The Brisbane Courier Mail has lifted its Stuart Broad ban a day after it vowed to abstain from using the England bowler's
And the 27-year-old could not resist a dig at the Courier, who have vowed not to mention his name in their publication, when
Stuart Broad was heckled and called a "w****r" by disgruntled Australians, but the England bowler's actions spoke loudest
Ashes fever is gripping Australia, and the Brisbane Courier Mail is still not ready to forgive Stuart Broad for failing to
Cricket is a game of fine margins, where outcomes can often come down to a matter of centimetres. Unfortunately for England selectors, that doesn't make the job of choosing the third seamer for the first Ashes Test any easier...
It's over four months since Stuart Broad's thick edge off Ashton Agar to Michael Clarke, and the England seamer's refusal
Bigger is better, at least in the minds of the England selectors. The squad for the return Ashes trip this winter - or their summer - includes four towering seam bowlers in Stuart Broad, Steven Finn, Chris Tremlett and the as-yet-uncapped Irishman Boyd Rankin.
England Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad declined to speak about the celebrations which followed the Test side's Ashestriumph
It ended, not with a match-saving century or a game-winning delivery, but with bad light casting a shadow over the 2013 Ashes. However, the two sides are a lot closer than the scoreline would have you believe, as reflected in the following combined XI of the teams' best players...
Australia batsman Shane Watson was struck by a vicious 88mph Stuart Broad delivery en route to his Ashes century at the Oval