonald speaks to CATV during the tea break on day two in Adelaide.
Brad Haddin's century and some lusty hitting from Ryan Harris has Australia well on top heading into the evening session.
Ben Stokes picks up his second wicket, Siddle caught behind for two.
Brad Haddin has notched his fourth test century, and third in Ashes cricket, as Australia continues to pile on the pain in Adelaide.
Mitchell Johnson departs for five, spooning a simple catch to Broad at mid-on.
Ben Stokes picks up a belated first test wicket, removing the Australian captain for 148.
Brett Lee speaks to Ryan Harris about Ashes cricket, changing states and playing five tests in a row.
Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin have put England to the sword early on day two, with missed opportunities again proving costly for the visitors.
Michael Clarke has brought up his 26th test match century at Adelaide Oval; the ton coming off 175 balls.
Ben stokes is denied his first test wicket, overstepping to Brad Haddin.
Michael Clarke scores his eighth consecutive half-century at Adelaide Oval early on day two.
Australian and English players pay their respects following the passing of Nelson Mandela.
Slats and Tubby discuss the worst deliveries they've seen on a cricket pitch.
05 Dec 13
George Bailey talks to Mark Taylor about his maiden test half-century and the state of the game before play on day two.
Watch Australia and England warm-up in the nets ahead of day two of the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Members of the Australian Cricket Team pass on their most important pieces of technical advice.
Australian batsman Chris Rogers says he would like to be able to fly and be a lion, king of the jungle if he was an animal.
Australian opener Chris Rogers spoke to the media after scoring his first Test half-century on home soil on day one in Adelaide.
England spinner Graeme Swann spoke to the media after play on day one in Adelaide.
Wickets at key moments have kept England in the contest on day one, with Rogers, Watson and Bailey all making half-centuries for the hosts.
A diving catch from Graeme Swann removes George Bailey for a well-made 53.
George Bailey has brought up his maiden test half-century late on day one of the second Ashes test.
Wide World of Sports takes a closer look at Australia coach Darren Lehmann
Muse bassist Christopher Wolstenholme chat to CATV's Melinda Farrell at the Adelaide Test.
Michael Atherton discusses the first two sessions of play at the Adelaide Oval.
Late wickets has pulled England back into the contest at tea, with Australia struggling at 4-174.
Monty Panesar gets a length ball to straighten, knocking Steve Smith over before the tea break.
Chris Rogers gets a thin edge through to the keeper, departing for 72.
James Anderson hangs on to a difficult caught and bowled chance to remove Shane Watson for 51.
Shane Watson has continued to frustrate the English bowlers on day one, bringing up his half-century off 109 balls.
Chris Rogers has brought up his first Test half-century in Australia, coming off 135 balls with eight boundaries.
Chris Rogers survives a close LBW referral off the bowling of Monty Panesar.
Patchy rain and the departure of David Warner are the only blemishes on Australia's morning, after Michael Clarke won the toss and chose to bat in Adelaide.
South Australian Premier, Jay Weatherill, opens the new Riverbank Stand at the Adelaide Oval before the start of the second Ashes Test.
Joe Ashton speaks to Kyly Clarke early on day one in Adelaide.
David Warner slaps a wide ball straight to backward point giving England and Stuart Broad their first wicket.
Chris Rogers employs some magic tricks early on day one, disappearing the ball up his sleeve.
04 Dec 13
Michael Clarke wins the toss and chooses to bat ahead of day one of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
David "Bumble" Lloyd gets up close and personal with some of South Australia's deadliest residents.
England's players have a kick of the footy ahead of the first day's play at Adelaide, even receiving some expert advice from former Australian captain Mark Taylor.
Ben Stokes is spotted batting in the nets as England and Australia prepare ahead of day one of the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Ironwoman Candice Falzon and Australian opener David Warner show why they make a formidable couple in the gym.
Aussie great Ian Healy and former England skipper Michael Vaughan preview the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval.
Michael Clarke speaks to cricket.com.au with Australia holding a 1-0 lead heading into the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
England captain Alastair Cook comments on the hostile on-field environment that's been developing with the Australian side.
Michael Clarke announces an unchanged starting XI for the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide, starting tomorrow.
