SYDNEY: Sean Abbott, the Australian fast bowler who delivered the ball that killed Phillip Hughes, has made a remarkable return to cricket, helping New South Wales beat Queensland on Friday.
SYDNEY: Sean Abbott, who delivered the ball that killed Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, is set to resume his career after being named Monday in the New South Wales squad.
Sean Abbott alone will decide whether he wants to return to first class cricket at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday, two weeks after his short-pitched delivery felled Phillip Hughes at the same wicket, according to his state team.
SYDNEY: Cricket bats were pictured leaning against front doors, stadiums and statues on Friday as the spontaneous #putoutyourbats tribute to fallen batsman Phillip Hughes went viral.
LONDON: Former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis questioned whether Sean Abbott would continue in cricket after delivering the ball that led to the death on Thursday of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes.
SYDNEY: Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes remains in critical condition and will have more scans on Wednesday after undergoing emergency surgery to relieve pressure on his brain at a Sydney hospital.
SYDNEY: Former Australia batsman Phillip Hughes was rushed to a Sydney hospital in critical condition on Tuesday after being struck by a short delivery when batting for South Australia in a Sheffield Shield match.
SHARJAH: A century by Steven Smith and three wicket haul by Mitchell Johnson helped Australia crush Pakistan by 93 runs in the first one day international at Sharjah on Tuesday, ARY News reports.
DUBAI: A half century by Australian batsman David Warner helped his side clinch a six wicket win over Pakistan in their only Twenty20 International at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai on Sunday, ARY News reports.
DUBAI: Australia requires 97 runs to win the Twenty20 match against Pakistan as the green shirts could only put up 96/9 on the scoreboard in their 20 overs at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday, ARY News reports.