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Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin laughs off Kevin Pietersen's comments about Canberra ahead of Big Bash League final

Lee Gaskin Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has laughed off Kevin Pietersen's derogatory rants about Canberra and is excited at the prospect of playing his first international at Manuka Oval.

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How Brad Haddin became his family's keeper

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Daniel Lane 'I didn't think about cricket, I didn't think about coming back to the game ... it was making sure Mia had the best possible chance of surviving and that our other kids could live as normal a life...

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Happy under Brad Haddin, Michael Lumb re-signs with Sydney Sixers for T20 Bash

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Andrew Wu As Brad Haddin closes in on his first Ashes triumph, a player from enemy camp has emerged as an unlikely ally for the combative Australian Test vice-captain.

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Brad Haddin in the right frame of mind for 2015 Ashes series, says Ian Healy

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 14: Brad Haddin of Australia takes the ball during day two of the Third Ashes Test Match between Australia and England at WACA on December 14, 2013 in Perth, Australia.  (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

David Polkinghorne A ''great mental state'' has Ian Healy backing Brad Haddin to keep his job behind the stumps until at least 2015 - if not beyond.

Brad Haddin as good as it gets, says Adam Gilchrist

Chris Wilson Test great Adam Gilchrist says Brad Haddin's glovework in this Ashes series is close to perfection.

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Ashes: Steve Smith leads fightback. With Brad Haddin, of course

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Chris Barrett It is easy to forget. Three years ago against England Steve Smith looked out of his depth, a half-backed international cricketer not quite sure whether he was a batsman or bowler.

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Steve Smith and Brad Haddin lead Australian fightback

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Chris Barrett Australia's destroyer-in-chief Johnson will fancy his chances of making England pay again for letting the home team off the hook.

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Rumours of Brad Haddin retirement hosed down

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Chris Barrett As rumours tend to, it started as a whisper and before long became the talk of the town.

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Familiar story as Brad Haddin hammers England at the SCG

Andrew Wu The fifth Test may only be a day old but already there is an overwhelming sense of familiarity about this game.

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Brad Haddin: Ashes heroes reclaimed Australian brand of cricket

Brad Haddin talks to spectators during a lap of honour after the Test ended.

Chris Barrett Australia is not flawless but the team has managed to camouflage its shortcomings.

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Brad Haddin tips James Faulkner for more heroics

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Alex Nicholson Brad Haddin won't be surprised if game-changing all-rounder James Faulkner makes it three match-winning innings in as many months when Australia attempt to seal the one-day international series at...

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Brad Haddin hungry for Ashes redemption

SPORT: Australian cricketers L-R Brad Hadden and Nathan Lyon at Manuka oval, Canberra.  4th SEPTEMBER 2013 .Photo by MELISSA ADAMS of The Canberra Times.

Lee Gaskin Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is hungry to reclaim the Ashes and believes a more settled preparation will assist the home side in regaining the treasured urn.

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Brad Haddin named in Australian one-day squad

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Australian selectors have resisted the temptation to rest injury-plagued duo Michael Clarke and Shane Watson from next month's seven-match one-day series in India, but high-profile trio David Warner,...

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Brad Haddin OK after poke in the eye from teammate

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Joe Barton There was just one thing that didn't quite go plan for George Bailey's men in Australia's convincing 72-run one-day win over India.

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Brad Haddin puts Ashes win at top of his cricket bucket list

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 12:  Brad Haddin speaks to media during the Australia Test Squad Announcement  at the National Cricket Centre on November 12, 2013 in Brisbane, Australia.  (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Chris Barrett Brad Haddin knows the pain of Ashes defeat and admits it hurts like no other. ''It does,'' he said. ''You can't hide behind that.''

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Mickey Arthur's 'insecurity' to blame for year from hell, says Brad Haddin

Brad Haddin and Micky Arthur

Chris Barrett Australia’s veteran wicketkeeper Brad Haddin says the insecurity of his predecessor, Mickey Arthur, was to blame for the extraordinary unravelling of the national team this year.

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Shocked Mickey Arthur fires back at Brad Haddin

Brad Haddin (R) speaks to coach Micky Arthur.

Chloe Saltau Sacked coach Mickey Arthur has returned fire at Australian vice-captain Brad Haddin, describing the veteran's scathing critique of his regime as a cheap shot and his presence in the Test team as...

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Ashes 2013 First Test Day One: Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson rescue Australia from the brink

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Michael Chammas Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson have both produced half centuries to rescue Australia from a dire position in the first Test of the Ashes series in Brisbane.

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Brad Haddin stands and delivers for Australia in the first Ashes Test

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Malcolm Knox Cricketing beauty, like the other forms, is in the eye of the beholder, but I'm happy to declare that the prettiest Australian batsman of the current era is Brad Haddin.

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Ashes 2013: Brad Haddin happy not to be facing Mitchell Johnson

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Chris Barrett A fearsome Mitchell Johnson was bowling as fast as 155km/h at the Gabba, veteran Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin says.

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