03 Dec 13
The second Test in Adelaide in 2006 set the scene for one of the most incredible Australian victories in Ashes history. With a draw looking almost certain on the final day, Shane Warne led the Aussies to a remarkable win.
The new drop-in pitch at the Adelaide Oval ahead of the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
The two men reportedly battling each other for spot in the Australian starting XI this week let it all hang out.
Shane Watson says the memory of losing to England in the recent Ashes series still burns.
Tim Bresnan teases the media with the idea he has been brought in to the England squad only to misguide the opposition.
Mike Young takes CATV on a journey through the Australian dressing rooms at the Adelaide Oval.
Shane Watson responds to a question about England players staying out late in Adelaide.
Shane Watson has a close call at training, which captain Michael Clarke finds hilarious.
02 Dec 13
Mitchell Johnson has raised $27K for Movember so far and tells the Today Show he plans to keep the mo til the end of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series.
Australia's second Test preparations weren't hampered by an injury scare to Michael Clarke.
Michael Clarke completes the net session after giving onlookers a scare earlier in the day concerning his right ankle.
Ryan Harris says he will be "all guns blazing" in Adelaide and has no plans to sit-out the match despite the short turnaround between the second and third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Tests.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann takes on Kiwi Mark Richardson in a memorable Adelaide moment from 2004.
30 Nov 13
Chairman's XI bowler Josh Lalor rates the chances of England's Bairstow, Ballance and Stokes for a Test call-up in Adelaide.
English batsman Ian Bell says the high temperatures of Alice Springs will make Adelaide easier to deal with for his teammates.
Watch schoolboy Jake Doran impress with 17 runs off 34 balls in the Chairman's XI v England tour match in Alice Springs
29 Nov 13
Gary Ballance declares he's ready for the challenge of a Test call-up after scoring 55 in the tour match against a Chairman's XI.
Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle explains why he wants to save the "Gabba pig".
Members of the Barmy Army pick their choice for an Ashes call-up.
28 Nov 13
The Barmy Army's Billy the Bugler faces off with Northern Territory didgeridoo player Andrew Langford.
Jonathan Trott's potential replacement Ben Stokes spoke to the media in Alice Springs.
The 12th Man gave some assistance to the Wide World Of Sports team during the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Billy Birmingham, the man credited for extending the reach of some of Channel 9’s most famous cricket commentators, shared a rare chat with the commentary team his alter-ego – the 12th Man – has made a living from. Marvellous stuff!
26 Nov 13
England players give reporters the silent treatment as they depart Brisbane.
25 Nov 13
On-field tensions between England's Jimmy Anderson and Australia captain Michael Clarke has been building for several years.
Australia coach Darren Lehmann covers a range of issues ahead of the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide
Every Englishman’s worst nightmare: 2 minutes and 40 seconds of Mitch Johnson dishing up some chin music.
Channel 9 interview Michael Clarke following his controversial on-field stoush with Jimmy Anderson at the Gabba
24 Nov 13
Tensions flare between the two sides on the fourth day of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Highlights from the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba where Australia recovered from a poor start to comprehensively defeat England.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann announces the squad for the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at Adelaide Oval.
Australian captain Michael Clarke and Player of the Match Mitchell Johnson spoke to the media after the comprehensive win in the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
David Warner speaks to Michael Slater following Australia's 381 run win in the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Brad Haddin speaks to Ian Healy following Australia's 381 win at the Gabba.
Michael Vaughan shares his thoughts on England's first-up Commonwealth Bank Ashes loss at the Gabba.
Mitchell Johnson speaks to Mark Nicholas following his player of the match performance in the first Test.
Alastair Cook talks to the media following Australia's 381 run win in the first Ashes Test.
Michael Clarke speaks to Mark Nicholas after Australia's 381 run win in the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
England captain, Alastair Cook, speaks to Mark Nicholas after losing the first Ashes Test by 381 runs.
Australia has won the first Ashes Test at the Gabba by 381 runs, with Mitchell Johnson named player of the match.
Mitchell Johnson claims his fifth wicket and wins the first Ashes test match for Australia.
Ryan Harris gets Tremlett with a well targeted short ball, moving Australia to within one wicket of the win.
Mitchell Johnson snares Graeme Swann, the fourth wicket of the evening session.
Mitch Johnson continues England's post-tea misery, strangling Stuart Broad down the leg side.
