Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee delivers a bouncer to Viv Richards. Source: News Corp Australia YOUVE seen the picture of Viv Richards hooking Dennis Lillee off his eyebrows. A cap protects his head from the sun but not the ball. In happier ... Brisbane Courier-Mail, 3 days ago
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Great fast bowlers find a way to adjust after injuries, like Dennis Lillee did after his back gave way. They learn to eke out careers on surfaces that give them nothing, like Imran Khan and Wasim Akram did. They find a way to thrive in countries ...Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago
Past honorees include Lillee and Mark Taylor Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar's tryst with Australia and The Don continues as the legendary batsman will be inducted as a Bradman Honouree along with former Test captain Steve Waugh at a gala dinner in Sydney ...Gulf News, 2 months ago Sachin Tendulkar to visit Bradman Museum ThatsCricket, 4 weeks ago Sachin Tendulkar Named a Bradman Honoree India-West, 2 months ago Sachin Tendulkar reconnects with Sir Don Bradman PardaPhash, 2 months ago
JEFF Thomson first learnt about the cruel randomness of life and death in cricket in a stuffy Perth dressing room 39 years ago. Just as the cricket world mourned the loss of Phil Hughes this week, Thomson, the fast bowling cyclone of the 1970s and ...FoxSports.com.au, 1 hour ago
Phillip Hughes' career in pictures The television footage has grown ever more shocking given what happened subsequently. We pick up the action as a short, sharp ball no different from 1,000 sent down cricket pitches across the world every day ...MSN UK, 2 hours ago Like the rest of our sportsmen, Phillip Hughes was built up as superhuman... but he was cut down by a random, brutal blow Capital Bay, 15 hours ago Phillip Hughes demise is a tragedy but cricket is still a safe game Firstpost.com, 1 day ago Phillip Hughes death is tragic but cricket is still a safe game Firstpost.com, 1 day ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- INFOGRAPHIC SLIDESHOW TOPICS He oscillated between life and death, not really scared but certainly mighty relieved when he returned to the cricket field with the bat in hand, and, of course, the helmet ...The Hindu, 20 hours ago
Tragedy brings reflection, and the death of Phillip Hughes from a short-pitched ball during a cricket match in Sydney makes the following example strikingly strident. Promotional literature for an Australian men's magazine posed this question this ...Miami Herald, 5 hours ago
Former England captain Andrew Strauss believes the game of cricket has never been safer, despite the death of Phillip Hughes. Hughes died on Thursday at the age of 25, just two days after being struck on the head by a bouncer while batting for ...Sky Sports, 4 hours ago
Bouncers should be outlawed immediately in cricket. They should have been banned long ago, and bowlers should not even have been allowed a maximum of two per over, but it's still not too late. The death of Phil Hughes is a massive wake-up call. ...Economic Times, 6 hours ago Cricket isn't worth dying for: Banni bouncers that's the only way to prevent tragedies like Phil Hughes's death Economic Times, 8 hours ago Cricket isn't worth dying for: Ban bouncers that's the only way to prevent tragedies like Phil Hughes's death Economic Times, 8 hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- INFOGRAPHIC SLIDESHOW TOPICS What an irony! Accustomed to taking on the fast bowlers, Phil Hughes, 25, fell victim to a delivery that did not quite have the pace he had anticipated. He swung and missed, ...The Hindu, 20 hours ago
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