David Hussey & Cricket Australia

David John Hussey (born 15 July 1977) is an Australian cricketer. Hussey is a right-handed batsman and can also bowl right-arm offbreaks. Cricket Australia, formerly known as the Australian Cricket Board, is the governing body for professional and amateur cricket in Australia. 5.0/5

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For all you Aussie Cricket followers, we have received an awesome donation this afternoon! An autographed cricket bat (No.CA9007*) by the Australian squad selected for the 2013 Commonwealth Bank Series against Sri Lanka (including letter of authenticity) PLUS a Cricket Australia polo shirt (size M). Signatures include: Mitchell Johnson, George Bailey, Aaron Finch, Brad Haddin, Phillip Hughes, David Hussey, Glenn Maxwell, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc amongst many others. A big Team Sophie shout-out goes to Darren Fullerton & Michael Hoogendyk for organizing this Silent Auction item for Sophie's Fundraiser! Looking forward to seeing who the luck winner will be on this fantastic item! Much Love, Team Sophie xxx
Cricket Australia have confirmed that Aaron Finch, John Hastings, Joe Burns and Alister McDermott have been released from Australia A duties, and are available for selection for their respective states in tomorrow's Ryobi Cup Final between Victoria and Queensland. They will return to the Australia A squad for Friday's final game vs the England Lions. The Ryobi Cup Final is being played at the MCG, Fox Sports 3 will have live coverage from 2pm AEDT, as will ABC Radio in Victoria and Queensland. Game starts at 2.15pm AEDT. Tickets for adults is $10, $5 for kids, so get down to the G' and have a look !! Victorian squad: Cameron White (c), Fawad Ahmed, Aaron Finch, Peter Handscomb, John Hastings, Michael Hill, David Hussey, Clint McKay, Darren Pattinson, Rob Quiney, Chris Rogers and Will Sheridan. Queensland squad: James Hopes (c), Joe Burns, Peter Forrest, Cameron Gannon, Ryan Harris, Chris Hartley, Nathan Hauritz, Alister McDermott, Greg Moller, Michael Neser, Luke Pomersbach and Nathan Reardon. NH
See email below from a relaible source: caught up with my mate (brother in law of mike hussey) and got some pretty interesting info ok, there has been alot of talk around the attitude of Michael Clarke for years, he is a selfish wnker. Mike apparantly was promised at a minimum two one dayers in the ODI series, in Perth, he was promised this on the back of "best available" talk. It is probably worth mentioning that alot of the players are a bit scared of clarke in terms of the fact that he is a selector now, so they avoid trying to pss him off. Anyways at some point clarke called mike over (after the end of play) and asked if he could have a word. In this discussion he told mike that he wouldnt be playing because they were "looking to the future" mike asked about best available side and all that sht and clarke said "you can have a lap of honor before we play the ODI in Perth" to whihc mike told him to shove his lap up his as. Cricket Australia didnt want to announce the axing but certain members of the hus ...
Cricket Australia's National Selection Panel today announced a 13-man squad for the first two Commonwealth Bank ODI matches against the West Indies. The Australian squad for the first and second matches is: Michael Clarke (Capt) George Bailey Ben Cutting Xavier Doherty Aaron Finch Moises Henriques Phillip Hughes Mitchell Johnson Glenn Maxwell Clint McKay Mitchell Starc Matthew Wade David Warner Aaron Finch comes into the side, replacing David Hussey as the onlymajor change to the ODI squad, that drew the series against Sri Lanka. “The National Selection Panel (NSP) was delighted with the ODI team’s impressive win against Sri Lanka in Hobart on Wednesday, inparticular with Phillip Hughes’ well-crafted innings and the bowling of Xavier Doherty and Moises Henriques," National Selector John Inverarity said. “There were concerns, however, with the team’s batting performances during the series when the conditions were conducive to swing bowling, conditions that were beautifully exploited by Nuwan Kula ...
Shane Warne's status as Australian cricket's premier showman won't be devalued despite his ban and fine for a physical clash with Marlon Samuels in a domestic Twenty20 match. Cricket Australia's chief executive has virtually written off Sunday's incident — which involved Warne tugging at Samuels' shirt and using obscene language and the West Indian allrounder hurling his bat — as a heat-of-the-moment flare up that likely will generate more interest in the Big Bash League. Warne was suspended for one match and fined $4,500 after being found guilty of three of the four misconduct charges arising from the confrontation during Melbourne derby between the Stars and Renegades, attended by a domestic-cricket-record crowd. Warne complained about the severity of the sanction following a hearing on Monday but didn't appeal the ban, which rules him out of Melbourne Stars' must-win match against Sydney Thunder on Tuesday. The 43-year-old legspinner, captain of the Stars, was found guilty of making "inappropriate ...
Cricket Australia resolve payment row; announce new list of ...
CRICKETER David Hussey is being sued by his former sports management agency for more than $300,000 over alleged breaches of his contract to pay a slice of his earnings in the Indian Premier League, a commission on his Cricket Australia contract and apparel and equipment sales.
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