Ashes Cricket 2009

The Ashes, the most exciting and thrilling confrontation in international cricket, will be brought to game screens this July as Codemasters will publish Ashes Cricket 2009 as the official game of this year’s tournament for the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft® and PC; a Nintendo Wii version will be released later in the year.


Licensed by Cricket Australia, the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board) and the MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club,. Official players, kit, stadia from England and Australia. Recognisable player models. 23 players in each countries squad with different squads for Tests, ODIs and Twenty20. Unlicensed teams from other countries. Ashes Cricket 2009. by Transmission Games. Total downloads:2,156 (1 last week). Latest version:

Report incorrect info. There was a download of Ashes Cricket 2009 on the developer's website when we last checked. We cannot confirm if there is a free download of this software available. The most popular version of the tool 1.0. Ashes Cricket 2009 lies within Games, more precisely Sports. This software is an intellectual property of Transmission Games. We recommend checking the downloaded files with any free antivirus. The program's installer files are commonly found as Ashes Cricket 2009.exe, Cricket2009_2.exe, Cricket20091.exe, Cricket2009.exe or Cricket2009 1.exe etc.

This PC program is suitable for 32-bit versions of Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10. The tool is sometimes distributed under different names, such as "Ashes Cricket". From the developer:. Ashes Cricket 2009 , is a Cricket sports game developed by Transmission Games and published by Codemasters in the UK and by Atari in Australia. It has released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii and Microsoft Windows.

The PS3, Xbox 360 and Windows versions were developed by Transmission Games. You may want to check out more software, such as Cricket '97 Ashes Tour Edition, International Cricket Captain 2009 or International Cricket Captain 2010, which might be related to Ashes Cricket 2009.

Download Ashes Cricket 2009from developer's website. The 2009 Ashes series was that year's edition of the long-standing and storied cricket rivalry between England and Australia, and was part of the Australian cricket tour of England in 2009.

Starting on 8 July 2009, England and Australia played five Tests, with England winning the series 2–1. England thus reclaimed The Ashes from Australia, who had won the previous series in 2006–07. Andrew Strauss became just the second England captain in 20 years, alongside Michael Vaughan in 2005, to win the Ashes. Australia began the match needing only a draw to retain the Ashes, but an inspired bowling performance from Stuart Broad to remove Australia for just 160 runs, and a maiden Test century for Jonathan Trott in England's second innings left Australia chasing 546 with two days left to play.

An innings of 121 from Michael Hussey gave the Australians hope, but he gradually ran out of partners before losing his own wicket to give England a 197-run win in the match and a 2–1 series victory.[10].


  • Katherine Jenkins sings the Welsh national anthem before the start of the 2009 Ashes.
  • The 2009 Ashes series began with Australia leading by 31 series to 27, with five drawn series.
  • Australia had won nine of the last 10 Ashes series, including winning the most recent series 5–0 in 2006–07,[11] but the 2005 series, the last to be held in England, was won 2–1 by the home side.[12].
  • Australia's last two Test series before the Ashes were played against South Africa, the first in Australia and the second in South Africa.


  • Although South Africa won their tour series 2–1,[13] Australia recovered to win the return series by the same scoreline.[14].
  • Meanwhile, England warmed up for the 2009 Ashes with two Test series against the West Indies, the first in the West Indies and the second in England.
The first series comprised five matches and was won 1–0 by the West Indies,[15] but the second only included two Tests, England winning both.[16].