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Hinds: Terrifying blast from the past

Hinds: Terrifying blast from the past

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, 1 day ago

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Tendulkar, Waugh to receive Bradman honours

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 News2 months ago Sachin Tendulkar to visit Bradman Museum  ThatsCricket4 weeks ago Sachin Tendulkar Named a Bradman Honoree  India-West2 months ago Sachin Tendulkar reconnects with Sir Don Bradman  PardaPhash2 months ago
Abu Dhabi National

Australia's Mitchell Johnson must continue growing as a bowler to reach greatness

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 National4 weeks ago
New Zealand Herald

Cricket needs to address bouncers

In a sporting world that matched its avalanche of sharing and caring PR, the cricket bouncer would have been banned long ago as an act of violence with potential consequences too horrifying. The essence and attraction of sport though is that it ...
 New Zealand Herald1 hour ago Hughs injury will force cricket to address bouncers  New Zealand Herald2 hours ago Chris Rattue: Hughes' injury will force cricket to address bouncers  New Zealand Herald40 minutes ago
Melbourne Age

Players urged to use safer helmets

If one good thing is to come from something horrific, a leading helmet manufacturer hopes it is that cricketers will be persuaded to embrace a back-to-the-future design that better protects the base of their skull. The life-threatening injury to ...
 Melbourne Age9 hours ago Players reluctant to use top helmets: maker  Sydney Morning Herald10 hours ago Players reluctant to use best-available helmets, maker says  Macleay Argus15 hours ago

Abuse claims must not go untested

Defence abuse report 2:49 Play video A staggering failing by our military bosses has been exposed by a new report that confirms there are still more than a thousand bullies and sexual predators serving in our armed forces TEN 26 Nov 2014 News THE ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail9 hours ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Facing fear is part of the game of cricket

Fear is not an omnipresent thing in the game of cricket. Unlike football, where the clash of bodies is a constant factor in the game, cricket's physical challenge for batsmen comes and goes according to who you play against. But there is often a ...
 Sydney Morning Herald9 hours ago Facing the fear, it's at the heart of the game  Canberra Times16 hours ago Facing the fear, it's why we love cricket  WA Today16 hours ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Cricketers mostly ignore risk but sometimes, as Phil Hughes found, it comes looking for you

The Australian cricketer Philip Hughes was batting himself into contention to be selected for next month's Test match between India and Australia. At 63 not out and batting nicely, he attempted a hook shot against the fast-medium bowler Sean Abbott ...
 New Statesman10 hours ago A reminder of cricket's dangers  Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago 'A cricket ball is a lethal missile'  Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago Phil Hughes incident reminds us that cricket is a dangerous game  WA Today1 day ago

Reed: Bouncer ban too extreme

NO DOUBT about it: the bouncer — as deployed by any competent fast bowler — is a dangerous delivery. Tragically, that was brought into sharp focus when Phillip Hughes was hit in the head by one from promising NSW player Sean Abbott, with ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central13 hours ago
Canberra Times

The Ashes rivalry forgotten

Return to video Video settings Please Log in to update your video settings Video will begin in 5 seconds. Don't play Play now More video Recommended Phillip Hughes undergoing scans Cricket injuries over the decades Phillip Hughes remains critical ...
 Canberra Times13 hours ago Ashes Rivalry Forgotten When You Witness Such a Tragedy  New Indian Express19 hours ago Phillip Hughes injury unites the cricket world  Melbourne Age20 hours ago Ashes rivalry forgotten in wake of Phil Hughes injury  Canberra Times1 day ago
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