Steve Smith

MUMBAI: Former Australian cricketer captain Steve Smith has announced a new partnership with fan engagement and wellness company Stepathlon, to launch ‘Race for Australia with Smudge’.

Announcing the partnership, Smith said: “2020 shone a spotlight on the importance of our health and that of our families, friends, community and country. I am excited to partner with Stepathlon to encourage, empower and engage all Australians to take ownership of their health and wellbeing to build a healthier and happier nation.”

Nov 20, 2018 17:11
MELBOURNE: Cricket Australia ruled on Tuesday that Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft will all have to serve their full bans for ball-tampering.  CA announced its decision after reviewing a submission by the Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) to amend the sanctions against the trio.    
Oct 05, 2018 14:10
LAHORE: Former Australian captain Steve Smith and South Africa’s retired cricketer AB de Villiers headline the 14-member Platinum category of players for the 2019 Pakistan Super League (PSL) player draft. The duo will participate in the competition for the first time in their playing careers.
Jun 01, 2018 16:06
SYDNEY: Former Australian captain Steve Smith will be donating his entire playing fees from the upcoming Global T20 Canada league to the development of grassroots cricket in Canada and Australia, reports.  Smith was named one of the marquee players of the new T20 competition despite being banned for 12 months by Cricket Australia due to the ball-tampering incident in South Africa in March. 
Mar 28, 2018 17:03
MUMBAI: Senior Australian cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner will play no part in this year's Indian Premier League after being served one-year suspensions by Cricket Australia in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal.
Mar 28, 2018 13:03
MUMBAI: Even as the ball tampering fiasco in South Africa unravels and Cricket Australia sent captain Steve Smith, vice captain David Warner and Cameron Bancroft back home, South Korean home appliances giant LG Electronics - announced Wednesday that its current deal with the opening batsman, which was in its final weeks, would not be renewed.