Moises Henriques

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All round, Moises Henriques is rapt at Test recall

Jesse Hogan Moises Henriques expresses his delight at being given a chance to resume his Test career.

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Moises Henriques not the right choice for South African tour

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Dean Jones Australia’s selectors have done a good job this summer. Scheduling by Cricket Australia was good and the preparation for the players to nail England early was well planned and executed.

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Moises Henriques ready if Test call comes

Moises Henriques.

All-rounder doesn't expect to play, but he has prepared as if he will.

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Moises Henriques ranks Sheffield Shield final above Tests

Moises Henriques rates this week's final for NSW against Western Australia as the most important match of his career.

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Moises Henriques labels Shield final most important game of his career

Moises Henriques trains at Manuka Oval on Thursday.

Lee Gaskin He's represented Australia, but Moises Henriques labels the Sheffield Shield final as the most important game of his career.

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NSW's Moises Henriques hits out in Sheffield Shield final

David Barbeler NSW and Test squad all-rounder Moises Henriques has counter-punched Western Australia's fightback in the Sheffield Shield final with a classy 73 not out at lunch on day two to put his side back in...

Moises Henriques' century puts NSW in box seat

NSW all-rounder Moises Henriques has hit a century in the "most important game of his career" to deliver Western Australia a crushing blow in the Sheffield Shield final in Canberra.

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Moises Henriques, Josh Hazlewood put NSW in box seat

Three quick wickets to Josh Hazlewood and a classy ton from Moises Henriques deliver a killer one-two blow to Western Australia's Sheffield Shield title hopes.

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Moises Henriques and Josh Hazlewood prove winning combination with bat and ball

Josh Hazlewood, second from right, celebrates one of his three wickets.

Lee Gaskin Only a miracle will save Western Australia from a heavy defeat in the Sheffield Shield final.

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Moises Henriques at last becomes the here-and-now man with powerful Sheffield Shield return

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Andrew Wu Moises Henriques has been the Everywhere Man, Nearly Man and Nowhere Man rolled into one this season but on Sunday he unleashed two months of pent-up rage against South Australia by blasting a...

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Shane Watson gets hat-trick in IPL loss

Shane Watson.

A hat-trick to skipper Shane Watson was not enough to stop the Rajasthan Royals from suffering a 32-run loss to Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League.

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All-rounder James Faulkner named Australia A captain

All-rounder James Faulkner has been endorsed as a future candidate for Test captaincy after being named skipper of Australia A.

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For Australia and South Africa, rust never sleeps after limited preparations

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Malcolm Knox In times of year-round international cricket, the least-expected problem for players in a marquee Test series is rust.

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Dean Elgar spearheads South Africa's second-Test recovery on day one

Mitchell Johnson

Jesse Hogan Cakewalk of Centurion is over for Australia's bowlers, with recalled batsman spearheading South Africa's recovery from another poor start.

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Pace workload might prompt Watson recall

Shane Watson.

Jesse Hogan All-rounder may be needed because of toil imposed on specialist seamers in second Test.

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Australia must score heavily in the first innings if it is to win the series against South Africa, says opener Chris Rogers

Kyle Abbott

Jesse Hogan In the past 12 months, Australia has reached 300 in the first innings in less than half its 15 Tests.

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Bad luck comes at three batting for Australia

Malcolm Knox The third Test match in Cape Town will round out a period of unequalled intensity for the Australian team, a run of 23 Test matches that started 15 months ago in Brisbane.

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Test captain Michael Clarke says Australia can win World Twenty20 title

Michael Clarke looks on during an Australian nets session

Michael Clarke predicts momentum from the Test team's heroics in South Africa will transcend formats.

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Mitchell Johnson T20 prospects 'not great': Lehmann

Rob Forsaith Coach Darren Lehmann admits the chances of Mitchell Johnson spearheading Australia's attack in the Twenty20 World Cup aren't looking promising.

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Jason Behrendorff ready to test himself against NSW in Sheffield Shield final

Canberra product Jason Behrendorff has taken 57 wickets in 14 first-class matches for Western Australia.

David Polkinghorne West Australian opening bowler Jason Behrendorff hopes to put his Big Bash League-winning experience to good use in the Sheffield Shield final as his reputation starts to build.