Steve Smith

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We are witnessing something very special with Australia’s Steve Smith. Photograph: PA

Steve Smith is ruining Test cricket. Like a maverick cop forced off active duty, he has been back only five minutes but is already laying the town to (...)

Wexford’s Paul Morris is tackled by Tipperary’s Padraic Maher during the All-Ireland SHC semi-final in Croke Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

At the start of the first morning of the first Ashes Test match at Edgbaston last Thursday, Australian opener David Warner marched out to the middle c(...)

Jason Roy is boweld by Nathan Lyon during England’s capitulation at Edgbaston. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty

Australia 284 (S Smith 144, S Broad 5-86) & 487-7d (S Smith 142, M Wade 110, T Head 51, B Stokes 3-85) beat England 374ao (R Burns 133, J Root 57,(...)

Australia’s Steve Smith on the fourth day of the first Ashes cricket Test at Edgbaston. Photograph: Getty Images

Well, what did you see my blue eyed son? And what did you see, my darling young one? I saw a man batting without a chance for 149 overs. I saw Joe Den(...)

Australia’s Steve Smith is struck by a ball bowled by England’s Ben Stokes during play on the third day of the first Ashes test. Photograph: Getty Images

Australia 284 & 124-3 England 374 Steve Smith once again held Australia’s Ashes hopes on his shoulders as England’s bowlers fought in vain to dis(...)

  Australia’s Steve Smith celebrates his century against England at Edgbaston. Photograph: Carl Recine/Reuters

First Test, day one: Australia 284; England 10-0  Steve Smith is on the periphery no more. On his return to Test cricket with his side deep in t(...)

 England’s Joe Root and Australia’s Tim Paine with the Ashes trophy at Edgbaston. Photograph: Andrew Boyers/Reuters

England have named their team for the first Ashes Test, with no place for Jofra Archer. The Barbados-born paceman received his maiden call-up for th(...)

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(...)

Andile Phehlukwayo and Dwaine Pretorius of South Africa celebrate the last wicket and their win at Old Trafford. Photograph: Getty Images

Prolific opener David Warner smashed a brilliant 122 but could not claim victory for Australia as they slipped to a 10-run defeat to South Africa in t(...)

 Mitchell Starc of Australia leads his side off after taking five wickets in the World Cup match against New Zealand at Lord’s. Photograph:   Alex Davidson/Getty Images

At Lord’s Australia 243-9 (50 ovs) (U Khawaja 88, A Carey 71, T Boult 4-51, J Neesham 2-28, L Ferguson 2-49), New Zealand 157 (43.4 ovs) (K Williamson(...)

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