[close]

Not only does Racing And Sports have all your horse racing action covered, we have expanded the content we provide to include a massive amount of Sports information.

Both in terms of Audio and Video matter and news articles, Racing And Sports has every sport covered from the main landscape.

These include AFL, Rugby League, Cricket, Tennis, Golf, Rugby Union, Football, Cycling, Swimming and various other pursuits which focus the sporting eyes of the nation.

There will be more features coming as well.

Sports - Cricket

New Aussie coach Langer lays down law

Warriors coach JUSTIN LANGER hits balls for catching practice at the change of innings during the Sheffield Shield match between the Western Australia Warriors and the South Australia Redbacks at WACA Perth, Australia.

Australian cricket coach Justin Langer has drawn a line in the sand over player behaviour after officially taking over following the ball-tampering scandal.

Cricket Australia rejig executive team

Kevin Roberts, who upset players with his approach to last year's pay dispute, has been promoted by Cricket Australia to the role of chief operating officer.

Smith to make cricket comeback in Canada

STEVE SMITH of Australia hits the ball to make his century during the Fourth Test Match in the 2017/18 Ashes series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Suspended former Australia cricket captain Steve Smith has been named as a marquee player in Canada's upcoming T20 tournament.

BBL clubs keen to sign AB de Villiers

The Sydney Sixers are among a handful of BBL clubs to have reached out to AB de Villiers' management following the South African's international retirement.

NZ coach replaces Lehmann on ICC committee

DARREN LEHMANN Australian coach looks on during the One Day International Series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

Darren Lehmann has vacated one of the International Cricket Council's influential committees, while Australian Belinda Clark has been called up.

Glenn Maxwell eyeing subcontinent Test nod

GLENN MAXWELL of Victoria acknowledges the crowd during a Sheffield Shield match in Sydney, Australia.

Glenn Maxwell hopes to put his name forward for Test selection when a beefed-up Australia A side tours India later this year.

Langer to lay out Aussie cricket blueprint

JUSTIN LANGER, coach of Western Australia hits balls for slips catching practice during the Sheffield Shield match between Western Australia and South Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

New Australia coach Justin Langer will lay out his framework to the one-day squad at a pre-tour camp in Brisbane this weekend.

Perry stars in Indian T20 exhibition match

ELLYSE PERRY in action during the ICC Women's World Cup  in Bristol, England.

Ellyse Perry's Supernovas have scored a final-ball win over Australian teammate Alyssa Healy's Trailblazers in the women's T20 challenge match in Mumbai.

Cartwright backing Langer to be a success

Head coach JUSTIN LANGER looks on during the International Twenty20 match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Hilton Cartwright says Australia's players will flourish under the coaching of his former WA coach Justin Langer, but warned them not to get on his bad side.

Warner confirms grade cricket stint

DAVID WARNER during the Australian national mens cricket team training session at PPC Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa.

Randwick Petersham club president Mike Whitney will welcome David Warner with open arms as the opener seeks to redeem himself through grade cricket.

Aussie women to play in IPL-style game

ELLYSE PERRY of Australia bats in the Women's Test match between Australia and England at North Sydney, Australia

Four Australian women's cricketers will play in an IPL-style exhibition game next week in India.

India is holding back Test cricket: Waugh

India's refusal to play a day-night Test match at Adelaide Oval next summer is selfish and holding back the future of cricket, Mark Waugh says.

Lawry confirms retirement after 40 years

Cricket legend Bill Lawry has confirmed he's turned down offers from Fox Sports and the Seven Network and will retire from cricket commentary.

Mickey Arthur not in frame to coach WA

MICKEY ARTHUR, head coach of Pakistan helps his team warm up during the One Day International series between Australia and Pakistan at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has effectively been ruled out of the running to coach Western Australia, with Adam Voges and Kade Harvey the frontrunners.

Victoria pinch emerging SA legspinner

Victorian cricket has lured emerging teenage legspinner Tom O'Connell from South Australia.

Australia face T20 questions after Waugh

Australian cricket great Mark Waugh will end his role as a Cricket Australia selector in August, making for a new-look Twenty 20 selection panel.

Aussie women slated for IPL exhibition

MEG LANNING of Australia walks off after she was dismissed during the women's one day international series between Australia and India at Blundstone Arena in Hobart, Australia.

Australia's women's cricketers could feature in an IPL-style exhibition game in India later this month.

Bancroft free to play Perth club cricket

CAMERON BANCROFT of Australia walks from the ground at stumps during the Fifth Test match in the 2017/18 Ashes Series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Cameron Bancroft will be allowed to line up for Perth club side Willetton this summer after being granted a special exemption by the WA Premier Cricket league.

'Dear, oh dear': Bill Lawry to hang up mic

Iconic Australian cricket commentator Bill Lawry has reportedly turned down offers to continue his TV broadcasting career.

Seven seal Ponting as commentator

RICKY PONTING talks to the media during the Cricket Hall of Fame Media Opportunity at the National Sports Museum in Melbourne, Australia.

Ricky Ponting has agreed to a commentary deal with the Seven Network, but his coaching aspirations aren't over.

Paine would welcome Warner back in team

TIM PAINE of Australia during day 1 of the 4th Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Australia at Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Test and one-day skipper Tim Paine has rejected claims David Warner has been ostracised by teammates, saying he'd welcome the opening batsman back.

Paine expects hostile English crowds

TIM PAINE of Australia during the 4th Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Australia at Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Newly appointed one-day international captain Tim Paine says England's cricket crowds and media will provide a hostile environment during next month's tour.

Lehmann in new role with Cricket Australia

DARREN LEHMANN, coach of Australia, during an Australian nets session at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia.

