George Bailey has retained his place in the Australian side for the second...
England are yet to name a side for Thursday's second Commonwealth Bank Ash...
Former Test paceman Brett Lee was today announced as captain of the Prime ...
Big performances were on show in the U19M National Championships yesterday...
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Having waited so long for his chance to replace Adam Gilchrist behind the stumps, Brad Haddin was never going to slip quietly into the background when replaced as ‘keeper after the 2011-12 home series against India.
Not only was the the veteran, by then aged 35, drafted back in to add stability to Australia’s middle-order, he was installed as vice-captain to further confirm the value placed on his experience and combativeness. A fierce competitor, he would doubtless concede that his 2013 Ashes batting return was not his most flattering with just one score in excess of 50.
However, he did set a new benchmark for the number of catches accepted by a wicketkeeper in an Ashes series (29) which confirms his principal role within the Test team remains undiminished even though it was way back in 2001 when he made his international debut in Australian colours.
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New pitch, same old tricks
04 Dec 13
Johnson’s never bowled faster: Haddin
03 Dec 13
24 Nov 13
Brad Haddin speaks to Ian Healy following Australia's 381 win at the Gabba.
23 Nov 13
Brad Haddin scores his second half-century of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Brad Haddin smashes Chris Tremlett straight to Jimmy Anderson at mid-off.
Brad Haddin notches milestone
22 Nov 13
Brad Haddin talks to former Australian captain, Mark Taylor, about his career, wicket-keeping and overcoming adversities.
Johnson and Harris have a scalp each to their name, after Haddin fell just short of his century.
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