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Canberra Times: Phillip Hughes in action during the third Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo in 2011. Photo: Reuters A memorial event at the Sydney Cricket Ground has been announced, flowers are being left at Lord's in England and cricket lovers have placed their bats by their...
The Australian: 7.54am: Tributes are continuing around the world. Play was called off on the second day of the third Test between Pakistan and New Zealand in Sharjah, with some players described as distraught. An image of a smiling Hughes adorned the electronic scoreboard in...
The Independent: He will for ever be 63 not out. For as long as the game is played Phillip Hughes’ tragic final innings will resonate. In the mind’s eye Phil will stroll down the pavilion steps again any moment, saunter to the middle, take his guard, roll his gum around his...
The Times of India: Australian batsman Phillip Hughes on Thursday became the first international cricketer to die from an injury suffered while batting, plunging the cricketing world into mourning and sparking a debate on how to make the game safer. The 25-year-old Hughes, who...
Times Union: Phillip Hughes won admirers across the cricket spectrum, from the most elite players to the everyday fan for an unorthodox batting style honed on the family banana plantation and a never-give-in attitude despite being dropped a handful of times from...
Otago Daily Times: The cricketing world halted overnight to pay tribute to one of its own following the tragic death of young Australian batsman Phillip Hughes. Hughes, 25, was struck by a bouncer during a domestic first-class match at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday. While...
Otago Daily Times: Play on the second day of the third test between New Zealand and Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates was abandoned tonight because of the death of...
Newsday: Add comment Reprints + - advertisement | advertise on newsday Phillip Hughes won admirers across the cricket spectrum, from the most elite players to the everyday fan for an unorthodox batting style honed on the family banana plantation and a never-give-in...
Deccan Herald: The shocking death of batsman Phillip Hughes on Thursday has cast doubts on whether the first Test between Australia...
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Gulf News: It was at the UAE venues that Hughes played his last few innings...
Dawn: Pakistan Television completed its 50 years on November 26. This is the time to say thank you to PTV. PTV began its journey from Lahore in 1964, with a staff of 30 people. It started with black and white transmission in the good old days when having a...
The Australian: THE loss of the young man with the ready smile and flashing cut shot has been felt across the world. Politicians, friends, stars and fans around the globe remembered cricketer Phillip Hughes, whose life was cut short just days before his 26th birthday. Tony...
Orange News: Jason Gillespie says cricket “feels” for Sean Abbott following the tragic death of Phillip Hughes. Abbott bowled the ball which hit Hughes on the neck during a Sheffield Shield game between New South Wales and South Australia on Tuesday and...