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England have counterpunched hard after the Australian pace attack broke their bats and helmets but not their resolve on a fast day-one pitch in the third Test at the WACA Ground. At last the English batting clicked as Dawid Malan posted his maiden Test England forced to work hard for their considerable first-day gains at AshesMalan hits ton as England bats fireThe Ashes: Dawid Malan century keeps England's faint Ashes hopes alive at WACA
The pace. The bounce. It was all there for the third Test as England's batsmen survived then thrived on day one. Sam Ferris, at the WACA Ground 14 December 2017. facebook; twitter; whatsapp · social mail. To commemorate the final Magellan Ashes Test at Ashes under a cloud after Sun 'exposes' dodgy bookiesEditorial: Cricket needs good watchmenAshes furore: breaking what is not fixed?
Lleyton Hewitt is coming out of retirement to play doubles at next month's Australian Open. The former world number one officially called it quits after his home grand slam in 2016 but returned to the court twice more last year in Davis Cup and at Lleyton Hewitt to come out of retirement at the Australian OpenLleyton Hewitt to return in doubles at Australian OpenLleyton Hewitt to come out of retirement at Australian Open
A FORMER NFL Network wardrobe stylist alleges she was subjected to repeated instances of sexual harassment by retired players and network executives, including one who told her that her “a — drives me insane.” Jami Cantor, who worked at the network No agreement between NT, Federal governments over who will pay to shut Don DaleCinq à Sept pre-fall 2018
Four years ago it was Mitchell Johnson striking fear into the hearts of England, and while batsmen probably don't fear for their lives when facing Nathan Lyon, every indication is that the tweaker has similarly freaked his opponents. The offspinner is Shabby, dated, beloved: Why the WACA will always be special for WAAshes 2017: Nathan Lyon is dictating terms against England in the manner of Shane WarneIan Hart: A fine line between arrogance and confidence