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Phillip

Hughes

Batsman

Bats Left Hand

Did you know?

Hughes’s passion was breeding Angus cattle at his family’s property in Macksville, New South Wales under the name Four O Eight Angus (after his Test cap number 408).

Batsman

Bats Left Hand

AGE
25
HEIGHT
170CM
BORN

Macksville

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

SA

SA
LOCAL CLUB

East Torrens

Warner kisses the turf on 63

The score 63 not out continues to resonate with the Australian cricket team, particular David Warner, who knelt to kiss the spot where Phillip Hughes fell when he equalled the late batsman's unbeaten SCG score


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Clarke's stirring Phillip Hughes tribute

Michael Clarke pays a special tribute to his fallen 'little brother' Phillip Hughes to mark the opening of the 2015 Sydney Test


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'We're putting on a brave face'

David Warner speaks candidly about the emotion of playing this week at the Sydney Cricket Ground, with memories of the late Phillip Hughes still fresh in the players' minds


Hughes tributes stir Australian emotions

The SCG was an emotion-charged arena to start the fourth Test as the fallen batsman was honoured


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Warner haunted by Hughes memories

A painful thumb injury is of little concern as he confronts emotions stirred by an SCG return


Phillip Hughes will never be forgotten // Getty Images

Everest tribute for cricketer Hughes

Nepal cricket association plans tribute as CA moves to trademark '63 not out'