Aaron Finch

26 results

 The presence of former England captain Andrew Strauss and Aussie great Shane Warne lit the touch paper for Sky Sports coverage of the Cricket World Cup. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images via Reuters

The financial might of satellite broadcasters transcends all other considerations for the majority of sports. The superior viewing figures that terres(...)

Skerries’ Eoin Morgan and his teammate Joe Root celebrate their victory against Australia at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Photograph: Getty Images

England’s passage to the World Cup final was faintly ridiculous. Semi-finals are supposed to be gritty affairs with runs dourly chiselled out in a des(...)

Pat Cummins takes a catch off the bowling of Mitchell Starc to dismiss England captain Eoin Morgan. Photograph:  Michael Steele/Getty Images

Now the England camp might acknowledge a little nervousness about their position. After a comprehensive 64-run defeat, in which Australia dominated fr(...)

Australia opener David Warner plays a reverse shot during his innings against Bangladesh during the Cricket World Cup game against Bangladesh at Trent Bridge. Photograph:   Simon Cooper/PA Wire

At Trent Bridge: Australia 381-5 (50 ovs) (D Warner 166, U Khawaja 89, A Finch 53; S Sarkar 3-58), Bangladesh 333-8 (50 ovs) (Mushfiqur Rahim 102no, M(...)

Australia’s Aaron Finch hits a six during the  Cricket World Cup group  match against Sri Lanka  at The Oval in London. Photograph:  Adam Davy/PA Wire

Australia 334-7 (50 ovs) (A Finch 153, S Smith 73, G Maxwell 46no; DM de Silva 2-40, I Udana 2-57), Sri Lanka 247 (45.5 ovs) (D Karunaratne 97, K Pere(...)

Australia’s David Warner celebrates his century during the ICC Cricket World Cup  match against Pakistan  at the  County Ground in  Taunton. Photograph:  David Davies/PA Wire

At Taunton: Australia 307 (49 ovs) (D Warner 107, A Finch 82; M Amir 5-30, S Afridi 2-70), Pakistan 266 (45.4 ovs) (Imam ul-Haq 53; P Cummins 3-33, M (...)

Australia opener David Warner plays a shot during the Cricket World Cup match against Afghanistan at the County Ground in Bristol. Photograph: Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP/Getty Images

At Bristol: Afghanistan 207 (Najibullah Zadran 51), Australia 209-3 (D Warner 89no, A J Finch 66). Australia won by 7 wkts. David Warner and Steve Sm(...)

Afghanistan opening bat  Hazratullah Zazai made 162 not out from 62 balls in the 84-run win over Ireland in Dehradun, India. Photograph: Rowland White/Inpho

Paul Stirling’s highest score in T20 internationals wasn’t enough to deny Afghanistan after they produced a virtuoso display of hitting to win by 84 (...)

India’s Cheteshwar Pujara celebrates his century on the opening day of the final Test against Australia in Sydney. Photograph: David Gray/AFP/Getty

Fourth Test day one, SCG - India 303-4 (India won the toss and elected to bat) Cheteshwar Pujara’s third hundred of the series was the cornerstone of(...)

India’s  Cheteshwar Pujara  celebrates his century with team-mate Virat Kohli applauding on day two of the third Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph: Hamish Blair/EPA

3rd Test – Day 2: India 443-7 dec (C Pujara 106, V Kohli 82, M Agarwal 76, R pant 39, A Rahane 34; P Cummins 3-72, M Starc 2-87) lead Australia 8-0 by(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • Next
  • Last »