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ABC Cricket Magazine

ABC Cricket Magazine

Inside Cricket

The unrivalled voice of Australian cricket! The ABC Cricket season guide remains the essential companion to our favourite summer game, and has been for the past 80 years. ABC Cricket has the stats, stories, controversy and expert opinion to see you through a scintillating summer of cricket. Edited by legendary broadcaster, Jim Maxwell, and the rest of the commentary team, they will share their insight into the season ahead in the Guide.

País:
Australia
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Nextmedia Pty Ltd
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1 min.
tune into cricket on abc grandstand

This summer, ABC Grandstand Cricket will feature the best commentators on radio. Jim Maxwell, Alison Mitchell, Harsha Bhogle and Roshan Abeyshinghe will call each Test, ball-by-ball. ABC Grandstand will also broadcast all the men’s and women’s ODIs and T20Is, plus the Women’s BBL, as well as the interviews, analysis and more you’ve come to know from cricket’s home on the radio for over 80 years. To find your ABC station, go to abc.net.au/local or radio.abc.net.au DAB+ Digital Radio is available in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. ABC Grandstand is also available on your device via the ABC listen app. Download at abc.net.au/listen.…

2 min.
the grandstand team

JIM MAXWELL The quintessential voice of cricket on radio in Australia, Maxwell has called close to 300 Test matches since he began covering the game on ABC in 1977. He has served as editor of ABC Cricket magazine since 1988. Of all the series he’s covered in his career, Maxwell nominates Australia’s 2001 tour of India as among the best he’s witnessed. HARSHA BHOGLE When the Indian cricket team comes out, that means we get the pleasure of listening again to Harsha Bhogle. Having first worked for ABC Radio when India toured in 1991-92, Bhogle has been ubiquitous in the world of cricket commentary, and recently has been contributing to the Cricbuzz website. Will forever go down in comm-box lore in Australia for trying to coax Kerry O’Keefe into eating a Naga chilli. ALISON…

2 min.
welcome to abc cricket magazine

Is cricket still Australia’s national game? Footy fans might dispute this claim, and attendances at AFL matches, plus strong television and radio audiences, demonstrate Aussie rules’ raging popularity. Folklore has it that our football was invented to keep cricketers fit in the offseason. And it had plenty of indigenous inspiration. Today all our major cricket grounds are commercially sustained by the bouncing pigskin, so that 19th century cricket child has outgrown – probably cannibalised – its parents. It’s a good yarn for the pub or morning coffee, but cricket is certainly our summer game, as the “sandpaper” folly in South Africa confirmed. The sense of outrage, loss of respect and betrayal was palpable. The punishments handed out by Cricket Australia were harsh, and may well have been influenced by some indignation…

1 min.
2018-19 season schedule

MEN’S AUSTRALIA VS SOUTH AFRICA SERIES MEN’S AUSTRALIA VS INDIA T20 MEN’S AUSTRALIA VS INDIA TESTS MEN’S AUSTRALIA VS INDIA ODI MEN’S AUSTRALIA VS SRI LANKA TESTS WOMEN’S AUSTRALIA VS NEW ZEALAND ODI “AUSTRALIA WILL HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN EVERY TEST, REGARDLESS OF THE RUNS ON THE BOARD.”ED COWAN WOMEN’S NATIONAL CRICKET LEAGUE – ROUNDS TWO & THREE SHEFFIELD SHIELD – ROUNDS TWO TO TEN WOMEN’S BIG BASH LEAGUE (WBBL|04) MEN’S BIG BASH LEAGUE (BBL|08) TOUR MATCHES Grounds confirmed as of October 1, 2018…

1 min.
smith hits four

Steve Smith won the award, recognising the most valuable Australian Test player over a calendar year as voted by the ABC Grandstand commentary team, after continuing his supreme form in 2017. Smith became the 11th cricketer to score 1000 Test runs in a calendar year, accumulating 1305 runs at an average of 76.8, with five centuries and a double century – his top score was 239 against England in Perth. The win makes Smith the first cricketer to win the medal four times, going past former Australian captain Michael Clarke, who won in 2011, 2012 and 2013. The award is named in honour of former cricketer and legendary ABC broadcaster Alan McGilvray, who called cricket for over 50 years. The 2018 judging period will encompass Australia’s controversial four-Test tour of South Africa, two Tests…

3 min.
a tamper-proof tradition

Law 41.3 of the MCC’s Laws of Cricket identifies “changing the condition of the match ball” as an extremely grave offence. So grave, in fact, that it can now fetch you a six-Test ban from the ICC – and even more from your national cricket board, depending on the level of moral panic that is triggered. Click-bait commentators described the ball-tampering scandal as one of the worst things to ever happen in the history of cricket. Let’s not get carried away – that top honour belongs to whoever thought it was a good idea to play “walk-on songs” for incoming batters in T20s. But in terms of genuine on-field indiscretions, the sorry events of Cape Town don’t come close to the worst ever. W.G. Grace – arguably the game’s most iconic figure…