Posts Tagged "Brad Haddin"
The more Stuart Broad and his England teammates say Adelaide isn’t a must-win game for them, the more it appears that it is.
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The three most maligned cricketers in Australia – David Warner, Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson – have the baggy greens in an unassailable position at the Gabba in the first Ashes Test.
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Brad Haddin has labelled former Test coach Mickey Arthur “insecure” and accused him of setting the Australian team back in its progress.
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Love him or loathe him, Brad Haddin’s place in the Australian Test team has become one of its most contentious issues.
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Brad Haddin is the poster child of the Australian team’s flawed attempts at rebuilding.
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As Brad Haddin moves into his late 30s, it’s time to be thinking about the next Australian wicketkeeper.
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Matthew Wade’s poor form has opened the door for Tim Paine and Chris Hartley to pinch his spot as the backup keeper for the Ashes.
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Stand-in NSW skipper Brad Haddin says the controversial new format for the domestic one-day cricket competition is outstanding, but concedes interstate teams are unlikely to share his enthusiasm. All 20 matches between the six teams in the competition, starting this weekend, will be crammed into four weeks and played at five Sydney suburban venues. “I […]
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The wicket-keeper. They are of great importance in any cricket team. A great keeper can build pressure with close dismissals and threaten the batsmen while also having a mental edge on a batsmen.
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Australia’s batsmen let the team down with poor performances from the top order during the Ashes series England won 3-0.
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Australian vice-captain Brad Haddin has accused umpires of cracking under pressure this Ashes series.
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Veteran wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is a chance to break Rod Marsh’s world record for most dismissals in a series and has expressed a desire to play on until the 2015 World Cup.
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The current Ashes series has shown a majority of the current Australian players as either being out of their depth or among the highest class in the game.
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I don’t know. I just don’t know. What do I feel after the Fourth Test? The devastation of the game is keener, more painful than any of the previous ones.
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So the third Test has come and gone. It has seen a dramatic improvement by Australia in a game where ultimately they have been robbed of winning thanks to old Mother Nature.
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So, with the Ashes series on a mini sabbatical and the attention turning to warm-up games, I thought it would be a good time to do a quick run down on the first two Tests and come up with a combined XI.
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Brilliant Ashes Test, just captivating. Trent Bridge will live long in the memory and might put to rest the notion that Test cricket is somehow the poor cousin of 20-20.
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Australia were narrowly defeated in the first Ashes Test, with the reinstated Brad Haddin (35) the almost-hero with a gusty innings.
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The shadows of Edgbaston loomed large over Trent Bridge cricket ground on Saturday.
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I really like the way the Aussies are going about their business since the appointment of Darren ‘Boof’ Lehman as the head coach.
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