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Our man in Australia, Joe Drabble, is hoping for a New Year resolution to England's Ashes plight.
Joe Drabble blogs from Melbourne following Graeme Swann's shock decision to retire.
Our man Down Under Joe Drabble blogs on England's mission improbable in Perth.
Shark diving with Bumble and Nasser... it's been quite a couple of days for our man in Australia.
Joe Drabble blogs from Adelaide as England look to rebuild without Jonathan Trott.
Just like England, the Sky Sports golfers are on the ropes in Australia.
David Lloyd keeps Sky Sports in contention during first round of Ashes golf challenge at Royal Adelaide.
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