Monthly Archives: November 2014

Cricket NSW calls on community to remember Phillip Hughes

Cricket NSW Chief Executive Andrew Jones today asked clubs and players across the State to remember Phillip Hughes this weekend. “Phillip passed away playing a game he loved and this … More »

400 people made the journey to Bradman Oval to celebrate the life of Australia’s youngest ever male captain, Ian Craig OAM. Moving tributes from family members including his younger brother … More »

PHILLIP HUGHES FUNERAL TO TAKE PLACE ON

The Hughes family has confirmed funeral arrangements for their son Phillip. The funeral will take place at 2.00pm on Wednesday 3 December in the Hughes family’s home town of Macksville … More »

Australian cricket mourns the passing of Phillip Hughes

Cricket Australia Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland has expressed the game’s devastation at the passing of Phillip Hughes today aged 25. “The word tragedy gets used far too often in … More »

Day Two of Sydney Grade Round Five matches cancelled

The Sydney Cricket Association’s Committee of Management has made the decision to abandon play on day two (November 29) of all Round Five Sydney Grade matches, from First Grade through … More »

CRICKET NSW MOURNS THE PASSING OF PHILLIP HUGHES

Cricket NSW Chairman John Warn and Chief Executive Andrew Jones have expressed their deepest sympathy to the Hughes family following the tragic death of Phillip Hughes today aged 25. “The … More »

STATEMENT FROM MACKSVILLE COMMUNITY

The following is a joint Media Release from Macksville Ex Services Junior Cricket Club, Nambucca Valley Shire Council and Bowraville Rugby League. The family and friends, the local cricket community … More »

Vale Phillip Joel Hughes b. 30 Nov 1988 – d. 27 Nov 2014

The Bradman Foundation extends its deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Phillip Hughes, champion NSW, South Australian and Australian batsman, who has passed away as a result of … More »

Australian Cricket Unveils New Vision to Engage Australia’s Diverse Communities

To coincide with Social Inclusion Week (22-30 November 2014) Australian Cricket will unveil its renewed vision for ensuring Australia’s favourite sport is a sport for all Australians. A week-long recognition … More »

MARK WAUGH SELECTS HAMEED KHERKHAH AS THUNDER COMMUNITY ROOKIE

Afghan refugee Hameed Kherkhah has been chosen by the Governor of the Thunder Nation, Mark Waugh, as the Sydney Thunder’s Community Rookie for BBL04. Kherkhah, 24, is an off-spinner who … More »

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