Darren Lehmann will be back working at Cricket Australia later this month in the national performance program.

Paine hits the phones after Cape Town saga

TIM PAINE of Australia passes the ball during a Test match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Australia skipper Tim Paine says communicating with his Test teammates has been a key focus in the wake of the disastrous South African tour.

NT keen to lure banned Test cricketers

DAVID WARNER of Australia bats during the Fourth Test Match of the 2017/18 Ashes series at MCG in Australia.

Suspended Test cricketers David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are interested in playing in Darwin's limited-overs competition in July.

Lyon braces for ball-tampering tirade

NATHAN LYON of Australia speaks during a press conference at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Spinner Nathan Lyon predicts English cricket crowds will give Australia plenty of reminders about the ball-tampering scandal in the upcoming one-day series.

Australia's ODI and T20 talking points

JUSTIN LANGER, coach of Western Australia hits balls for slips catching practice during the Sheffield Shield match between Western Australia and South Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

Key points of interest in Australia's selections for the first assignments under new coach Justin Langer.

Dodgy shoulders leave Lynn on ODI outer

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 05: Chris Lynn of the Heat bats during the Big Bash League match between the Perth Scorchers and the Brisbane Heat at WACA on January 5, 2017 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Master blaster Chris Lynn was a surprise omission in the squads named for Australia's one-day international and Twenty20 series in June and July.

India turn down day-night Test in Adelaide

Australia's first Test against India in Adelaide in December will be a day match after Indian officials declined requests to play it as a day-nighter.

Paine to lead Aussies through England ODIs

TIM PAINE of Australia during the 4th Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Australia at Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Tim Paine will lead Australia's one-day team in England while offspinner Nathan Lyon has earned a surprise recall.

Smith should return to captaincy: Taylor

STEVE SMITH of Australia plays a shot during game three of the One Day International series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Mark Taylor has backed Steve Smith to captain Australia again after his leadership ban, stemming from the ball-tampering saga, is over.

Siddle stars for Essex as 22 wickets fall

PETER SIDDLE of Victoria bowls during the Sheffield Shield match between Victoria and New South Wales at Junction Oval in Melbourne, Australia.

Peter Siddle has starred for Essex on an eventful opening day of the County Championship match against Yorkshire where 22 wickets fell at Chelmsford.

Exiled former skipper Smith returns home

STEVE SMITH of Australia plays a shot during game three of the One Day International series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Former Australian skipper Steve Smith has returned home vowing to earn back the public's trust in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal.

New coach Langer receiving plenty of love

Past and current players have congratulated Justin Langer on being made Australia's head coach, and even his former rivals think it's a good appointment.

Conquering India 'ultimate' goal: Langer

DARREN LEHMANN Australian coach looks on during the One Day International Series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

New Australian coach Justin Langer has identified winning a Test series in India as the ultimate challenge for his side.

Langer learns to embrace his inner hippie

JUSTIN LANGER, coach of Western Australia hits balls for slips catching practice during the Sheffield Shield match between Western Australia and South Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

New Australia coach Justin Langer wants to bring more harmony to the national set-up, just like he did when he took over as coach of Western Australia.

Australian coach Justin Langer in quotes

DARREN LEHMANN, coach of Australia, during an Australian nets session at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia.

The best quotes from Justin Langer's first press conference as Australian cricket coach after taking over from Darren Lehmann.

Warner has future in national team: Langer

Head coach JUSTIN LANGER looks on during the International Twenty20 match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Newly-appointed Australia coach Justin Langer expects David Warner to return to national duties upon serving his ban for his part in the ball-tampering scandal.

Australian cricket's coaching appointments

Head coach JUSTIN LANGER looks on during the International Twenty20 match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Justin Langer will be the seventh coach of the Australian men's national cricket team.

NSW axe ex-Test batsman Nic Maddinson

NIC MADDINSON of the Sixers bats during the Big Bash League match between the Sydney Sixers and the Melbourne Stars at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Former Test batsman Nic Maddinson has not been offered a new contract by Cricket NSW, with lack of consistency cited as the reason.

Justin Langer and his journey in cricket

Warriors coach JUSTIN LANGER hits balls for catching practice at the change of innings during the Sheffield Shield match between the Western Australia Warriors and the South Australia Redbacks at WACA Perth, Australia.

A look at the new Australian coach Justin Langer's achievements in first-class and international cricket.

New coach Langer out to heal relationships

JUSTIN LANGER, coach of Western Australia hits balls for slips catching practice during the Sheffield Shield match between Western Australia and South Australia at WACA in Perth, Australia.

Justin Langer has been confirmed as Australia's new cricket coach for the next four years and will be in charge of the team for all three formats of the game.

Cricket Aust won't consider Pakistan move

Australia's cricket team won't play this year in Pakistan for the first time in two decades, despite reports a request had been made for a T20 match there.

ICC Test Championship to begin with Ashes

STEVE SMITH of Australia celebrates his half century during the Fourth Test Match in the 2017/18 Ashes series between Australia and England at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

The ICC's new Test Championship will begin with next year's Ashes series in England, where Steve Smith and David Warner will also be available to return.

Gilchrist calls on players to find balance

Adam Gilchrist

Amid the soul-searching over Australian cricket's culture, former Test star Adam Gilchrist warns that players relying on "aggro" have "lost the battle".

Women's Big Bash League to go it alone

JAMES SUTHERLAND the Cricket Australia CEO during the Australian press conference held at the Holiday Inn in Sandton in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The women's Big Bash League will operate as a stand-alone tournament in October and November, free from the men's competition, from 2019-20.

Sutherland wants to lead cricket's change

James Sutherland wants to lead Australian cricket through any findings found by The Ethics Centre's review into the sport after the ball-tampering scandal.