Scott Coghlan

Australia rout India to seal series

Australia routed India by an innings and 37 runs inside three days on Sunday to seal a crushing 3-0 series victory against the hapless tourists.

England to target struggling Aussie batsmen

England on Monday warned all was not "rosy" for Australia despite their crushing Ashes win.

England laugh off Warne comeback calls

England coach Andy Flower Monday laughed off suggestions champion leg-spinner Shane Warne could make a shock Ashes comeback.

England look to build ‘winning habit’ in Australia

England will try to get into the "winning habit" in their first Australian tour match this week as they seek a first away Ashes victory since the 80s.

One match at a time for rampant Boks

The Tri-Nations title may be within reach, but SA coach Peter de Villiers says the Springboks aren't looking beyond Saturday's Test.

Wallabies battling injury woes

Wallabies coach Robbie Deans believes his team's line-out can hold up against all-conquering South Africa, despite a mounting injury crisis ahead of t

Crusaders edge past Force

The Canterbury Crusaders showed their championship qualities to climb off the canvas and beat the Western Force 29-24 in a pulsating Super 14 clash at Subiaco Oval in Perth on Sunday. The Crusaders trailed 24-12 midway through the second half, but scored the last 17 points of the match to remain unbeaten in 2008 and claim top spot on the table.

Ponting back to form as Gilchrist falls cheaply

Australian captain Ricky Ponting equalled Sunil Gavaskar by notching up his 34th Test century on the fourth day of the fourth Test against India on Sunday. But retiring wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist fell cheaply in what is likely to be his last Test innings as the home side went to tea at 509 for six.

India’s tail wags to post imposing score

Captain Anil Kumble fell short of a second Test century as India's tail wagged strongly to help the tourists post a big score in the fourth Test against Australia on Friday. After winning the toss and electing to bat, India were dismissed for an imposing 526 just after tea on the second day, Sachin Tendulkar top-scoring with a majestic 153.

Tendulkar ton lifts Indians

Indian superstar Sachin Tendulkar posted a fairy-tale century to lift his side towards a challenging total on the first day of the fourth and final Test against Australia on Thursday. In what seems certain to be his last Test on Australian soil, Tendulkar shook off a personal hoodoo at Adelaide Oval to score his 39th Test hundred.

Australia focus on Test record

Australia will hope to put the acrimony of recent days behind them as they chase a world record 17th straight Test win against India this week. Batsman Michael Clarke said the home team were ''keen as mustard'' to get back on the field after the fall-out of the second Test in Sydney.

Wallabies recall Tuqiri for Fiji Test

The return of brilliant winger Lote Tuqiri heads a comprehensive list of changes for Australia ahead of their rugby Test against Fiji on Saturday. As he searches for his best World Cup and Tri-Nations combination, Wallabies coach Jon Connolly retained just five of his starting 15 from their 31-0 win over Wales last Saturday.

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