Phil Hughes

In memory of the talented Australian batsman who tragically left us all too soon #63notout
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Phil Hughes of Australia hits the ball during day one of the Second Test match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Melbourne Cricket Ground on 26 Dec 2012

Phil Hughes of Australia hits the ball during day one of the Second Test match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Melbourne Cricket Ground on 26 Dec 2012

Philip Hughes walks back after being dismissed, India v Australia, 3rd Test, Mohali, 2nd day, March 15, 2013

Philip Hughes walks back after being dismissed, India v Australia, 3rd Test, Mohali, 2nd day, March 15, 2013

Congrats to Phil Hughes on his return to #Test cricket. He tops the #BupaSS batsmen with 518 runs @ 51.80 #AUSvSL

Congrats to Phil Hughes on his return to #Test cricket. He tops the #BupaSS batsmen with 518 runs @ 51.80 #AUSvSL

Philip Hughes Sudden Death During Cricket Match

Philip Hughes Sudden Death During Cricket Match

Phil Hughes Australian Cricketer His family have. Banana Farm

Phil Hughes Australian Cricketer His family have. Banana Farm

Philip Hughes. RIP. Too shocking for words

Philip Hughes. RIP. Too shocking for words

Phil Hughes raises his bat after notching a half-century

Phil Hughes raises his bat after notching a half-century

Congrats to Ashton Agar (98) & Phil Hughes (81no) on posting the highest ever #Test partnership for a 10th-wicket stand! 163 to hand Australia a 65-run lead!

Congrats to Ashton Agar (98) & Phil Hughes (81no) on posting the highest ever #Test partnership for a 10th-wicket stand! 163 to hand Australia a 65-run lead!


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Congrats to Phil Hughes on his return to #Test cricket. He tops the #BupaSS batsmen with 518 runs @ 51.80 #AUSvSL

Congrats to Phil Hughes on his return to #Test cricket. He tops the #BupaSS batsmen with 518 runs @ 51.80 #AUSvSL

Phil Hughes of Australia slides to save a boundary.

Phil Hughes of Australia slides to save a boundary.

Melbourne @Melbourne Renegades opener @AaronFinch5 celebrates after blasting an unbeaten 111 off 65 balls #BBL

Melbourne @Melbourne Renegades opener @AaronFinch5 celebrates after blasting an unbeaten 111 off 65 balls #BBL

Ian Botham. From the days when you could still be a buccaneer and play at the highest level.

Ian Botham. From the days when you could still be a buccaneer and play at the highest level.

On this day (August 7) in 2005, the world was treated to one of the most iconic and poignant images in cricket from probably the most memorable Test match in the long and storied history of the game. Shown here, Andrew Flintoff consoling Brett Lee after England took the final wicket to win on a nail-biting fourth day at Edgbaston of the second Test against Australia.

On this day (August 7) in 2005, the world was treated to one of the most iconic and poignant images in cricket from probably the most memorable Test match in the long and storied history of the game. Shown here, Andrew Flintoff consoling Brett Lee after England took the final wicket to win on a nail-biting fourth day at Edgbaston of the second Test against Australia.

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River Trent, Trent Bridge, City Ground and West Bridgford, Nottingham.

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River Trent, Trent Bridge, City Ground and West Bridgford, Nottingham.

An unsteady Andrew Flintoff heads towards No. 10 Downing Street , helped by Kevin Pietersen

An unsteady Andrew Flintoff heads towards No. 10 Downing Street , helped by Kevin Pietersen

England's Ian Bell is run out despite diving for his ground. England win the Ashes 3-0 against the old foe, Australia.

Day in pictures: 26 August 2013

England's Ian Bell is run out despite diving for his ground. England win the Ashes 3-0 against the old foe, Australia.

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