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First Test a chance for fans to mourn Phillip Hughes, says Mark Taylor
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First Test a chance for fans to mourn Phillip Hughes, says Mar...

Former Australian cricket captain Mark Taylor says it will be ideal if next week's opening Test against India goes ahead in Brisbane so people can share in the mourning of Phillip Hughes. Taylor said Cricket Australia, of which he is director, will ... Sydney Morning Herald, 11 hours ago
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NZ, Pakistan halt Test to mourn Hughes

Play in the second day of the Test between New Zealand and Pakistan in Sharjah was called off as a mark of respect for Australian batsman Phillip Hughes. The 25-year-old died on Thursday, two days after being hit on the back of the head by a ...
 Yahoo!Xtra16 hours ago NZ offspinner Mark Craig's 7-94 helps bowl out Pakistan for 351 in 3rd test  Alaska Highway News18 minutes ago Cricket: Pakistan-N. Zealand play abandoned after Hughes death  Yahoo! India1 day ago FitzSimons: There can be light in the wake of Hughes' death hours ago

Mark Austin: The tragic death of Phillip Hughes will change so much

On cricket pitches the world over, from top class grounds to village greens to school playing fields there is almost always the same awful moment. The batsman plays too early or too late or top edges the ball or turns his back and there is that ...
 ITV.com39 minutes ago
New Zealand Herald

Cricket: Players take their hats off for Hughes

Images can be so much more powerful than words and it's hard to think of a more poignant mark of respect to the late Phil Hughes, than the Pakistanis and New Zealanders resting their respective green and black caps on their bats before the start of ...
 New Zealand Herald1 hour ago

India's practice match against CA XI cancelled to honour Hughes

The two-day tour match between the Cricket Australia (CA) XI and India was cancelled as a mark of respect for Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who died Thursday after being hit by a bouncer in a domestic first-class match."CA today advises that the two-day ...
 Prokerala22 hours ago Cricket matches called off for Hughes  Daily Telegraph Australia - North Shore7 hours ago Phillip Hughes: India vs Cricket Australia XI tour match cancelled as players mourn Hughes's death  ABC Online21 hours ago India match off after Hughes death  BBC22 hours ago
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Rugby pays tribute to Hughes

Australia's rugby team will wear black armbands against England at Twickenham on Saturday as a mark of respect following the tragic death of cricketer Phillip Hughes. Captain Michael Hooper said the Wallabies will be "thinking of Phil and his ...
 Sky Sports18 hours ago Wallabies to honour cricketer Hughes at Twickenham  News.net13 hours ago Wallabies to remember Hughes  AOL UK17 hours ago Australian rugby players mourn cricketer Hughes  Yahoo! Malaysia18 hours ago

Onus upon boards to decide fate of first Test: Gavaskar

PTI Phillip Hughes sad demise barely a week before the first India and Australia Test has put a question mark over the series opener and batting great Sunil Gavaskar feels the onus now is on the cricket boards of the two nations to decide whether to call off ...
 The Hindu16 hours ago Gavaskar feels India, Aus players not in right frame of mind for first Test  Rediff.com23 hours ago CA, BCCI need to decide fate of 1st Ind-OZ Test:Gavaskar  Deccan Herald1 day ago Hughes' Death Casts a Shadow Over India-Australia Match  Outlook1 day ago
Irish Independent

Hughes: Virus blowing through Stoke

:31:52 Stoke boss Mark Hughes has conceded his side are at the mercy of a virus that has swept through the training ground. The bug has already decimated the under-21 set-up, and although the club believed they had contained it, three senior ... hours ago 16:26Hughes: Virus blowing through Stoke  Irish Independent17 hours ago Hughes: Virus has hit Stoke  AOL UK16 hours ago

Mark Nicholas tells of the cricket world's 'shock' after the Phil Hughes incident

The former British cricketer described Hughes as 'modest and delightful' Speaking on the Today Show he said he had been contacted by shocked people in the cricket world fromEngland, South Africa and India Hughes, 25, is in a critical condition in an ...
 Capital Bay2 days ago 'I think cricketers' sense of mortality has been opened up wide here': Channel 9 commentator Mark Nicholas tells of the cricket world's 'shock' after the Phil Hughes incident  Capital Bay2 days ago Shocked players to be counselled following Hughes's nasty head blow  Rediff.com2 days ago Cricket world in shock over Phil Hughes's head injury  Rediff.com3 days ago

Opinion: Phillip Hughes made his mark in New Zealand

It's a mark of Phillip Hughes the man that no New Zealand cricket fan ever had cause to say a bad word against him. Given how much we've loved to hate (often unfairly) our trans-Tasman counterparts in recent times, it's an observation well worth ...
 ONE News14 hours ago Max Bania: Phillip Hughes made his mark in New Zealand  ONE News13 hours ago Phillip Hughes made his mark in New Zealand  ONE News14 hours ago
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