BBL: Adelaide Strikers v Hobart Hurricanes, Travis Head and Alex Carey back

BBL: Adelaide Strikers v Hobart Hurricanes, Travis Head and Alex Carey back

The Adelaide Strikers will be bolstered by the return of two champions on Friday, but that will force the others out of the finals. The return of Test heroes and “two of the best Strikers players of all time”, Travis Head and Alex Carey, should spark a “tough selection battle” at the Adelaide Strikers, according … Read more

Travis Head, Australia ICC Test Batting Rating, Bowling Rating, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith

Travis Head, Australia ICC Test Batting Rating, Bowling Rating, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith

Australian Ashes hero Travis Head was the tallest player on the MRF Tires ICC Test Players Ranking after his Man of the Series winning performance against England in the summer. Head plundered the best 357 runs in an Ashes series with an average of 59.50 and a strike rate of 86.02, including two centuries, a … Read more

Travis Head Gets Offensive Flair Award and Saves Hobart’s Ashes Debut | Ashes 2021-22

THEn the first afternoon of Hobart’s Ashes debut, the knives were out for Bellerive Oval. Australia had lost David Warner, Usman Khawaja and Steve Smith by a total of six points, while Australia as a team had scored 12. The pitch appeared to belong to Emerald City. As a result, netizens began to get stuck … Read more

Travis Head, Cameron Green and Australia send England spiraling into another ash disaster

Travis Head, Cameron Green and Australia send England spiraling into another ash disaster

For a game played for several hours over several days across a series of matches, things can change quickly in Test cricket. England does not know it. It’s been their curse in every series to know that trouble lurks around every corner, the unsinkable buoy of their own incompetence always floating a wave away. On … Read more

Travis Head Gets Offensive Flair Award and Saves Hobart’s Ashes Debut | Ashes 2021-22

THEn the first afternoon of Hobart’s Ashes debut, the knives were out for Bellerive Oval. Australia had lost David Warner, Usman Khawaja and Steve Smith by a total of six points, while Australia as a team had scored 12. The pitch appeared to belong to Emerald City. As a result, netizens began to get stuck … Read more