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Thursday Nov 27 13:47 AEDT
Brad Haddin (L) arrives at the hospital with Aaron Finch. (Getty)
Australia's top cricketers are maintaining a bedside vigil for Phillip Hughes who continues his fight for life in an induced coma.

Varun Aaron. (Getty)
Varun Aaron has impressed in India's first tour game as the tourists ripped through the Cricket Australia XI.

Shane Watson top scored for Australia. (AAP)
Australia has secured the top ODI ranking after sneaking past South Africa in the fifth ODI.

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Sean Abbott receiving support: ACA chiefAlistair Nicholson, head of the Australian Cricketers' Association, says Sean Abbott is receiving a lot of support from teammates and counselling services. Support pours in for paceman AbbottNSW paceman Sean Abbott is being supported by teammates and counsellors in the wake of Phil Hughes' injury. Shield round abandoned after Hughes hitCricket Australia has abandoned the ongoing round of Sheffield Shield games because of Phillip Hughes' situation. Hughes' words of hope from ex-playerFormer West Indian batsman Phil Simmons has reached out to Phillip Hughes and Sean Abbott. New helmet may not have helped HughesThe manufacturers of cricket’s most up-to-date helmet says the latest design protective headwear may not have saved Phillip Hughes from the bouncer blow that has left him fighting for his life. The worst cricketing injuriesPhillip Hughes' injury has devastated the cricketing world but there is a long history of incidents involving short balls. I hope Hughes is as lucky as me: SimmonsEx-West Indies allrounder Phil Simmons hopes Phillip Hughes is as lucky as he was when he made a speedy recovery from a serious head injury. Rules debated, but bouncer blow is rarePhillip Hughes' induced coma is a reminder of the incredible risks of batting, but also how rare such incidents are. Hughes still fighting for his lifePhillip Hughes continues to fight for his life after being struck in the head by a bouncer at the SCG on Tuesday. Rethink on helmet design expected: expertsA biomechanics expert says improvements in helmet design will not necessarily protect batsmen. NSW players meet after Hughes' accidentThe NSW cricket side have met to ensure they are being properly supported in the wake of Phillip Hughes' life-threatening injuries. Social media reacts to Phillip HughesPast and present cricketers from around the world have taken to social media to express their support for stricken NSW batsman Phillip Hughes. Aussie cricket greats rally around HughesAustralian cricket great Shane Warne is one of many sending their thoughts to both Phillip Hughes and Sean Abbott. Phillip Hughes set for more scans after 'bullet-like hit'Phillip Hughes is to undergo further scans today as he fights for his life in an induced coma in a Sydney hospital. Hughes in thoughts of NZ cricketersSkipper Brendon McCullum says the Black Caps' thoughts are with Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, in a critical condition after being struck by the ball. England in shock over Hughes injuryEngland captain Alastair Cook has expressed his support for Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who remains in a critical condition in hospital. WA looking to press home advantage v VicWA will be looking to build on the solid foundation they laid on day one of their Shield clash against Victoria when play resumes at the MCG on Wednesday. Kenya to visit Pakistan for cricket tourKenya will play five one day matches against a Pakistan A side in Lahore next month. Hughes' 2009 feats hard to forgetPhillip Hughes has been a somewhat divisive figure among the public, but in Australian cricket cirlces he is well liked and well respected. Shield players deal with Hughes newsQueensland coach Stuart Law is not sure how news of Phillip Hughes' serious head injury will affect players' mindset in remaining Shield fixtures.
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