Dec 10, 1:55 pm London, Dec 10 ( ANI ): Former England Test player turned commentator Mike Selvey claims that cricket is not a game that needs to be sanitized or changed, but he feels that from the tragedy of Australian batsman Phillip ... Ani News, 1 week ago
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THE UK press has gone to town on the England Cricket Board and coach Peter Moores over the decision to sack Alastair Cook as one-day captain - for a variety of reasons. After a run of dire form in the ODI arena, during which he had not passed 50 in ...FoxSports.com.au, 17 hours ago
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One minute Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes was in his happy place, batting for South Australia in the Sheffield Shield at Sydney Cricket Ground, 63 not out; the next, hed keeled forward onto the pitch, after having been hit by a bouncer . Two ...The Wireless, 2 weeks ago Short bowling in state of flux as eyes turn to Gabba Canberra Times, 3 weeks ago Phillip Hughes' death puts short bowling in state of flux as eyes turn to Gabba WA Today, 3 weeks ago Phillip Hughes death - how the world reacted BBC, 3 weeks ago
Huw Richards, Nov, 30, 2014, New York Times News Service: While it is better to be well-guarded, even the best equipment can't guarantee foolproof protection First comes the shock — and Phillip Hughes’s death has reverberated more widely ...Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Reuters It was Michael Clarke who read the Hughes family's message to the world, thanking the players, Cricket Australia and the general public for the support through a difficult time. INFOGRAPHIC ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Cricket commentators across the globe have sent support to injured batsman Phillip Hughes while also bringing the safety of the game into question. Hughes, who suffered a serious head injury when struck by a bouncer on Tuesday while playing for ...Canberra Times, 3 weeks ago Cricket commentators raise questions about safety in wake of Phillip Hughes' injury WA Today, 3 weeks ago
Kevin Pietersen feels, rightly, that he's too good for the run-of-the-mill, and preserves his spark for special occasions. Source: C.L.R. James wrote that "a really great batsman is to me as strange a human as a man seven feet tall or a man I once ...The Australian, 4 weeks ago
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