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wurde auch das erste Test Cricket Match auf dem Melbourne Cricket Ground zwischen Australien und England ausgetragen. Auf nationaler Ebene wird. Die australische Cricket-Nationalmannschaft ist die Nationalmannschaft im Cricket, die Australien auf internationaler Ebene vertritt. Sie ist Vollmitglied im. Cricket galt in Australien als Gentleman-Sport - bis Schlagmann Cameron Bancroft vor laufenden Kameras betrogen hat. Das Land schämt sich. Cricket is a sport close to the hearts of Aussies. Celebrate the start of summer with the Ashes series - a cricket match series between Australia and England. Cricket ist seit mehr als Jahren in Australien gespielt. Das erste aufgezeichnete Cricket - Match in Australien fand in Sydney im Dezember und ein.
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Australia compete with England for the Women's Ashes , a cricket bat symbolically burned prior to the test series. The Australian team also compete in the Rose Bowl series , a series of one-day internationals against New Zealand.
On a domestic level, each of the six states has a cricket team which competes in two separate competitions over summer:.
Moreover, eight city-based franchises compete in the domestic Twenty20 competition known as Big Bash League. Local club cricket is also popular, as well as social cricket which includes variations such as backyard and beach cricket.
The Sheffield Shield is the domestic first-class cricket competition in Australia. When established, the competition included the colonies later states of New South Wales , South Australia and Victoria.
Queensland was admitted to the Shield competition for the —27 season, Western Australia in —48 and Tasmania in — As of the —09 season, the title has reverted to its original name.
It was established in —70 and featured the state teams and a team from New Zealand. Originally a knock-out tournament, the format and name has changed several times since inception depending on the naming rights sponsor.
New Zealand withdrew from the competition after the —75 season. The Canberra Comets , a team from the Australian Capital Territory were included for three seasons from to to — At the end of the —07 season, Western Australia has been the most successful state with 11 wins while South Australia and Tasmania have won two each.
In , the format changed and all matches were held in Sydney at various grounds. It was broadcast live on GEM. The whole competition was held in the month of October, prior to the Sheffield Shield.
The Big Bash League replaced the previous competition, the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash , and features eight city-based franchises, instead of the six state-based teams which had competed before.
Each state's capital city features one team, with Sydney and Melbourne featuring two. It is now placed ninth in the list of most attended sports leagues in the world with respect to average crowd per match —16 season.
The founding mother of women's cricket in Australia was the young Tasmanian, Lily Poulett-Harris , who captained the Oyster Cove team in the league she created in Lily's obituary, from her death a few years later in , states that her team was almost certainly the first to be formed in the colonies .
The current competition is run by the Women's National Cricket League. The first domestic women's cricket competition in Australia was the Australian Women's Cricket Championships, an annual two-week tournament established in — The championships were replaced by the Women's National Cricket League in — Victoria and New South Wales have been the most successful teams.
In , the Australian Women's Twenty20 Cup was introduced, also featuring state representative teams. In , it was replaced by the Women's Big Bash League , which features eight franchise teams.
Club cricket is popular and the first step for players looking to be selected for their state and national teams. Each state association has a peak club cricket championship variously known as 'district' or 'grade' cricket:.
Five were only used once, during the World Cup , while three all in Tasmania only hosted games during s World Series Cups.
The main six used are:. Grounds which have been used for One Day Internationals only are:. Grounds in Australia which have been used exclusively for the Twenty20 Internationals:.
Cricket is also a mass participation sport in Australia: a census conducted on behalf of Cricket Australia found that in the —04 season there were , participants in Australian cricket programmes and competitions, including 47, female participants.
In —16, a record 1,, Australians played formal, organised cricket during the year, an increase of nine percent over the previous year, making cricket Australia's biggest participant sport.
The position of Australian Test cricket captain is regarded as one of the most important roles in Australian sport. It is often said that in Australia the office of Test captain is second in stature behind the office of Prime Minister.
Cricket plays an important role in Australia's national identity, in particular its relationship towards the United Kingdom.
Ashes Tests have traditionally been seen by many Australians as an opportunity to avenge past perceived wrongs by the former imperial power.
The national team has been said to represent "de facto Australian foreign policy" particularly with respect to relations with Asian subcontinent nations.
Official audience data shows that Australia's victory over New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup Final was the most-watched sports match ever in Australia, peaking at 4.
The second innings of the match, which saw Australia winning the match with seven wickets to spare, averaged 2. A further , watched Australia's innings on pay-TV channel Fox Sports 3, while , watched the first session.
The third and eventually the final day of the match, attracted a peak national audience of 3. An audience of 2. It still remains the most watched Twenty20 match in Australia on TV.
BBL coverage has become a regular feature of Australian summers and attracted an average audience of more than , people nationally in —16 season, including a peak audience of 2.
