Archive for Category: "Cricket"

Viewing sport from Adelaide Oval’s historical hot seat

Viewing sport from Adelaide Oval’s historical hot seat

Adelaide Oval’s scoreboard is an icon of the Australian sports world, but what of those behind the scenes who run it? DYLAN RUSSELL reports.

T20 World Cup: Australia v Bangladesh

T20 World Cup: Australia v Bangladesh

Australia has restored some pride to its failed ICC T20 World Cup Campaign, cruising to a seven wicket victory in its last match over host nation Bangladesh in Dhaka, AMELIA DAWKINS reports.

England v Netherlands

England v Netherlands

Cricket minnows the Netherlands showed why they must be taken seriously on the international cricket stage, upsetting England by 45 runs in their final ICC T20 World Cup match in Bangladesh last night, JEREMY ROCHOW reports.

Big hitting Windies topple Australia in T20 World Cup classic

Big hitting Windies topple Australia in T20 World Cup classic

A big hitting cameo from Calypso Captain Darren Sammy has led the West Indies to a nail-biting ICC T20 World Cup win against Australia in Dhaka, Bangladesh, WRITES THOMAS NANCARROW.

Australia v West Indies Preview

Australia v West Indies Preview

With Australia’s T20 World Cup match against the West Indies quickly approaching, OTR has had an influx of writers contribute to the analysis of the game, which the Aussies must win to remain in semi-final contention, DAVID PENROSE, QUINTON MCCALLUM AND AMELIA DAWKINS REPORT.

Adelaide Oval creator shares thrill of completion

Adelaide Oval creator shares thrill of completion

With the dawn of a new AFL season many heads are turning towards South Australia as the league welcomes football back to Adelaide Oval, writes James Hetherington.

Weatherill’s betting reforms please South Australians

Weatherill’s betting reforms please South Australians

The South Australian Government recently introduced a plan to place betting advertisement restrictions on live sporting games which has been positively received by South Australians. TOM EDWARDS reports.

Former Redbacks support Botha

Former Redbacks support Botha

Last year’s recruitment of South African Johan Botha to captain the Redbacks for two summers raised eyebrows in the South Australian cricket community. However former South Australian coach Wayne Phillips has backed the recruitment of Botha as state captain this summer, saying there’s a lot to like about the way the Redbacks are playing under his captaincy. BERNHARD SAYER reports.

Ramblers Juniors sales ‘pitch’

Ramblers Juniors sales ‘pitch’

The Coromandel Ramblers Cricket Club has reinforced their reputation as a leader in junior cricket development in the Adelaide Hills after completing a new pitch project last week. TOM EDWARDS reports.

Dragons set to make a return to Turf Cricket

Dragons set to make a return to Turf Cricket

The Westminster Old Scholars Cricket Club is looking to make a return to the Adelaide Turf Cricket Association this year, after a few years hiatus from the competition. MITCHELL TILLER reports.