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    April 05, 2005

    Brad Haddin, Shaun Tait and Stuart MacGill included in Ashes tour party

    Australia's selectors revealed a squad which was entirely predictable, with Tait, Haddin and MacGill making the test squad while the one-day side didnt have too many surprises. Darren Lehmann's exclusion now effectively means his test career is over.

    Amidst all the talk about the Ashes, lets not forget who England's first opponents are.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 11:44 AM |
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