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Saturday Nov 29 02:28 AEDT
Kevin Pietersen. (AAP)
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen believes the Phillip Hughes tragedy will make Australia a stronger cricket team.

Allan Border. (Getty)
Allan Border says the First Test should go ahead, but it'll be up to players whether they take part.

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A-League and W-League to honour HughesThe Australian football community will honour fallen cricketer Phillip Hughes with a minute's silence at A-League and W-League games. 63 NO Forever: World mourns Phillip HughesCricket fans, veterans and everyday people across the world have joined in the mourning of young batsman Phillip Hughes. Clarke's emotional SCG visit to mourn HughesAustralian captain Michael Clarke made an emotional pilgrimage to the SCG pitch to mourn close mate Phillip Hughes only hours after his tragic passing. Hughes was destined for greatness: WaughFormer Australian cricket captain Steve Waugh says Phillip Hughes only wanted to play Test cricket for his country. Ideal for First Test to go on: TaylorFormer Australian captain Mark Taylor says cricket fans could share in the mourning of Phil Hughes if the first Test against India goes ahead next week. Phillip Hughes had won Test recallThe popular Phillip Hughes' final shot typified his cricketing approach - aggressive, positive and defiant. Family stunned by Hughes' deathPhil Hughes' family devastated by loss of son and brother. Wallabies to pay tribute to HughesThe Wallabies will wear black armbands against England on Sunday morning and have requested a minute’s silence before the match in honour of cricketer Phil Hughes. Bowler Abbott gets best wishesNSW paceman Sean Abbott, who bowled the bouncer that felled Phillip Hughes, is being supported by teammates and counsellors. India tour game cancelled, players grieveIndia and the Cricket Australia XI will not be in action at Adelaide Oval, as players mourn the desperately unlucky death of Phillip Hughes. First Test trivial as Aus cricket weepsIt is yet to be determined whether the first Test between Australia and India will go ahead, with cricketers deeply affected by the death of Phillip Hughes. Tributes flow after Hughes' deathTributes - and plenty of tears - flow for former Test batsman Phil Hughes as sporting rivalries were forgotten and political foes united. Cricket world says goodbye to HughesCricketing world says goodbye to former Australian Test batsman Phillip Hughes. Hughes tragedy halts NZ-Pakistan TestThe second day of the third Test between New Zealand and Pakistan has been abandoned after the death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes. Michael Clarke a rock in Hughes tragedyViewed as selfish just days ago, Michael Clarke has been praised as a rock for the devastated family of Phillip Hughes. Hughes killed by freak injuryPhillip Hughes was killed by a freak injury, with only 100 cases ever reported worldwide, says Australia cricket team doctor Peter Brukner. Hughes' death sweeps across MacksvilleMacksville locals have remembered Phillip Hughes as a "favourite son". Batsman Phillip Hughes dead at 25Australian cricket mourns former Test batsman Phillip Hughes who died after being hit by a bouncer two days ago. Phillip Hughes timelineIn a rollercoaster and all too short career batsman Phillip Hughes entertained and sometimes frustrated but he was always respected. Cricketer Phillip Hughes in numbersPhillip Hughes' major game stats
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