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Hughes' brother scores symbolic 63
The older brother of Phillip Hughes returned to Sydney club cricket for the first time this weekend since the Australia batsman's death, scoring an appropriate 63. Read full article
Hughes' family thanks Australia in papers
Phillip Hughes' family has bought full pages in Sunday newspapers around Australia to thank the country for its support since the former test batsman's death more than two weeks ago. Read full article
Abbott back in groove with stunning spell
Sean Abbott, who delivered the ball that killed Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, proved he was back in the groove on Friday with a stunning 6-14 as New South Wales demolished Queensland. Read full article
Hafeez to undergo remedial work
Pakistan's suspended allrounder Mohammad Hafeez will be sent to Chennai in India for remedial work and tests on his bowling action. Read full article
Senanayake, Williamson cleared to bowl again
Banned spin duo Sachithra Senanayake and Kane Williamson have been cleared to bowl again after they remodelled their bowling action, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Tuesday. Read full article
Abbott takes two wickets on return to SCG
Australian paceman Sean Abbott took two for 53 for New South Wales on Tuesday as cricket returned to the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). Read full article
Pietersen still has hopes of test revenge over Aus
Kevin Pietersen has not given up hope of a return to test cricket and the chance to avenge the humiliating 5-0 defeat at the hands of Australia in the last Ashes series. Read full article
State funeral for Hughes cancelled
New South Wales state premier Mike Baird says a planned state funeral for fallen cricket star Phil Hughes has been called off. Read full article
Sean Abbott set to resume playing
ean Abbott, who delivered the ball that killed Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, is set to return to action after being named in the New South Wales squad on Monday. Read full article
NZ law assigns prison sentences for match fixing
New Zealand lawmakers have unanimously passed a bill which will give police increased powers to tackle match-fixing ahead of next year's Cricket World Cup. Read full article
'Spirit of cricket' on show as fans mourn loss of Hughes
Cricket fans gathered across Australia on Wednesday to mourn the death of batsman Phillip Hughes, a show of support described by Michael Clarke as the "spirit of cricket that binds us all together". Read full article
Clarke's haunting tribute to Hughes
Australia captain Michael Clarke urged mourners to "dig in and get through to tea" as he choked back tears in an emotional eulogy for Phillip Hughes at the cricketer's funeral on Wednesday. Read full article
Small town at standstill for Hughes' funeral
Cricket bats stood silent sentry outside schools and homes as the small Australian town of Macksville came to a standstill on Wednesday for the funeral of Phillip Hughes. Read full article
Emotional farewell for Hughes
Cricketing luminaries bid an emotional farewell to Phillip Hughes at a funeral service held in his home town on Wednesday. Read full article
Don't ban bouncers - Sehwag
Banning bouncers following the death of Australia's Phillip Hughes would be unfair on bowlers because batsmen always have the option of ducking under short-pitched deliveries. Read full article
Mourners converge on Macksville
Mourners, led by Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke, are converging on the small rural town of Macksville ahead of Wednesday's funeral service for Phillip Hughes. Read full article
Clampdown on bouncers unlikely - ICC
A clampdown down on bouncers is unlikely despite the death of Australian Phillip Hughes this week, International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson said on Sunday. Read full article
Clarke pens birthday tribute to 'little brother' Hughes
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke wrote a moving birthday tribute to Phillip Hughes Sunday, calling him the brother he never had as players continued to grieve over his death. Read full article
Israeli umpire dies after ball strikes head
An umpire and former captain of Israel's national cricket team died on Saturday after being hit by a ball, just two days after the death of Phillip Hughes. Read full article
Clarke breaks down giving Hughes tribute
Captain Michael Clarke gave a graphic illustration of the raw emotions of the Australia team when he broke down repeatedly while paying tribute to former teammate Phillip Hughes on Saturday. Read full article
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