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Adam Gilchrist is an Australian cricketer. He plays for the Deccan Chargers team in the Indian Premier League.

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Gilchrist hints at end of glorious playing career post Kings XI Punjab finale
Former Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist has said his participation in a Kings XI Punjab versus Delhi Daredevils game at Dharamsala on Saturday was his final cricket match as a player, but added he was keen to carry on with his coaching duties.

Ponting says putting Oz team interests ahead of himself led to his one-day demise
Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting believes that he paid the ultimate price as an international one-day player because he put the national team ahead of himself.

Wade, Lyon put Oz in commanding position against Windies in Dominica Test
Australia's rising stars Mathew Wade and Nathan Lyon performed brilliantly on day two of the final Test match against the West Indies at Dominica, to leave the visitors in driver's seat to claim the Frank Worrell Trophy.

Ex Pak cricketer Mahmood set to play in IPL after being granted Indian visa: Gilchrist
Former Pakistan all- rounder Azhar Mahmood has been granted an Indian visa and will be playing for Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier Laegue, skipper Adam Gilchrist has confirmed.

Ex Pak all-rounder Azhar Mahmood waiting for Indian visa to play in IPL
Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood is still awaiting an Indian visa to play for Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Boucher will have to wait until July to grab 1000th international scalp
South African veteran Mark Boucher would have to wait until the England series, starting in July, to become the first wicketkeeper to achieve 1 000 international dismissals.

Boucher notches up another milestone, claims 550th dismissal
South Africa's Mark Boucher became the first ever wicket keeper to claim 550 dismissals in Test cricket, as he achieved this magnificent milestone during the second Test match against the Kiwis in Hamilton.

Record chasing Bresnan desperate to help England win Test matches again
England fast bowler Tim Bresnan could be on his way to break the world record of playing the maximum Test matches without losing any of them.

Warner urged to adopt Gilchrist's 'carefree batting approach' to overcome form slump
David Warner has been urged to adopt Adam Gilchrist's carefree approach to batting in the wake of his luke-warm performance in the ongoing one-day tri series featuring India and Sri Lanka besides the home team.

Australian skipper Clarke eyes number one position in ICC Test Rankings
Australian skipper Michael Clarke, who led his team to a superb victory against India in the Perth Test, today expressed confidence that his side would be number one in Test rankings.

Swami Army's provocative chants target Siddle, Haddin
The Swami Army primarily targeted Peter Siddle and Brad Haddin during the first day of the second Test at the SCG on Tuesday.

Tendulkar's role in "Monkeygate" scandal still haunts Oz players
The cricket world is abuzz with anticipation that Sachin Tendulkar will score his 100th international century during the second Test in Sydney, but some Australian players are still haunted by the Little Master's role in the Andrew Symonds "Monkeygate" scandal.

Bresnan, No.1 Test side England's lucky charm
Tim Bresnan, who was once dismissed as a chubby lad, has rapidly gained credence as an authentic international all-rounder and lucky charm for England, as his team has now won all 10 Tests he has played.

Guts and talent don't need coaching: Ex-Test batsman Bruce Francis
Former Australian Test batsman Bruce Francis is of the view that players who are talented and have guts to take on the opposition, don't need to be coached or guided on how to play.

Ex-Oz pacer Rodney Hogg reveals his ten best batting greats
Former Australian fast bowler Rodney Hogg still rates West Indian batting great Vivian Richards as the best batter he has confronted at the international level.

Haddin's focus on return to form, expresses disappointment over Paine's untimely injury
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin says stand-bye keeper Tim Paine's untimely injury is disappointing, but irrelevant in terms of his own poor form. He maintained that the only pressure he feels to succeed comes from himself.

India, Australia evenly poised for series down under: Gilchrist
Former Australian batsman and wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist, here in Bangalore, has opined that India and Australia are evenly poised ahead of their three month long tussle Down Under.

Ponting should play on, critics should back off: Symonds, Gilchrist
Former Test stars Adam Gilchrist and Andrew Symonds say Ricky Ponting's critics should back off and have urged their former skipper to extend his career beyond his 37th birthday by batting on against India.

Christian could be next Test model off T20 production line
New South Wales-born Dan Christian could be the third Australian cricketer in as many Tests and the fourth this year to receive the coveted baggy green after making a name for himself in the Twenty20 form of the game.

Vulnerable Oz team is in transition phase, says Ali Bacher
Former South African cricket chief Ali Bacher feels that the current Australian team led-by Michael Clarke is vulnerable and can be easily thrashed by South Africa in the ongoing two-Test series.

Clarke wants 'match-winner' Haddin to continue playing his natural game
Australian captain Michael Clarke says that he is happy for struggling wicketkeeper Brad Haddin to continue playing ambitiously in his search for top form.

Oz keeper Haddin poised to record 2000 Test runs, 1000 dismissals
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin turns 34 today and is poised to record 2000 Test runs and 1000 dismissals.

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