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Grace and — This match, later to be recognised as the first Test match, was won by Australia by 45 runs thanks mainly to an unbeaten by Charles Bannerman.
The result of this match was seen by Australians and Englishmen as a reflection of the rising standard of Australian cricket.
The rising standards of Australian cricket was further established during the first representative tour of England in A return visit in —79 is best remembered for a riot and by the time Australia visited England in , playing the first Test in England at The Oval , a system of international tours was well established.
The obituary stated that English cricket had died, and the body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Australia. The English media then dubbed the next English tour to Australia —83 as the quest to regain The Ashes.
The era from the mids to World War I has been described as Australian cricket's golden age. This era saw the emergence of players such as Monty Noble , Clem Hill and in particular Victor Trumper , who was idolised by the Australian public.
The Great War led to the suspension of both international and Sheffield Shield cricket and the enlistment of many cricketers in the AIF.
International cricket recommenced with a tour by a weakened England team in — The strong Australian team, led by Armstrong and with a bowling attack spearheaded by Gregory and Ted McDonald won the series 5—0, the first time this was achieved in an Ashes series.
He scored first class centuries , still the only Australian to score a century of centuries and was knighted for services to cricket. The Bodyline controversy began when Bradman toured England with the Australian team in Bradman scored heavily, runs at an average of Following discussions with other observers such as Percy Fender and George Duckworth , he developed a tactic to limit the prodigious run scoring of Bradman and the others.
Appointed captain of England for the —33 series in Australia, Jardine was able to put these theories into practice.
Combined with bowlers of the speed and accuracy of Harold Larwood and Bill Voce , the tactic required batsmen to risk injury in order to protect their wicket.
In December , the Australian women's team played the English women in the first women's Test match at the Brisbane Exhibition Ground.
Despite a 7 wicket haul to Anne Palmer in the first innings, the English women were too strong and won by 9 wickets. The team was captained by Lindsay Hassett and it saw the emergence of the charismatic all-rounder Keith Miller.
The series was drawn 2—2. They were later joined by leg spinning all-rounder, Richie Benaud and batsman Neil Harvey.
By the —59 series, Benaud was captain of the Australian side and managed to recover the Ashes. The —61 series at home against the West Indies was widely regarded as one of the most memorable.
A commitment by Benaud and his West Indian counterpart Frank Worrell to entertaining cricket revived lagging interest in the sport. The West Indian team was held in such affection that a ticker-tape parade in their honour prior to their departure from Australia attracted a crowd of , Melburnians to wish them farewell.
In the late s and early s, there was an ongoing controversy regarding illegal bowling actions. Called on to bowl his first over, he was no-balled 4 times by umpire Colin Egar for throwing before being removed from the attack by his skipper, Benaud.
As a consequence, Meckiff retired from all levels of cricket after the match and Egar received death threats from persons aggrieved at his call.
The s saw players and administrators once again come into conflict. Poor scheduling saw Australia visit South Africa immediately after a tour to India in — This would be the last tour to South Africa prior to the application of international sporting sanctions designed to oppose the policy of apartheid.
The tired Australians came across a very strong South African team in conditions vastly different from the subcontinent , and were subsequently beaten 4—0.
A request by the Australian Cricket Board for the players to play a further match in South Africa was met with resistance by the players, led by the captain, Bill Lawry.
Lawry remains the only Australian captain to be sacked in the middle of a Test series. Greg Chappell , Ian's younger brother, succeeded him as captain in —76 and led the Australian team in the Centenary Test in Melbourne in March A celebration of years of Test cricket, Australia won the Test by 45 runs, the precise result of the corresponding game years earlier.
While Australian cricket celebrated, the Australian media tycoon Kerry Packer was making plans to wrest away the television rights for Australian cricket.
During the Ashes tour, the cricket world became aware that Packer had signed 35 of the world's top cricketers for a series of matches, including 18 Australians, 13 of whom were part of the tour party.
Former Australian captain, Bob Simpson was recalled from retirement to lead an inexperienced team in a home series against India in —78, won 3—2 and then a tour to the West Indies, marred by an ugly riot.
The subsequent thrashing, a 5—1 victory for England, and the success of World Series Cricket forced the Australian Cricket Board to concede on Packer's terms.
The settlement between the ACB and WSC led to the introduction of a series of innovations including night cricket, coloured clothing and an annual limited overs tri-series called the World Series Cup.
Their retirement at the end of the —84 season was quickly followed by a series of tours to South Africa by a rebel Australian team in breach of the sporting sanctions imposed on the apartheid regime.
The combined effect was to leave Australian cricket at its nadir under reluctant captain, Allan Border , losing Test series at home 2—1 and away 1—0 to New Zealand in — The long road back for Australian cricket started in India in — Border, along with Bob Simpson in a new role as coach, set out to identify a group of players that a team could form around.
Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Returning to the subcontinent for the World Cup in , Australia surprised the cricket world by defeating England at Eden Gardens in Kolkata to win the tournament with a disciplined brand of cricket.
The 4—0 drubbing of England was the first time since that Australia had recovered the Ashes away from home and marked the resurgence of Australia as a cricketing power.
The most successful leg-spinbowler in the history of the game, Shane Warne , made his debut in —92 in the third Test against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
From this modest beginning, Warne dominated Australian cricket for 15 years, taking wickets at an average of In —95, under new captain Taylor, the Australians defeated the then dominant West Indies in the Caribbean to recover the Frank Worrell Trophy for the first time since and staked a claim to be considered the best team in the world.
Following a disappointing World Cup at home in , Australia then entered a run of extraordinarily successful World Cup campaigns; runners up to Sri Lanka in in the subcontinent , fighting back after early setbacks to win in England in and unbeaten on their way to another victory in South Africa.
Waugh made a slightly rocky start to his term as captain, drawing 2—2 with the West Indies in the Caribbean and losing to Sri Lanka 1—0 away.
A victory in the Australian team's first ever Test match against Zimbabwe was the start of an unparalleled 16 Test winning streak.
The streak was finally ended in in Kolkata with a remarkable victory by India after being asked to follow-on. For Waugh, India would remain unconquered territory.
Australia's success was not without its detractors. Accusations of racism were made against the Australian team, one incident leading to a suspension for Darren Lehmann in A rehabilitated Ponting would succeed Waugh as captain in While injured for most of the —05 series against India, his team under acting captain Adam Gilchrist defeated India in India, the first Australian series win in India since Bill Lawry's team in — A 2—1 defeat in the Ashes series in England was quickly avenged at home with a 5—0 thrashing of England in — The whitewash was the first in an Ashes series since Warwick Armstrong's team in — Australia won the Cricket World Cup under Ricky Ponting in the Caribbean and were unbeaten through the tournament.
Australian cricketer Matthew Hayden scored the most runs in the tournament. The finals happened to be Glenn McGrath 's last match and he was also the highest wicket taker of the tournament and the player of the tournament.
Fourteen teams played 49 matches in 14 venues, with Australia staging 26 games at grounds in Adelaide , Brisbane , Canberra , Hobart , Melbourne , Perth and Sydney.
The Australian national team is one of the most successful teams in international cricket. Along with England, Australia was recognised as one of the founder nations of the Imperial Cricket Conference, later the International Cricket Council.
Australia generally plays a test series against a visiting team, and a one-day series between two other teams at home each summer, and tours overseas for the remainder of the year.
On 15 March , an Australian representative team played England in what would later be recognised as the first Test match.
They are the most successful Test cricketing nation, with a higher percentage of won matches than any other nation.
In Test cricket, the Australian team compete for various trophies and championships. The competition is notional in the sense that it is simply a ranking scheme overlaid on all international matches that are otherwise played as part of regular Test cricket with no other consideration whatsoever.
The most famous among all these trophies is The Ashes , which was played for the first time in between Australia and England.
Other bilateral trophies have generally been named after the great players from the two competing nations. There have been only eleven Test match venues in Australia since the first Test match in Four of the eleven venues are no longer used for test matches.
Grounds no longer used for test matches. The Australian team took part in the first one day international on 5 January , once again also against England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Since then, the team has maintained a good record in one day internationals, winning five Cricket World Cups , more than any other national team. Following the end of World Series Cricket , from to the Australian season featured a triangular series of one day internationals, featuring the Australian team and two touring teams.
The first incarnation of this tournament was called the World Series Cup and included night cricket, coloured uniforms and a white ball. In —95, the tournament included an Australia A cricket team , due to the perceived weakness of the invited Zimbabwe team.
The successor series followed a similar format. In , for the first time, the tournament featured the innovations already common in Australian one-day matches such as night cricket and coloured clothing.
The tournament featured nine nations, expanded to include a South African team recently admitted back into world cricket. Australia despite starting firm favourites,  performed poorly, failing to make the semi — final stage.
Pakistan defeated England in the final in front of 87, spectators at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. There are currently , female participants in cricket.
The Australia national women's cricket team competes internationally and has won the Women's Cricket World Cup 5 times, more than any other team.
Australia compete with England for the Women's Ashes , a cricket bat symbolically burned prior to the test series. Jake Ball England did not bat in the second innings due to injury.
Cricket Australia XI won the toss and elected to bat. Jason Sangha and Matthew Short Cricket Australia XI both made their maiden first-class centuries, with Sangha becoming the second-youngest batsman to score a first-class century against England.
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