David Warner to continue self-imposed booze ban
David Warner to continue self-imposed booze ban

 London, Aug 29 (IANS) Australian opening batsman David Warner will continue to enforce a self-imposed booze ban during his team's limited overs cricket series against England, but said he would have ended it to celebrate if Australia had won the Ashes.

Australian summer continues in Indian Premier League 2015

It's probably the best time to be an Australian cricketer. After lifting the World Cup trophy in their own backyard, many of them are leading the charge of their respective franchises in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Phil Hughes' bat, jerseys head to Mount Everest
Phil Hughes' bat, jerseys head to Mount Everest

Chhurim Sherpa began her journey for a third ascent to Mount Everest on Sunday but this time some odd items were also part of her climbing gear.

Aussie media lavish tributes on Richie Benaud
Aussie media lavish tributes on Richie Benaud

Australia`s media reflected on the life of cricket great and esteemed broadcaster Richie Benaud in effusive tributes on Saturday.

Josh Hazlewood withdraws from Indian Premier League
Josh Hazlewood withdraws from Indian Premier League

Australia's World Cup winning pace bowler Josh Hazlewood has opted out of the 2015 edition of the Indian Premier League. According to reports, the 24-year-old has taken the decision to leave the cash-rich league to give himself enough chance to play in the summer's Ashes series and Frank Worrell Trophy in the winter.

Australian player hit on head, survives after brief unconsciousness
Australian player hit on head, survives after brief unconsciousness

Bringing back memories of the tragic death of Philip Hughes in November last, an Australian cricketer Daniel Hughes was left unconscious briefly after being hit by an almost identical bouncer on his neck during a first grade match but fortunately escaped unscathed, local media reported.

Shane Warne becomes Superman on New Year's Eve
Shane Warne becomes Superman on New Year's Eve

There is never a dull moment in Shane Warne's life. On New Year's Eve, the legendary leg-spinner turned up as Superman with other fellow comic book stars.

Phillip Hughes final touching text to best friend was 'love you, miss you'
Phillip Hughes final touching text to best friend was 'love you, miss you'

Australian batsman Phillip Hughes's best friend has revealed that she received a final touching message from the cricketer shortly before his shocking passing.

Thousands bids tearful adieu to cricketer Phil Hughes

Cricketing luminaries bid an emotional farewell to Phillip Hughes at a funeral service held in his home town Wednesday, as Australia stopped to remember the popular batsman whose death from a freak injury sent shockwaves through the sport.

DNA: Michael Clarke breaks down at Phil Hughes' funeral

Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke broke down in tears as he paid tribute to friend and team-mate Phillip Hughes at the batsman's funeral.

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'Cattle-loving' Phillip Hughes wanted to sell 200 bulls a year post retirement
'Cattle-loving' Phillip Hughes wanted to sell 200 bulls a year post retirement

As family, friends, former teammates and cricket greats gathered in thousands at Macksville on Wednesday for late batsman Phillip Hughes' funeral, his close friend Corey Ireland delivered a heart-melting tribute explaining that his cattle-loving late friend wanted to sell 200 bulls a year.

Phillip Hughes: Selected eulogies, tributes
Phillip Hughes: Selected eulogies, tributes

Selected quotes from eulogies and tributes to Phillip Hughes on Wednesday as Australia bid farewell to the cricketer at his funeral in his hometown of Macksville, New South Wales.

World mourns Phillip Hughes on birthday

Phillips Hughes, who would have turned 26 on Sunday, died two days after he was knocked unconscious by a bouncer while batting in a domestic match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Virat Kohli, Ravi Shastri, Duncan Fletcher to attend funeral of Phillip Hughes
Virat Kohli, Ravi Shastri, Duncan Fletcher to attend funeral of Phillip Hughes

Stand-in skipper of the Indian team Virat Kohli will attend the funeral of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes on Wednesday.

Bouncer should not be outlawed: Allan Donald
Bouncer should not be outlawed: Allan Donald

South African pace legend Allan Donald has called on cricket bosses not to consider banning bouncers as they revisit safety in the sport in the wake of the tragic death of Australian cricketer Philip Hughes.

Helmets have made batsmen feel too safe, says Geoff Boycott
Helmets have made batsmen feel too safe, says Geoff Boycott

 Helmets have given a false sense of security to batsmen, who no longer have the necessary technique to deal with fast bowling, according to former England opener Geoff Boycott.

No amount of `prancing` can save a player once he`s shown his `fear`: Steve Waugh

Former Australian captain Steve Waugh has said that no amount of `prancing, preening or dialogue` can rescue a `fearful` cricketer once he has shown his vulnerability in the confined space of a cricket ground.

Wade says `too green` pitches, not BBL, responsible for Oz batting woes

Australian cricketer Matthew Wade has blamed the introduction of too many green pitches, instead of Cricket Australia`s emphasis on promoting the Twenty20 Big Bash League, as responsible for the batting woes of the team in the Ashes.

Aussie cricketers having a ball in Chandigarh

The Australian cricket teams, here to play the third Test against India in Mohali March 14-18, are having a ball.

Hughes says would be melancholy duty replacing ‘idol’ Ponting in Oz Test team

Phil Hughes has said it would be a melancholy duty replacing his idol Ricky Ponting in the Australian Test team if he is given a chance by the national selectors against Sri Lanka.