England dominate day one of third Test

Jimmy Anderson's six wickets have given England control of the third Ashes Test, with the hosts 3-133 in response to Australia's 136 at stumps on day one.

Rogers not drawn on Haddin non-selection

Chris Rogers is unwilling to shed any light on reports Australian players are unhappy with a selectors' decision to leave Brad Haddin on the sidelines.

Rogers denies Aussie complacency

Chris Rogers says Australia did not get ahead of themselves before the third Ashes Test after being dominated by England at Edgbaston.

Anderson's Ashes best rocks Australia

Birmingham (United Kingdom) (AFP) - James Anderson returned the best Ashes figures of his career as England took charge on the first day of the third Test against Australia at Edgbaston on Wednesday.

Aust 3-72 at lunch in third Ashes Test

David Warner, Steve Smith and Michael Clarke have all been dismissed cheaply, with Australia reduced to 3-72 at lunch on day one of the third Ashes Test.

No option but to drop Haddin: Marsh

Australian chairman of selectors Rod Marsh says Brad Haddin's form with the bat and gloves meant he had no option but to leave Peter Nevill in the side.

Anderson takes six to put England in command

By Justin Palmer BIRMINGHAM (Reuters) - Paceman James Anderson took six wickets to skittle Australia for a paltry 136 and put England in control on the first day of the third test …

Young guns spark Aussie women's cricket

Match winning Australians Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry are making their presence felt in the upper reaches of the women's ODI cricket world rankings.

Hayden, Ponting bat for axed Haddin

Brad Haddin should never have been dropped from Australia's Test team given the circumstances surrounding his omission from the 2nd Test, says Matt Hayden.