Matt Prior flicks a full ball straight to Warner at leg-slip and Lyon has his second wicket.
Nathan Lyon claims the England skipper looking to cut outside off.
Peter Siddle nabbed the only wicket of the middle session, with passing showers bringing about an early tea.
Peter Siddle gets a length ball to lift outside off and finds Ian Bell's edge.
Alastair Cook has produced a much-needed fifty for England, as the tourists strive to avoid defeat on day four.
Andrew Ramsay speaks to David Lloyd during day four of the first Ashes test at the Gabba.
Australian sub-fielder Chris Sabburg spoke with CATV after he took the catch to dismiss England's Kevin Pietersen on the morning of day four at the Gabba.
Highlights from the morning session on day four at the Gabba where Mitchell Johnson dismissed Kevin Pietersen.
The Wide World of Sports commentary team recreate Kevin Pietersen's mad attempt for a single that almost ran out Alastair Cook on day three at the Gabba.
Mitchell Johnson picked up the wicket of Kevin Pietersen on the morning of day four at the Gabba. caught by sub-fielder Chris Sabburg.
Channel 9’s commentary team discuss the positive impact of Dave Warner's new girlfriend, Iron Woman Candice Falzon.
Kevin Pietersen says he and Shane Warne share an entertaining, think-outside-the-box approach to cricket.
Australian captain Michael Clarke tells Channel 9 he wants the bowlers to execute their skills over long periods and maintain their patience.
23 Nov 13
After his century on day three at the Gabba, David Warner has turned up the heat on the England side.
Watch James Anderson and David Warner front the media following a dramatic day three of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane.
Check out the highlights from day three of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
Mitchell Johnson has picked up the wicket of Jonathan Trott for 9, caught by Lyon.
Ryan Harris takes the wicket of Michael Carberry early in England's run chase at the Gabba.
Brad Haddin smashes Chris Tremlett straight to Jimmy Anderson at mid-off.
Brad Haddin scores his second half-century of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Dave Warner discusses his continuing good form after smashing 124 on Day Three at the Gabba
Graeme Swann gets one through the defence of George Bailey on day three of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Former Australia batsman Mike Hussey believes a comprehensive win to the hosts in the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test will set the tone for the rest of the summer.
Check out the highlights from the afternoon session on day three where David Warner and Michael Clarke both brought up their centuries.
Brett Lee analyses the way Mitchell Johson set up England's batsmen on a day he took four wickets on Day Two at the Gabba
Michael Clarke's brilliant knock at the Gabba came to an end, bowled by Swann for 113.
Graeme Swann's teammates provide some on-field humour by shaking his hand on reaching 100 runs and no wickets.
See the highlights from Michael Clarke's 25th Test century on day three of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
George Bailey smashes a waist height delivery for six and is spectacularly caught in the crowd by a fan.
Tremlett took the wicket of Steve Smith, caught behind for a duck on day three at the Gabba.
David Warner's brilliant knock at the Gabba came to an end with Prior taking the catch off Broad's bowling.
David Warner scored his fourth Test ton, and his first against England, on day three of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Highlights from Michael Clarke's half-century on day three of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
After losing a couple of early wickets on day three, Michael Clarke and David Warner have steadied the Aussie innings on the morning of day three.
Andrew Ramsey, Senior Writer for Cricket.com.au, spoke with Damien Fleming about the resurgence of Australian fast-bowler Mitchell Johnson.
David Warner brings up his half-century against England on the morning of day three at the Gabba.
Chris Tremlett picked up the key wicket of Shane Watson, caught Broad, early on day three at the Gabba.
Chris Rogers was caught at point by Michael Carberry early on day three at the Gabba. Broad collected his 7th wicket of the match.
22 Nov 13
English batsman Michael Carberry speaks to the media after day two of the opening Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane - and rates Mitchell Johnson among the quickest bowlers he's faced.
Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin speaks to the media after day two of the opening Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane.
Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Lyon rip through England as Warner and Rogers consolidate
Peter Siddle dismisses the dangerous Broad, ending the England innings on 136.
Ryan Harris picks up his third wicket with a good short ball into Tremlett's ribs.
Ian Botham responds to the infamous pig incident at the Gabba in 1983
Ian Botham discusses the state of play during the first test at the Gabba.
Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Lyon have ripped England's middle order to shreds, the tourists losing 6-9 before tea.
A fired up Johnson dismisses Swann, caught in close.
Nathan Lyon almost claims a hat-trick, removing Bell and Prior with consecutive deliveries.
Steve Smith takes his third catch and Johnson his third wicket, as Root departs for 2.
Nathan Lyon grabs his second wicket in as many balls, removing Prior for a golden duck.
Lyon gets some extra bounce out of the Gabba wicket and Smith takes the catch in close to remove Bell.
Johnson works Carberry over before finding his edge.
A lightning-fast catch from George Bailey removes the dangerous Kevin Pietersen for 18.
Brad Haddin talks to former Australian captain, Mark Taylor, about his career, wicket-keeping and overcoming adversities.
Mitchell Johnson has picked up the wicket of Jonathan Trott just before lunch on day two as Brad Haddin collected his 200th Test dismissal.
Johnson and Harris have a scalp each to their name, after Haddin fell just short of his century.
Ryan Harris finds Cook's edge, removing the English skipper for 13.
Brad Haddin falls six runs short of his century, coming back for a quick second run.
Broad has Harris caught in two minds and by the keeper, Prior.
21 Nov 13
Australian captain Michael Clarke tells Shane Warne how he feels about negative comments from Ricky Ponting.
Channel 9's commentary team discuss the pig that was escorted from the Gabba by police on Day One.
Shane Warne shares his thoughts on Stuart Broad and what it's like to feel the heat on tour.
Stuart Broad speaks to the media after day one of the first Ashes test.
Mitchell Johnson speaks to the media after day one of the first Ashes test.
Mitchell Johnson and Stuart Broad front the media after day one of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes first Test in Brisbane.
Here's the wrap of the first day of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series with lots of hard work ahead of both sides according to Aussie great Mike Hussey.
Watch the highlights from day one of the first Ashes test at the Gabba.
Stuart Broad takes five wickets on day one of the first Ashes test at the Gabba.
Watch Mitchell Johnson and Brad Haddin both reach their harl-centuries at the GABBA
Mitchell Johnson's fighting knock comes to an end at the hands of Stuart Broad.
A mixture of solid defence and power-hitting has highlighted Mitchell Johnson's half-century at the Gabba.
CATV caught up with Hamish Blake and the Melbourne Stars' Chief Hydration Officer Andy Lee on day one at the Gabba. Remember to drink responsibly!
Ashes cricket through Shane Warne's eyes.
England's quicks have taken the wickets in the middle session, with Australia teetering at 6-153.
Michael Hussey warns against panic, with plenty of time left in the first test.
Chris Tremlett finds Steve Smith's edge and Cook takes his second catch.
George Bailey edges Anderson to first slip on debut, departing for 3.
Stuart Broad does the damage for England, claiming four top-order wickets.
After a composed innings of 49, David Warner becomes Broad's fourth wicket.
Michael Clarke falls to a Stuart Broad short ball after the lunch break.
Australia's General Manager of Team Performance explains the unity of the Test team under coach Darren Lehman
Australian Test coach Darren Lehman explains to Brett Lee his hopes for bringing back an enjoyable and entertaining brand of cricket.
David Warner remains unbeaten at lunch on day one at the Gabba, with Australia 2-71.
Shane Watson falls to Stuart Broad in the slips, just before the lunch break on day one at the Gabba.
Broadcaster James Brayshaw fixates on England bowler Chris Tremlett's 'incredible physical arrangement'.
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers is caught at third slip on 1 run in the opening Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane.
20 Nov 13
Watch as George Bailey receives his Baggy Green, cap number 436, from former Australian skipper Mark Taylor.
The Aussie players discuss what music they listen to when getting ready for the day's play.
CATV goes on an exclusive tour of the Australian dressing rooms, just hours before the first ball is bowled in the opening Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba in Brisbane.
Former Ashes skippers Mark Taylor and Michael Vaughan preview the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
If you ask, Boof will answer. Check out Australian coach Darren Lehmann respond to your tweets ranging from topics such as Ian Bell being a bunny against leg-spinners to adding pinneapple on your pizza.
England and Australia complete their final preparations ahead of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Michael Clarke speaks to cricket.com.au just hours before the coin toss in the Ashes first Test at the Gabba.
