• Umpiring drama works in Australia's favour
    Umpiring drama works in Australia's favour

    Australian batsman Adam Voges was given a reprieve after being bowled. More »

  • Waugh has this to say about why Warne hates him
    Waugh has this to say about why Warne hates him

    Shane Warne had earlier labled Steve Waugh as the "most selfish" cricketer he'd played with. More »

  • Shane Warne breached the baggy green: Langer
    Shane Warne breached the baggy green: Langer

    Shane Warne has been accused of breaching the “Australian way” with his attack on former captain Steve Waugh. More »

  • Voges cashes in as Australia forge huge lead
    Voges cashes in as Australia forge huge lead

    By Greg Stutchbury WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Adam Voges continued to capitalise on an early reprieve by scoring his fifth test century as Australia eased to 463 for six by the close of the second day's play of the first match against New Zealand at the Basin Reserve on Saturday Voges was unbeaten on 176 at stumps with Peter Siddle on 29 as the Australians stretched their advantage to 280 runs, snuffing out any hope New Zealand had of claiming victory in captain Brendon McCullum's 100th test. The 36-year-old Voges has made the most of a lifeline when he was bowled by Doug Bracewell for seven with two deliveries remaining on Friday, only for umpire Richard Illingworth to signal a no-ball. Television replays showed the delivery was legal but because the infraction had been called on the field, New Zealand were unable to ask for a review. More »

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