Two of the most tragic events within Australian cricket in just over the past decade have involved catastrophic head injuries. Three men witnessed both.
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died in hospital, two days after he was struck in the head by a cricket ball while playing in a Sheffield Shield match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Powerful Australian trainer Chris Waller says he is incensed by rumours that he has been "poaching" horses from rival racing stables.
Cricket is but a minor issue when compared to the loss felt by Phillip Hughes' family, teammates and friends. But the sport is still the poorer for Hughes missing the chance to prove he belonged at the top level.
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died at the age of 25.
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