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Australia’s female cricketers have been rewarded with big pay rises as they set their sights on claiming the 2013 women’s Ashes to add to their World Cup and world T20 titles.
Cricket Australia (CA) is hoping that legislation to amend the Citizenship Act will be passed by the end of next month, so that Pakistan-born spinner Fawad Ahmed will be able to play in the first Ashes Test in England.
Cricket Australia’s recent decision to take legal action against its host broadcaster of the past 36 years, Channel Nine, has brought into question issues regarding when law, business and media collide. No matter how much money or power they possess, no single organisation or media company can claim total control over popular sports content. So just what does this conflict mean for the future of cricket in Australia?
Cricket Australia have signed a deal with the BBC for the rights to broadcast ball-by-ball live radio commentary in the UK for the 2013/14 Ashes series in Australia, which runs from November to January.
The English Cricket Team will have to endure the extreme heat and humidity of Alice Springs during their summer Ashes tour of Australia, following a decision to schedule a tour match in the red centre against a Chairman’s XI between the first and second Tests with Australia later this year.