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Here's why Michael Clarke thinks he should have retired after Phillip Hughes died
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Here's why Michael Clarke thinks he should have retired after ...

Hughes, who played 26 Tests, died from bleeding on the brain in November 2014 after being hit on the neck by a rising ball while batting in a domestic match at the Sydney Cricket Ground. DNA, 1 week ago
Wanted to retire after Hughes' death: Clarke Deccan Herald, 1 week ago

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Australian players pay tribute to Hughes on his death anniversary

Australian cricket team on Monday paid tribute to former opener Phillip Hughes on his third death anniversary.Remembering their former teammate, the Australian players wore black armbands on the final day of the opening Ashes Test, which was eventually won by ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Australian players pay tribute to Phil Hughes on 3rd death anniversary  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Bangladeshi boy dies at 17 after being hit by cricket ball

The incident comes three years after the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes in similar circumstances.
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England's Barmy Army gets a bit of local help in Adelaide

IMAGE: Journalist Cate McGregor sings in the Barmy Army during day four of the Second Test match at the Adelaide Oval on Tuesday. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images England's Barmy Army of cricket fans had a little bit of local help this week in Adelaide as they tried, fruitlessly as it turned out in the end, to cheer their team to victory in the second Ashes Test. The rowdy but good-humoured camp followers have become a fixture on all England cricket tours over the last couple of decades ...
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Ashes 2017-18: Anderson scared of Australia's 'dangerous' bowling in Gabba?

'I don't know what constitutes dangerous bowling. It's the umpire's personal take on it.' IMAGE: England's Stuart Broad and James Anderson exchange words with Australia Steve Smith during the first Ashes Test in Brisbane. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images England paceman James Anderson raised concerns about potentially 'dangerous' short-pitched bowling at the tourists' tail-enders during the first Ashes Test, but his captain Joe Root said the lower order would just need to learn to 'deal ...
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