The stunning revival of Peter Siddle's international prospects, which paved the way for him reach 200 Test wickets on Friday, is expected to culminate in his elevation to Australia's senior fast-bowler for the rest of the Test summer.
Andrew Wu Australia welcomed life after Mitchell Johnson and the start of cricket's brave new era by grinding New Zealand's top order into submission in the historic day-night Test.
Andrew Wu Mitchell Starc is facing a lengthy period on the sidelines due to a stress fracture in his right foot.
Andrew Wu The first day of day-night Test cricket has been hailed a success by players, former stars and fans who voted with their feet.
Jesse Hogan The dominant theory about the likely behaviour of the pink ball, that it would swing less than a red ball during the day but more at night, was vindicated on its first day of use in Test cricket – in front of a bumper crowd in Adelaide.
Greg Baum The first point to be made about day-night Test cricket is that it is mostly day, which hitherto was the only recognisable form anyway.
Malcolm Knox As sure as night follows day, there would be a tinge of anticlimax in the first session of the third Test match.
Matt Murnane A worn-out Adam Scott admits the most frustrating and unfulfilling year of his career is taking its toll at the Australian Open.
Phil Lutton Here's what we found out about the pink ball, Mitchell Starc and Test cricket crowds after the first day in Adelaide
Daniel Lane Sean Abbott took a wicket with the fourth ball of his first over in the Sheffield Shield match against Queensland at the SCG, a match that is being treated as a solemn occasion in Australian cricket.