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Andrew Hilditch


About Andrew Hilditch

Andrew Hilditch is the chairman of Australian cricket selection committee.

Professional Biography

As Chairman of Australian cricket selection committee

In February 09, he named Brad Haddin as the captain of the Australian team touring South Africa.

Andrew Hilditch in News

Katich earns respect of fellow Oz cricketers for his attitude
Former state and national teammates have described Simon Katich, who retired from first class cricket, as a player who won almost universal respect for his attitude.

Clarke, Ponting and Hussey are Australia's most bankable Test scorers
Australia's senior batsmen Michael Clarke, Ricky Ponting and Michael Hussey are the country's most bankable run scorers in the Test arena.

Mike Hussey in high spirits with recall in Oz Twenty20 squad
Michael Hussey is delighted after it was confirmed that he would be a part of the Australian Twenty20 squad for the Caribbean tour.

Ponting, Hussey and Haddin must get heroic send-offs and retire
Cricket journalist Malcolm Conn has said that former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting, middle-order batsman Michael Hussey and wicket-keeper Brad Haddin should be given heroic send-offs and be asked to quit before the axe actually falls on them.

Katich calls Inverarity to know if his name is on Boxing Day Test shortlist
Out of favour opening batsman Simon Katich has directly asked national selector John Inverarity whether he is being considered for the Boxing Day Test.

If called, Katich ready to play in Boxing Day Test
Former Australian opening batsman Simon Katich has said that he is ready to play if recalled for the Boxing Day Test match against India.

Oz off-spinner Lyon holds no fear of the Gabba
Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon, who made his Test debut three months ago, has never visited the Gabba in Brisbane, let alone bowled on its famous pace-friendly pitches, but he says he has no fear of bowling on the track against New Zealand come Thursday.

Not even ton will save Ponting: David Boon
Former Australian opener and selector David Boon has said that not even a century by Ricky Ponting in the second Test against South Africa could save him from the proverbial axe from the national squad.

Oz skipper Clarke faces catch-22 situation on Ricky Ponting: Hughes
Former Australian Test captain Kim Hughes has said that incumbent skipper Clarke could find himself caught in a catch-22 situation as Australia take on the South Africans in the second Test to be played here from today

Unapologetic Haddin knows he has to score to keep his place in Oz squad
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin regrets his reckless swish in Australia's infamous second innings in the first Test against South Africa, but is otherwise unapologetic about his form and performance on the cricket field.

Chappell denies claims of Cricket Australia's communication gap with snubbed players
Cricket Australia (CA)'s chairman of selectors Greg Chappell has denied that the outgoing selection panel had failed to communicate properly with players who get dumped from the team.

'I didn't axe Katich,' says Clarke
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke has said he had nothing to do with the axing of opener Simon Katich from the national contracted players list, and added that Katich's latest outburst were not good for the team's morale, and therefore, he wouldn't be rushing to bring him back into the national squad.

Inverarity a superb choice as Oz cricket's chief selector: Roebuck
Noted cricket columnist Peter Roebuck has welcomed the appointment of former spinner John Inverarity as chief selector for the Australian cricket team.

Outgoing CA chairman Clarke fights for Hilditch
The retiring chairman of Cricket Australia, Jack Clarke, has defended fellow Adelaide lawyer Andrew Hilditch to the bitter end, saying Australian cricket should not be judged by its Test performances alone.

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