Cameron Burge - ARTICLES

April10

The Saddest Summer

by:
Richie Benaud

As the title of Alan McIlvray’s book notes, The Game Goes On. Still, as Summer gives way to Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere, one cannot help but feel the celebration of cricket which is the World Cup, and indeed the whole season, has been bookended by two losses which will leave a lasting impression on […]

November27

A Life Too Short. A Life Well Played

by:
Phil Hughes

A shooting star whose light burned gloriously but all too briefly, the death of Phil Hughes at only 25 reminds us in the most tragic manner of both our own mortality and of the joy which one so gifted can bring us in so short a time.

September24

Where To From Here?

by:
ponting

Much has been made over the past 12 months about Australia’s return to the field in the longer form of the game. Occasional criticism has rightly been raised of Ricky Ponting’s captaincy and of a batting line up more prone to collapse than was the case with those of the immediate past. But are these really the burning problems in Australia’s Test line up?