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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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Warner explodes into top 15
10 Dec 13
09 Dec 13
Behind centuries from Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin, and a lethal display of fast bowling from Mitch Johnson, Australia wrapped up the second Ashes test in Adelaide early on day five.
Australian players chat to WWOS after their emphatic 218 run win in the second Ashes test.
‘I thought I’d never play again’: Haddin
08 Dec 13
Brad Haddin tells Brett Lee about his fears of never returning to the Australian side.
Johnson was on fire: Haddin
06 Dec 13
Haddin finds solace in second coming
Australia has England on the ropes after day two with centuries to Clarke and Haddin and an early breakthrough for Johnson proving decisive.
CricketAus RT @waca_cricket: England are in the nets this afternoon. We think they'll need the practice to deal with WA's own @MitchJohnson398! http:/…
CricketAus @G_Bobby13 Yeah pretty warm! #Ashes #oven
CricketAus Plenty of people asking about the fitness of Bird, Cummins, Pattinson and Starc. Here's an update: http://t.co/XN9fRXmY2c
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