Cricket Australia

Cricket Australia (CA) has reported revenue of almost A$300m (€206m/$263.5m) for the 2013-14 season to leave the national governing body in a strong financial position ahead of its co-hosting of the 2015 World Cup.

The Cricket Australia (CA) governing body is to consider introducing a draft system for its young players in a bid to better compete with rival sporting codes and ensure a more even distribution of talent in the country.

Cricket Australia (CA) has announced that the final of the 2014-15 edition of Twenty20 competition the Big Bash League (BBL) will be played at Canberra’s Manuka Oval in a change to the traditional hosting strategy for the showpiece game.

Cricket Australia has appointed M&C Saatchi’s Melbourne office as its lead creative agency.

Cricket Australia (CA) and New Zealand Cricket (NZC) are working towards staging the sport’s first day-night Test match in November 2015.

David Peever will replace Wally Edwards as chairman of the Cricket Australia in October 2015 after being appointed to the vacant position of deputy chairman of the national governing body today (Friday).

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will not expand the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament over the next eight years, according to Wally Edwards, the chairman of the Cricket Australia national governing body.

Cricket South Africa has become the first national governing body to speak out against a draft proposal being considered by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to give the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Cricket Australia (CA) greater power in running the sport.

Cricket Australia has established a dedicated integrity unit to address the potentially undermining threats of doping, match-fixing and behavioural issues to cricket played under its jurisdiction.

Cricket Australia has become the latest integrity partner of Sportradar, following last week’s FIFA ban of individuals in the country’s soccer Victorian Premier League for match-fixing.

Hot Spot technology has been axed for the upcoming Ashes series by Australian broadcaster Channel Nine.

Cricket Australia (CA) has defended paceman Shaun Tait against claims that he was involved in the recent sport-fixing scandal that has come to light in the Indian Premier League.