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Hughes 'a 100-Test player' - Clarke

Aug 13, 2014: Phillip Hughes is used to getting bad news from Australia's selectors, having been dropped from the Test team three times, but captain Michael Clarke believes Hughes will become a permanent fixture in Australia's side over the next decade

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Zimbabwe Triangular Series 2014

Lyon back in Australia's ODI squad

Aug 4, 2014: Offspinner Nathan Lyon has gone from Test specialist to World Cup contender after being named in Australia's squad for the one-day tri-series in Zimbabwe later this month

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Australia news

Clarke launches his own academy

Jul 31, 2014: Michael Clarke's short-term goals were made clear this week: regain the No.1 Test ranking after South Africa claimed it back on Monday. His long-term aims are somewhat more grandiose: help Australian cricket move in the right direction "for the next 10, 2

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Australia news

Marsh, Harris ruled out of Pakistan series

Jul 22, 2014: Batsman Shaun Marsh has been ruled out of Australia's next two tours with an elbow injury, while fast bowler Ryan Harris has also been officially declared unavailable for the series against Pakistan in the UAE

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Australia news

Australia could host winter Tests in 2017

Jul 9, 2014: Test cricket could return to far-northern Australia in 2017, with Bangladesh listed to visit for two Tests in August of that year, according to a draft of the new Future Tours Programme seen by ESPNcricinfo

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Big Bash League 2014-15

Clarke unavailable for Sydney Thunder

Jul 3, 2014: Michael Clarke has quit the Sydney Thunder due to Australia's hectic international summer schedule for this season

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Australia news

Pink balls could lead to 'very, very boring cricket'

Jun 30, 2014: Australia's cricketers have collectively called "dead ball" on the pink Kookaburras used in day-night Sheffield Shield matches last summer. Dead, that is, in the sense of being lifeless and dull

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Australia news

Day-night Test likely next year

Jun 30, 2014: Australia and New Zealand appear almost certain to play the first day-night Test with a pink ball next year, after discussions progressed between the two countries last week

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Player association news

Irish replaces Marsh as head of FICA

Jun 27, 2014: Tony Irish, the head of the South African Cricketers' Association, will become the major voice for players around the world after being named as Paul Marsh's replacement at the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (FICA)

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Australia news

Australia's summer schedule released

Jun 23, 2014: Cricket Australia has finalised an international season heavy on limited-overs cricket, with Adelaide losing its semi-traditional Australia Day match to Sydney

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Australia news

Jesse Ryder joins Melbourne Renegades

Jun 20, 2014: New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder will make his first appearance in the BBL this coming summer after signing with the Melbourne Renegades

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Pakistan v Australia 2014-15

Muralitharan joins Australia coaching staff

Jun 18, 2014: Australia have made a dramatic move in their attempts to improve their spin credentials in Asian conditions, hiring Muttiah Muralitharan as a coaching consultant for this year's Test series against Pakistan in the UAE

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Australia news

Bayliss to coach Australia against South Africa

Jun 16, 2014: New South Wales coach Trevor Bayliss will take charge of Australia's national team for the start of the home summer against South Africa in November

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Gary Gilmour 1951-2014

Gary Gilmour dies at 62

Jun 10, 2014: Gary Gilmour, the fast bowler who played 15 Tests for Australia and famously demolished England in the 1975 World Cup semi-final, has died at the age of 62

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Australia news

Australia want their own Indian soil

Jun 4, 2014: Cricket Australia has come up with a novel plan to improve the team's performance on Indian soil: import some of their own

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Australia news

Inverarity's hits and misses

May 2, 2014: After two and a half years in the job, John Inverarity has stood down as Australia's chairman of selectors. ESPNcricinfo presents a selection of his winning decisions, and some of those that didn't work out.

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Australia news

Marsh named new chairman of selectors

May 2, 2014: Rod Marsh has replaced John Inverarity as Australia's chairman of selectors in a significant shake-up of the panel that comes as the team sits on top of the world rankings in both Tests and ODIs

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ICC news

Australia reclaim No. 1 Test ranking

May 1, 2014: Australia have returned to the No. 1 Test ranking for the first time in nearly five years, after the ICC's annual rankings update

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Australia news

Cosgrove returns to South Australia

Apr 9, 2014: Batsman Mark Cosgrove will return to play for South Australia next summer, four years after he was axed by the state and subsequently moved to Tasmania

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Australia news

North retires from Australian cricket

Apr 3, 2014: Former Test batsman Marcus North has sprung a surprise by announcing his retirement from Australian domestic cricket at the age of 34 and after a season in which he was named Sheffield Shield Player of the Year

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