Andrew Wu

Andrew Wu

Andrew Wu writes on cricket and AFL for The Sydney Morning Herald

Quiney stakes claim to be in Test mix

Andrew Wu Left-handed opener shows why he deserves to be in line for higher honours.

Professor turns mentor: Jones buoyed by long-awaited return

The Tonk

Andrew Wu Twenty years after he wore the baggy green for the last time, Dean Jones is back in Australia's Test set-up.

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Henriques' effort goes unrewarded by selectors failing to show up

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 24:  Moises Henriques of the Blues celebrates getting the wicket of Nathan Coulter-Nile of the Warriors during day one of the Sheffield Shield match between the New South Wales Blues and the Western Australia Warriors at Blacktown International Sportspark on January 24, 2013 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

Andrew Wu MOISES HENRIQUES deemed NSW's Sheffield Shield match important enough to warrant catching an 11th-hour flight - but not so national selectors, none of whom were present to witness the final audition...

Not rocket science, old mate

Shane Warne.

Andrew Wu Shane Warne would be accused of handing jobs to the boys if he was in charge of the hiring and firing at Cricket Australia.

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Warne's rapid review looks after old-guard

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Andrew Wu Shane Warne would be accused of handing jobs to the boys if he was in charge of the hiring and firing at Cricket Australia.

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Mystery pitch keeps Beer in the mix

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Andrew Wu, Port of Spain The Queen's Park Oval wicket is stained with diesel, carries a ridge at one end and earlier in the week had marks snaking across the other.

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Queasy lead-up to Dominica Test for Aussies

Andrew Wu Visiting batsmen grew accustomed to feeling shaky at the thought of facing West Indies' once lethal pace attack but Australia's cricketers will be hoping the only queasiness they feel in Dominica is...

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Hussey the Windies target

Australia's Mike Hussey, left, speaks to his coach Mickey Arthur.

Andrew Wu, Roseau, Dominica Michael Clarke might have started the series as the world's top-ranked Test batsman but it's Michael Hussey who the West Indies are sick of seeing at the crease.