Alastair Cook speaks to the media ahead of the opening Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane.
Michael Clarke speaks to the media ahead of the opening Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane.
As we count down to the first ball of the Ashes, some of history’s greatest cricketers tell us what makes it so special.
19 Nov 13
Day one at the Gabba in 2010 has become etched in Ashes folklore after Peter Siddle took a hat-trick on his birthday.
Things are heating up in Brisbane as day one of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test approaches.
Former captain Mark Taylor was on hand in Brisbane to offer the Australians some advice on slips catching
Kevin Pietersen says he has enjoyed the limelight throughout his career, ahead of his 100th Test match for England in Brisbane.
18 Nov 13
The Australians have arrived in Brisbane under threatening skies, as excitement mounts ahead of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test starting November 21.
Steve Smith and Nathan Lyon take some time out from training in Brisbane to reply to messages of support from the fans. Send in your support for the Aussie team using #uniteAus
James Pattinson recounts the moment he heard Peter Siddle's hat-trick in the 2010 Ashes over the radio while driving, stopped his car and got out to have a dance kerbside.
13 Nov 13
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland has defended Australia's preparation ahead of the opening Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane. He was speaking as part of a Melbourne Press Club lunch panel.
12 Nov 13
Mitchell Johnson says he was excited to get the selection phone call and to be back part of the Australian Test squad, ahead of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane.
David Warner, Brad Haddin and coach Darren Lehmann react to the announcement of the First Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test squad.
The new high performance facility in Brisbane, the National Cricket Centre, played host to not only the announcement of the Australian Commonwealth Bank Test squad but also the English starting XI on Tuesday.
Michael Clarke announced what he thinks will be the England XI for the Gabba Test while speaking at the launch of the 2013-14 International season.
Australian Test bowler Peter Siddle gives his opinion on Mitchell Johnson and George Bailey after they were named in the Australian squad for first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
Former Australian captain Greg Chappell says he thinks George Bailey has the character that is needed to be a good Test player and that the Brisbane wicket will suit fast bowler Mitchell Johnson.
11 Nov 13
Australian Test bowler Ryan Harris says he has spent time picturing his first delivery at the Gabba in the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane and gives his thoughts on fellow fast bowler Mitchell Johnson.
09 Nov 13
Highlights from the tour match between Australia A and England where almost two and a half days were lost due to rain.
See how Australia lost their wickets in the tour match against England at Blundstone Arena.
Highlights from the final session of the tour match between Australia A and England at Blundstone Arena.
Graeme Swann gets Michael Klinger trapped in front after one keeps low late in the tour match at Blundstone Arena.
Jimmy Anderson picks up his second wicket as Usman Khawaja edges behind to Joe Root on day four at Blundstone Arena.
Jimmy Anderson bowls Alex Doolan for 31 on day four of the tour match in Hobart.
See how all of England's wickets fell in their first innings of the tour match against Australia A at Blundstone Arena.
England has declared on 7-430 in the tour match against Australia A in Hobart with Joe Root scoring a half-century in the afternoon session on day four.
Jon Holland picks up his second wicket as Usman Khawaja takes a good catch in the deep to dismiss Stuart Broad in Hobart.
Jon Holland has Matt Prior dismissed LBW for 26 on day four of the tour match at Blundstone Arena.
Joe Root brings up his half-century on day four of the tour match against Australia A at Blundstone Arena.
Ben Cutting traps Gary Ballance in front for 4 on day four of the tour match at Blundstone Arena.
Ben Cutting gets the wicket of Jonathan Trott on day four at Blundstone Arena, caught behind by Tim Paine for 4.
Kevin Pietersen departs for 8 shortly after the resumption of play on day four at Blundstone Arena.
08 Nov 13
For the second day in a row, play was abandoned without a ball bowled in the tour match between Australia A and England at Blundstone Arena.
07 Nov 13
With day two of play abandoned due to wet weather, Australia A high performance coach Graeme Hick explains the importance of batsmen getting runs on the board before the first Test in Brisbane.
06 Nov 13
The start of play on day two at Blundstone Arena has been delayed due to rain.
England's Michael Carberry says Shane Warne's support at Hampshire is the reason he has a chance of playing Test cricket, after his share in the biggest first-wicket partnership ever recorded at Bellerive Oval.
