Cairns trial result a blow video

Brendon McCullum, along with his lawyer Garth Gallaway, arrives at Southwark Crown Court to give evidence.

12:08 PM  OPINION: If bringing an end to the "evil world" of match-fixing is the aim, the Chris Cairns perjury trial put it off target by width of MCG.

Cricket the winner on the day

Aussie opening batsman David Warner and Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum shake hands after the first day-night test match in Adelaide.

OPINION: The first ever day-night cricket test delivered in spades but the Black Caps disappointed on Aussie soil.

Referees swayed by thugs

The Phoenix's Roly Bonevacia, caught in a tackle from Anthony Caceres of the Central Coast Mariners, is one of the most fouled players in the A-League.

OPINION: One of the most public faces of violence is on the sports field – and it is time for us to get out the red card.

Rogers: Problems with pink

Former Australian opener Chris Rogers would rather be commentating than playing in the day-night test.

OPINION: Former Australian test batsmen who can't see colours recalls his efforts to play pink ball. It didn't go well.

Reason: 'Agent of change' Jones

Eddie Jones will have his hands full as the coach of England but if he's given the mandate to make wholesale changes to the way players are contracted, he could turn his side into a test rugby powerhouse.

OPINION: Blood to drip from English rugby's red rose by next Christmas, be it coach's or the Machiavellian clubs'.

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