Maxwell comes of age, proving doubters wrong

On one of the most grueling road trips in world sport, against the world’s best, and most fanatical, cricketing nation, the oft criticized Glenn Maxwell has over the past two days – undoubtedly – come of age.

Now Don’t Be Sad, ‘Cause Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad

On a warm summer’s morning, the last day of July 1977, American musician Meat Loaf released one of his signature songs, power ballad Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad. From that day on, the song, penned by brilliant lyricist┬áJim Steinman, would forever be recalled when two-thirds of any given situation came to fruition. As Steinman…

Chris Read’s 1000th Dismissal

Chris Read, the former English wicket-keeper, today became just the 25th cricketer all-time to record 1000 dismissals in First Class cricket.

The Best of 2014/15

A big summer of cricket has started in Australian and TBL Daily is pleased to keep you updated with the best performances of the domestic competitions. 12 Dec – Adam Voges made scores of 101 and 139no in Western Australia’s 117 run loss to Victoria. 12 Dec – Ed Cowan made scores of 147 and…

Phil Hughes, 1988-2014

The┬ádeath of young Australian cricketer Phil Hughes this week has challenged emotions, united the global cricket community and moved a nation. In sport, the word tragedy is thrown around a lot – at times, somewhat carelessly. The events of this week however, where someone so young, so talented, so modest and so innocent passed away…

Sharma’s Record ODI Blast

Indian batsman Rohit Sharma has this evening became the first cricketer to score more than 200 in an ODI innings twice, after blasting an absolutely absurd score of 264 against Sri Lanka at Kolkata. The incredible innings – which included 33 x 4’s and 9 x 6’s – was the highest ever individual ODI score…

Chris Hartley – More Deserving

With Brad Haddin nursing an injured shoulder and having performed poorly with the bat in the recently concluded Test series against Pakistan (75 runs at 18.75), questions have surfaced regarding his potential replacement for the upcoming Tests against India, which starts in Brisbane on December 4. Ben Dunk, Tim Paine and Matthew Wade are three…

The Weekend Wrap

Plenty happening in over the weekend in the world of sport, we’ll do our best to bring you up to speed on what went on! Formula 1: The Japanese Grand Prix was marred by the severe injury to French driver Jules Bianchi. Up to date information on how Bianchi is progressing can be found here…

Top Aussies in County Cricket

The 2014 English cricket season has finished and a number of Australian’s had fantastic seasons in different formats of the games. Listed below were the top performers… First Class (Batting) Chris Rogers (Middlesex) – 1333 runs @ 55.54, 4 x 100, 241* HS Angus Robson (Leicestershire) – 1086 runs @ 36.20, 1 x 100, 115…

Asian Games: “All out for 21”

The Asian Games is currently taking place in South Korea and one of the most popular elements of the Games is the Men’s Cricket Competition, which amongst others, includes the national teams (often full strength) of Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. In a game earlier today, the Bangladeshi team – probably the second strongest team…