AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS'S ASSOCIATION

  • ICC is most ineffective governing body in world sports: ACA May 8, 2013

    Melbourne: Fuming after L Sivaramakrishnan's appointment as a players' representative in the International Cricket Council, the Australian players' union has called the ICC the "most ineffective governing body in world sport". "It's a really sad day for cricket," Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) CEO Paul Marsh was quoted as saying by The...
  • PCB plays down ACA concern over late night ODIs July 8, 2012

    Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has played down concerns expressed by the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) over playing late night ODIs in the UAE next month. Some former Pakistani players also criticised the ACA for its rigid stand on the PakistanAustralia series, scheduled to be held from August 28 to...
  • Pak to play 3 ODIs, 3 T20s against Aus in UAE June 30, 2012

    Lahore: Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) might continue to express its concerns over playing a oneday series against Pakistan in the UAE but the cricket boards of the two nations have now agreed to a series of three ODIs and three Twenty20 Internationals in the Emirates from August 27, a PCB...
  • Aus wary of UAE heat in proposed Pak series June 21, 2012

    Melbourne: Heat could play spoilsport in the proposed PakistanAustralia limitedovers series in the UAE as the cricketers from Down Under have "significant concerns" about playing there in searing temperatures of August. Pakistan Cricket Board's director for international operations Intikhab Alam has said three ODIs and three Twenty20s are being planned in...
  • Aus cricketers reach new pay deal: reports June 20, 2012

    Sydney: Australian media reports that Cricket Australia have sealed a new pay deal with its top players, avoiding possible strike action by the national team during its current tour to England. The Sydney Morning Herald reported on Wednesday that Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers' Association have signed a memorandum of...
  • Australian cricketers' strike prospects fade June 15, 2012

    Melbourne: The prospect of Australia's cricketers going on strike in England have eased after negotiations between the players and Cricket Australia (CA) over their ongoing pay dispute seemed to be going in the right direction. After a meeting with the CA officials, Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) boss Paul Marsh said...
  • Our demands are not unreasonable: Clarke June 14, 2012

    Melbourne: Australia's Test and ODI captain Michael Clarke does not find the players' demands in an ongoing pay dispute with the Cricket Board to be unreasonable but is hopeful that the deadlock would be resolved soon. Australian Cricketers Association's Memorandum of Understanding with Cricket Australia expires on June 30 and the...
  • Disaster if pay deal doesn't work out: Bailey June 14, 2012

    Melbourne: Australia's Twenty20 captain George Bailey says it will be a "disaster" if the Cricket Australia (CA) and Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) fail to work out a new Memorandum of Understanding on payments, with the existing agreement set to expire on June 30. If a new MoU is not signed by...
  • Strike last option for Australian cricketers June 4, 2012

    Sydney: Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) chief executive Paul Marsh said a strike is the last option and the players would prefer to roll the existing pay agreement forward if a deal is not finalised by the end of the month. ACA and Cricket Australia have failed to resolve the issue of...
  • CA to reduce number of central contracts February 24, 2012

    Melbourne: Cricket Australia (CA) is planning to cut down the number of central contracts handed out to players as a part of its new Memorandum of Understanding with the players' association. Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland said on Friday that the new contract system will be performancebased and players will be...