Australia A wicketkeeper Tim Paine says his team can come back against England after failing to take a wicket in the first day.
Highlights from day one of the Australia A v England tour match at Blundstone Arena.
Highlights from Alastair Cook's century against Australia A at Blundstone Arena.
Highlights from the second session of day one between Australia A and England at Blundstone Arena.
Highlights from the morning session of day one between Australia A and England at Blundstone Arena.
England captain Alastair Cook brings up his half-century in the first session of the Ashes tour match against Australia A at Blundstone Arena.
05 Nov 13
England captain Alastair Cook says he is not surprised by Shane Warne’s warning of a ‘crucifixion’ for Joe Root, and is confident his teammate won’t let it get under his skin.
Australian A captain Moises Henriques and batsman Shaun Marsh speak to the media about their chances of playing Test cricket this summer.
Australian batsmen Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh and Alex Doolan discuss their form ahead of Australia A’s tour match against England at Blundstone Arena
04 Nov 13
England players open up to CATV at Hobart's Blundstone Arena to discuss the Australian team's biggest threat, the surprise packet of their team, and their favourite Aussie identity.
Alex Doolan attributes his development to George Bailey and Ricky Ponting ahead of Australia A’s tour match against England at Blundstone Arena
31 Oct 13
Get behind the Aussies as they aim to regain the urn this summer using #uniteAus on social media!
29 Oct 13
National Selector John Inverarity explains how he will balance his approach to selecting players for the upcoming Ashes Test series, after naming the Australia A squad to face England in the Tour match next week.
25 Oct 13
Darren Lehmann says Mitch Johnson is definitely putting his hand up for selection for the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Brisbane.
18 Oct 13
Injured fast bowler James Pattinson is recovering faster than expected and still hopes to play a part in this summer's Ashes.
04 Oct 13
Ryan Harris says if the Ashes were tomorrow he would be right to play. CATV caught up with Harris, captain Michael Clarke and the injured fast bowling trio of Pattinson, Starc and Cummins to get the latest on their injuries.
25 Sep 13
Steve Smith says there is a fine line between knowing your opponent and concentrating on your own game as England name their squad for the Ashes and Smith, James Pattinson, Matthew Wade and Brett Lee test their eye sight with OPSM.
12 Aug 13
Former Australian team physio Errol Alcott and members of the team look back on the famous Ashes century Steve Waugh posted, after weeks of rehabilitation for a severe calf injury, during the fifth Ashes Test at the Oval in 2001.
09 Aug 13
Australian batsmen Mark Taylor and Geoff Marsh put on 329 for the opening wicket, batting through til just before lunch on day two in the fifth Test at Trent Bridge in 1989.
08 Aug 13
Brett Lee and Andrew Flintoff share their memories from the thrilling second Ashes Test at Edgbaston in 2005.
02 Aug 13
‘Botham’s Bullring’, highlights the fourth Test at Edgbaston in 1981 where Ian Botham took 5-1 in 28 balls to guide England to victory, and features Botham, Rod Marsh, Allan Border and David Gower.
25 Jul 13
Bob Massie's name may not be as renowned as his Ashes team-mate Dennis Lillee, but the former Australian swing bowler has the fourth best Test match figures of all time after a record-breaking performance on debut.
20 Jul 13
July 20 marks the 32nd anniversary of Ian Botham's 149 not out to guide England to victory in the third Ashes Test at Headingley in 1981.
08 Jul 13
In the first episode of CA's digital video series 'The Rivalry That Unites Aus' Shane Warne admits he sees the 'Ball of the Century' delivery as a fluke.
23 Jun 13
With 150 days until the first ball of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series in Australia, the players have a message for the fans as they prepare for the Ashes series in the UK.
14 Jun 13
Cricket Australia has launched its new advertising campaign today ‘The Rivalry That Unites Aus’ to promote the 2013/14 Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series this summer.
13 Jun 13
11 Jun 13
Watch CATV exclusive behind-the-scenes vision from the Cricket Australia television commercial including former Australian Prime Minister John Howard.
15 May 13
Commonwealth Bank will become the Test team and Test Series partner for the next four Australian seasons, beginning with this summer’s Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series in Australia.
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