The door remains open for the Big Bash League final to become a permanent fixture in Canberra.
Mike Hussey believes bowlers with dubious actions have been able to beat the system too easily, and fears traditional spinners will have little impact at next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Channel Nine boss David Gyngell has asked the ailing but resilient voice of cricket to call Australia's series against India from his Coogee home.
Mitchell Marsh might be excited about playing a role for the team against South Africa on Wednesday, but the most exciting thing about him is that he is capable of playing two roles.
Mitchell Johnson has enhanced his reputation as the most destructive player in world cricket - by smashing the window of the commentary box with a six.
Back in 2003, Michael Clarke was a young, uncapped batsman on his first tour of the West Indies.
Darren Lehmann has reinforced to Sydney players the importance of maintaining their high standards as the club pushes for its second premiership in three seasons.
One day, we'll reflect that the saddest part of this sorry saga was that football looked to rugby league for a steer on what to do next.
Ten years after he opted out of a tour to Zimbabwe for moral reasons, Stuart MacGill believes Australia's current visit could help the nation's struggling cricket team.