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I've another Ashes series left in me - Harris

Australia pace bower Ryan Harris has confirmed his desire play on until the 2015 Ashes series in England after the hosts took a giant stride towards sealing a 5-0 whitewash on day two of the fifth Test at the SCG.

January 4, 2014

Posted by pat_one_back on (January 6, 2014, 5:16 GMT)

Seems I was right! What a series, Eng found out, 2 bowlers and a lot of ticker short of a competitive cricket team in this country. Aust continue to improve, roll on SA!!!!

Posted by pat_one_back on (January 4, 2014, 19:38 GMT)

Will be thankful for every Test Ryno can give us, Australia can conceivably achieve No 1 on the strength of it's bowling provided Harris can remain fit for a couple of years. Batting needs a lot of improvement but this has started (Rogers, Smith, Warner) and will continue whilst our bowlers keep delivering the goods, enabling cool heads at the selection table. On my way for Day 3, what may well be the last day of this historic 5-0 Whitewash, the second of which I'll have witnessed at the SCG :)

Posted by Indiamustwin12 on (January 4, 2014, 18:42 GMT)

Yeah. Ryan is a compulsory element for the fast bowling attack of australia. He is great example how being fit after 30. Subcontinent fast bowlers should follow tht

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